I've been blessed to have the opportunity to play many types of music with many different players. Though mostly leaning toward vocal rock and folk rock sounds.
Beatles and Stones to Eagles and U2 early influences.
I write on acoustic guitar mostly lately and some piano as well -
I had early experience in the studios of the south ie Florida ,Georgia and Alabama
So some southern rock kinda crept in there as well ....
But for now I am writing songs with Mark Miller in San Diego Ca. we have this Southern California / La Mesa thing going see where it takes us it seems to be developing nicely.. Thanks for listening -Dan
So in Love
In your Arms
We did this live recording a few summers ago in a hotel room
" sounds from room 225"
Waitin on Irma
We were watching the storm progress on the weather Channel
To pass the time i had him play the Kora- an African harp- on this track i was working on
A different sound
simple production -two guitars rhythm track and vocal
So here we go...................
Something about the rain
Set myself Free
Two worlds away
quite young - after many years they were re-united in Denver
first time for love
Magic in the moonlight
This tune feels very appropriate for our times in this country and the world
Tell me what to say
Streets of the city
I call this 'acoustic blue eyed soul"
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1: What artist would you most love to work with?
Jackson Browne would be an honor
2: What instrument brings you the most joy?
3: What was the worst advice?
To go on the road at an early age
4: What was your first concert?
5: What/where is the best road food?
Mr, Biggs -Augusta Maine
6: What’s the best music advice you ever got?
When you start a song -everybody come in "like you mean it"
7: Who is your most surprising inspiration?
My band mate David -his mother was the driving force behind our early efforts