Sebastopol house concert & workshop

I’m happy to say that I’ll be making a rare solo show & workshop appearance in the San Fransisco Bay Area soon. I’m even happier to say that I’ll be doing so alongside Inga Swearingen, who is utterly awesome and inspiring to me. This is about as intimate of a setting as it gets, someone’s […]

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The “Whole A Cappella Enchilada” Discount

The Holiday Season is upon us, and this year I thought I’d join in on the fun by offering my entire a cappella discography for hugely discounted price. It’s always been only $10 bucks to download my most recent album, but now for $15 USD you’ll get: Could Love (One Mouth Band studio album, nominated for […]

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Fall in with The Elements this Autumn

The Elements have taken some time off pursue independent projects, but are reassembling in September to perform, teach, heal, & record! We start by returning to The Rose Labyrinth in Berkeley next Friday from 7:30 to 9pm (doors open at 7pm). This was the site of our very first public performance, and we’re really excited to provide […]

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Keeping it real while going digital (Part 2, To CD or Not to CD)

In my last post, we looked at an issue facing working musicians today: Should you make CDs just because you’re making a new album? Everybody’s different, so we asked a few questions to clarify how things are working right now, and the financial & emotional impacts of such a decision. Let’s look at how to proceed with that […]

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To CD, or not to CD…?

Should you make CDs just because you’re making a new album? Or, as my marvelously talented & beautiful friend Badi Assad recently asked me, “would it really matter to distribute an album in its physical form nowadays?”  I’ve explored this question for myself, my Dad, and dozens of other professional and semi-professional musician friends over the last […]

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