Years ago, I was lucky enough to record some tracks with friends in various incarnations of bands. These groups have long since disbanded but luckily we recorded the songs and I have managed to keep these recordings.  I figured since I have been in a music kick as of late I would share some of those tunes with you all here.   I hope you like them.

The first one is called How Many Sunsets.   It is a song about realizing that you have a finite time on this Earth and appreciating what you have.


Our next entry is Alcoholic Lettuce.   This was one of the first songs I worked on with a band that has long since broke up.  The lyrics were based on my mishearing someone at a grocery store.  It became this song.



Supercoma King is my tribute to Kurt Cobain and my formative years in the 90’s.


This next one is a tribute to George Harrison and I always thought in needed a Sitar somewhere in it.


This was the first recording from the first band I was in called Werboten.  I miss those days a lot.


and finally, Our very first concert on live radio. recorded from the radio in fact!



So there you go,  I hope you enjoyed them!

Special thanks to all the people that played the music while I sang,  Lucas Ponce, Clint Graff, Zach Eisley, Jason Rossignol, Jerry Cappadona and many more.   You guys will always be brothers wherever you all are.

Thank you for reading (and listening),  If you would like to read more, please check out my Key Movies Of My Life post that comes out every Thursday and also the ongoing Retro TV Review featuring Star Trek the Next Generation.

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