I Wish I Wrote That: “Signed, Sober You” by HARDY

I love it when a song just levels me with sheer craft. Like… it’s so good, it makes me mad. But it also makes me smile. And I can’t decide whether I want to pick up a guitar or throw in the towel once and for all. Yes, when that happens you know you’ve stumbledContinue reading “I Wish I Wrote That: “Signed, Sober You” by HARDY”

Want to burn down your whole life and start all over again? I got a song for that.

BORN TO RUN (my version) 1st verse you and me baby we just got to get away cos the people round here don’t see it our way got the car all packed, no time to waste if we leave right now we could make it by daybreak i never needed anyone but you and iContinue reading “Want to burn down your whole life and start all over again? I got a song for that.”

SNEAK PEAK: New Artwork for forthcoming collection, Strange vol. 2

Dear friend and quality music enthusiast, It’s been about a year since I put out Strange vol 1, and since then I’ve collected another batch of home recordings and little demos to share with you. Some were made with a 4-track cassette recorder, others were played and sung directly into an iPhone. I am intriguedContinue reading “SNEAK PEAK: New Artwork for forthcoming collection, Strange vol. 2”

How To Kill A Country Song In 2 Steps (And 3 Years)

Country music is so pure. Somebody called it the white man’s blues, I forget who though. It’s hard to write. You have to be simple and sincere. This one took me about 3 years to write. “Go on and be with him”… that line came easy. BANG. The rest was a long and frustrating hunt.Continue reading “How To Kill A Country Song In 2 Steps (And 3 Years)”

Two Sides Of The Same Coin (An Experiment)

As a musician, there is always a balancing act. You want to make the music that makes you feel good, but you also want to create stuff that other people can enjoy. So along those lines, I’m posting two versions of the same song here. It’s called “Baby Be Mine”. These were both recorded onContinue reading “Two Sides Of The Same Coin (An Experiment)”