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I’ve Got a Thing for You

SINGLE • 2019

Let’s Never Break Up

SINGLE • 2019

Like That

EP • 2018

5-song EP of Americana-flavored Roots Rock tunes recorded with producer John McVey and a seriously talented bunch of folks. Nick Forster and Christian Teele from eTown played lead guitar and drums, respectively. On bass was Paul McDaniel and on keys Eric Moon. The exquisite Jessica DeNicola added magical vocals, and Jim Wilson mastered the whole thing.

Caught

SINGLE • 2018

How Easy It Is

ALBUM • 2012

Self-recorded collection of songs, and my first full-length solo album.

The title track “How Easy It Is” won the Pop/Rock category of the Durango Songwriter’s Expo “Write with a Hit Maker” contest.

Features Carl Sorensen on drums (all tracks) and James Jacoby on tuba (“How Easy It Is”).

What She Did

EP • 2009

Recorded with Eric Shiveley, featuring Bret Billings on harp (“Baby Don’t Care”).

“Wonderful” scored runner-up in the 2009 Durango Songwriter’s Expo “Write with a Hit Maker” contest.

The music video for “That’s What She Did to Me” (above) uses the short-lived moniker “The Dangsayers”.

What Was That EP?

EP • 2008

Recorded with Eric Shiveley, featuring Rachel Simring on vocals. “Bridges Burned” and “What Was That Song?” are re-recordings of songs from the Rachel & Andy acoustic duo album.

“Flexia” and “Moonlight Sonata” were recorded for film projects that never came to fruition.

A Tour of the White House

ALBUM • 2003

Inheritage.org produced a series of animated vignettes for the White House Historical Association, and I composed & recorded a suite of piano and string pieces for them.

The tour is no longer online, but it ran for almost ten years and made Forbes’ Best of the Web several times.