My musical gifts are relatively narrow in scope, and as such, no one should realistically bother singling me out for special virtuosity in any straightforward way. My work is more about “feel” and “emotion” than technique, or compositional concept, or craft. I’ve worked moderately hard at it and have had middling success — more so than I ever should have expected.
My efforts aren’t very widely known. However, my work has, over time, received radio airplay and garnered a loyal (if sparse) audience — from the Baltic States to Australia and various points in between (across North America). So, I guess, someone else out there likes it. And I have played concerts to appreciative audiences in five western U.S. states.
If you’ve read this far, perhaps you might navigate around to listen to some of the music, or videos. “Weird, but interesting!” that could sum me up artistically or musically . . . and I am perfectly happy with that. My good friend Jeff Kaiser, once told me of someone’s definition of Art as being little more than children playing on a mudbank and calling out to show their mud pies to one another.
Thanks for visiting!