Three Months

As many of you know, I have been making music for going on 10 years now. I don't have too much to show for that but I've realized over the last few years I truly love to make music. It can be a pain in the ass sometimes but in the end I have fun making it. I've lost the ambition to try and "make it" simply because I know I don't have a chance and because I think it would take all the fun out of it. I just like making music. It's fun. It's refreshing. I can be me and I can be someone totally different. I think this is like the third post now regarding this "coming soon" project titled "Positive Vibrations". The project was started almost three years ago during the making of my first album "Walk With Me" (which is available for free download). My good friend David aka Positive ID is the man behind the mixer making all the beats for the project while I'm the one writing the rhymes on my electronic notepad. Through out the last few years life has just not allowed us to connect and get this thing recorded. Well, things changed this last Spring and we've been at it for our third attempt and making some serious progress.

Ladies and gentlemen, I present "Three Months".  I know I probably missed my mark with the weather but what the hell. If you love it and want to put it on your ipod then go here, and download it for free! Spread the word!

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The Beginning Wrap Up.

Thanks again to everyone who came out and supported me at my art show last month. It was a great turn out and I sold way more than I was expecting. It also helped me realize that people want to buy my prints and I need to step that side of my business up! If you didn't get a chance to make it out, here is a video of the space and set up.

I had my buddy Dan Miller (who lacks a good link so you have to friend him on Facebook) photograph the event so I wouldn't have to worry about lugging around my camera for the evening. Thanks to Dan for the great shots! Here is a slideshow of what Dan saw through his lens.

Lastly, I wanted to give the freedom of photography to all my supporters who came out that night. I did this by putting disposable cameras down titled "Pick me up, snap a pic, put me down." Here is a slideshow of what you guys shot that evening. Awesome job by the way!

Once again, THANK YOU to everyone who came out to show me love that night. It was truly amazing and has really kicked my year off to a great start. You guys are awesome!