A couple Saturday’s ago I had the pleasure of performing a concert at a beautiful place in Cincinnati for a good friend, Bart and his friends. We ended up calling it “Bart’s Place”. This is a video captured from that night of Somethin In The Water. More to come within the next few weeks!
Here's a lil sneak peek of the MAGIC that goes on in the studio.
I don't mean to brag but... I'm pretty talented... :p
"I Hate People." It's something I catch myself saying every day, and don't try to fool me—I know you say it too! It's also the title of the new single from my album The Attic, and I'm stoked to be able to share my new video for it with you. So while I may hate people every now and then, if you watch, like, or share my new video ... I'll love you. http://bit.ly/2cDSus7
Check out some behind-the-scenes photos from my music video for I Hate People!
It took me a few days to be okay with writing about the recent events that have taken place. Whether or not you agree with LGBT rights, I feel like we can all agree on that fact that it's WAY too damn easy for people to access assault weapons which were made for one purpose; taking multiple lives in the shortest amount of time possible.
Had a lot of fun w/ this lil ditty about #RedNoseDay w/ the help of some awesome furry & not-so-furry friends! Celebrate & be silly w/ me tonight while watching NBC #RedNose #RedNoseDayUSA #savethechildren
Every record has a skeleton. The core sound that lifts and holds the rest of the project together. The skeleton of The Attic was crafted by myself, Brian Fullen (percussion/drums) and Dow Tomlin (bass). When I sat down with my producer Kim, we decided to approach the recording of the album the same way my heroes did in the past; James Taylor, Jim Croce, Michael Jackson, etc.