Welcome! This site exists to hopefully provide some joy in your listening atmosphere today. I love to create acoustic-based music (however lately I've been getting more into rock and roll), both vocal and instrumental.
Whether your intent is to find something to help facilitate your worship time (yes, I'm a follower of Yeshua), or just to chill and listen, I hope you like what you hear.
I picked up the guitar at the age of 8. Initially I studied classical guitar; later on I attempted to absorb the nylon-string sounds of Earl Klugh, the steel-string acoustic wizardry of Phil Keaggy and the incredible jazz chops of the late Joe Pass.
In 1997 I moved to Colorado to edit Fingerstyle Guitar Magazine, where I met smooth jazz icon Russ Freeman of the Rippingtons, and with whom I played the opening duet on the song "Under a Spanish Moon" on the Topaz album.
I'd love to hear your comments - you can shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. And I won't put you on my newsletter list unless you request it. Suggestions welcome!