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A Recap of Variety!

I have always been encouraged to be flexible and versatile.  It suits me as I have a wide variety of interests and tastes.  At the end of the day, I’m happy if I can make someone feel better through using … Continue reading

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The Mustangos debut Saturday!

Hi friends, I just wanted to take a moment to invite you to come listen to my music this Saturday night because it will be the first time with my brand new band!  We’re called The Mustangos and it is … Continue reading

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Acoustic Interaction

Good morning fans! When I set out to make music, I think I knew how much I love moving people and making people feel. I like making people’s lives better and every little bit I can do to help. That’s … Continue reading

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It’s the Jeffs!

I’m happy to share I’ve been with The Jeffs for an entire year now!  We’ve played everything from a variety show to massive corporate party to giant outdoor festivals.  In addition to the great gigs, rehearsals are full of camaraderie … Continue reading

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Happy 2016 – Yes, It’s Been Great!

As we wind down 2016 and steer our ships towards 2017, I must reach out to my fans and clients and give you a hearty thank you!  I am appreciative of the fact I now have more appealing opportunities available … Continue reading

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Lots of Studio Work Lately

Hi friends!  I hope to have lots of new music to share with you soon.  For the past few months DH Experiment has been hitting the studio and we’re coming out with a full-length album early to mid summer.  Much … Continue reading

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Pushing Through

In practicing, there are times for pushing and times for cleaning up. All productive practice comes from a clear sense of vision of what the sound is you’re hoping to achieve. Sometimes it takes building strength and other times it … Continue reading

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Music Requires Self

Lately I’ve pondered how it is possible that the same musical composition can sound so vastly unique when performed by different performers.  For example, one person conveys deep profundity through a simple composition while the same piece sounds simplistic and … Continue reading

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Pausing Time

I am often asked, “don’t you get nervous?”  In short, no – unless I am horribly unprepared.  Therefore I prepare.  Even in the rare occasion it wasn’t possible to prepare, being nervous won’t help.  A musical performance is a prepared … Continue reading

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Practice Starts With P – and Practice Makes Permanent

Persistence, that is, to keep practicing. I was mostly self-taught as a child. Sure I learned how to read music through playing trumpet in the school band and singing in choirs, but I taught myself piano and guitar because the … Continue reading

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