Everyone has "it" in them. You might not know what "it" is, but you have it.
Boys of the River
Whether you're from the Country or the City... When you get to that river, lake, or party destination, one thing's for sure... PARTY TIME!!! This is how we do it on the sandbar.
Walking down a slightly beaten path that leads to who knows where, you can hear the sound of running water. As you reach the peak of a hill, you can see a sea of candles on a sandbar by a river. A blanket is stretched across the sand with a tiki torch at each of the corners. When you find that person that allows you to be who you have always dreamed of being, a free spirit emerges from the body in many different forms. Take the chains off and let's dance! Just to look at someone, see the fire in their eyes, knowing that they are truly passionate about what they are doing is priceless. Maybe you've seen this look... It truly is a rush of many different emotions to be in love... Especially to be in love with life! Be thankful for the many gifts and blessings that you discover every day.
Wherever you're going, there's more than one way to get there. This is a tune about slowing down to take the "back" way. I wrote this song while stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado in the Army. Get ready for a "Moonlit Flight"... if only in our minds.
A "lonesome dove" type inspired song. This is a story of how the power of love is the greatest type of drug there is. It will make a person do things they never thought they could do. The setting is Texas in the 1800's and is a journey of a cowboy and a few trusted buddies to get back the love of his life. It begins November and takes several years to finally find her.
The kind of Bull i'm most familiar with is the kind where a few buddies are sittin' around telling stories. However, Jumping on the back of a 1600 pound beast is what this song was based on, and in many ways be connected to natural disaster such as a hurricane... We go through hard times and tribulations on a daily basis... "It's life, Jack" as Uncle Si will say, and the thing that keep us strong is our faith. This tune is about staying on for the ride, even when times get tough, keeping faith through the journey.
We have all reached the point in a relationship where we give in or give up. No matter what direction we take, there is always a higher power that will influence the journey. Not only will it influence the journey, but it will influence our lives and eventually help shape us into the people we become. This tune exemplifies the drive to not give up, to grow stronger with learning from the past, and don’t be afraid to follow your heart and dreams.
Getting Back to Country
Country Music has been around for a long time, but the Country way of life has been around a lot longer. When I think of “Country”, I think of holding onto things passed down, going to Grandma and Grandpa’s on Sundays to watch TV and socialize as a family, playing Kick the Can with anyone who could still run, picking a guitar under an old oak tree surrounded by farm land, but more importantly ~ family. If you are a country music fan, it has more than likely influenced your life and to many, a large part of it. Country music to me is about the good stuff, telling stories, and life in general. Not making a political statement, but I would like to see Country Music take a step closer to its roots… even if only a small step.
It All Comes Back In the End
This song goes out to anyone who’s ever given good advice and who have done their best to help others get to where they are today. Sometimes life does get complicated, but if we do our best to do the right thing during those times of trial, the more likely a positive result will occur.
One More Drink
Have you ever been somewhere, doing something, and overheard the phrase… “Just one more (drink)”? Well, this song is a tale from the bar room, and the scenario that took place after saying “I think I’ll have just one more drink”!
Let's Get It On
I’ve hung around many different types of people, and this song takes me back to my college days at Texas A&M, where I lived in a ranch house (in Snook, Texas) that had a pond in front. Sit back wherever you might be with your YETI cooler filled up, and let this song take you on a ride.
I listen to this song on the plane every time I go to Mexico. I hope you enjoy. My wife and I wrote this song after a romantic dance under the moonlight at dinner in Cabo.
Taming the Wicked
I wrote this song while stationed at Fort Carson, Colorado. It speaks about conquering your inner demons in pursuit of finding your happiness.
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1: What artist would you most love to work with?
2: What is the sexiest instrument?
3: What was the worst advice?
Play for free drinks and ladies
4: What was your first concert?
5: What/where is the best road food?
6: What’s the best music advice you ever got?
Know the business side of music
7: Who is your most surprising inspiration?
my old job