The last few months have been a whirlwind. Between writing a lot of music for clients (including some fun orchestral stuff, cheesy rock and techno, and a little bit of salsa), having another child, and repairing a house that is … Continue reading →
About a year ago I wrote a song called “Time Machine” for the Bushwick Book Club inspired by 2 books, “The Shining” by Stephen King, and “The TIme Machine” by HG Wells. I went into it thinking about why a … Continue reading →
For the March show with The Bushwick Book Club Seattle, we wrote music inspired by “The Watchmen”. It was a fantastic book, and I had an idea for a song about a superhero who is getting too old to fight. … Continue reading →
EDIT: Updated song, now with 400% more claps and background vocals! Also, totally free to download! Exclamation points!!! I’ll be playing a show tomorrow with the Bushwick Book Club Seattle. A small group of us will be playing songs inspired … Continue reading →
Victory music recently posted an article about the Bushwick Book Club. It features some of my photo’s from past shows, and includes comments from many of the performers, myself included. It is an interesting view on the event, including how … Continue reading →
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For the May Bushwick Book Club show, I wrote two songs based off of the book “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!”. Recently I had some time, and recorded the slower of the two songs. This was inspired by the end … Continue reading →
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Here are some photo’s from the May performance of the Bushwick Book Club. I didn’t get any of myself while I was performing, but all of the other performers are represented here, as well as the host and the guest … Continue reading →
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Here are some photo’s from the April performance of the Seattle Bushwick Book Club. The performers all wrote pieces based on “The Time Travelers Wife”. It was a great show, and if you are in the Seattle area, you should … Continue reading →