Jericho (Freedom Worship)

What’s up, fam?!

I’m so happy to drop in and FINALLY (only because I’m a slacker and didn’t post about it) tell you about the track I got to work on with the incredibly talented group of people over at Freedom Worship. Back in May, my good buddy over at Starscream Studio tossed me this track to play bass on and, already having worked with the Freedom peeps in the past, I quickly obliged.

Now, interesting story is that I had recently built a portable rack setup for recording, composing, and mixing on the road so I got to put this to use in…well, a natural location. More specifically, the woods in the foothills of the North GA mountains. Take a peek –

The song, which actually released back in August, is called Jericho. You can find it on Spotify and Apple Music. Definitely give their accounts a follow because they are going to be pushing out a lot more music in the upcoming weeks and months. Check them out on the socials, too – Instagram, TikTok.

Here’s my celebratory IG reel with some pics from the release party.

Also, don’t forget to hit up my guys over at Starscream. If you need live or studio engineering, recording, or anything else, they are the ones to call.

In The WERKS

Fam!

I hope you are all having a fantastic start to your fall! I know it’s hard to keep things positive right now, but you got this! You’re freaking awesome.

As for me, I’m happier than a puppy with…never mind. The pandemic has been crazy for everyone. And, almost all of my live event work – as you can imagine – has turned into studio, video, and podcast work. I’ve been on both sides of the camera (hint hint at an upcoming YouTube series) and both sides of the mic and I gotta say, I have really enjoyed it.

I’ve also been playing and writing a lot. I’m about two-thirds of the way through the writing process for an album of meditation/study music and have been writing and recording with an old friend for a project we hope to release soon.

Short of the long, I’ve packed in a lot of music over the last couple months. Like aging wine, soon enough these projects will be ready to jump off their respective shelves and slap you in the face with awesome.

If you haven’t already, head on over to Insta and Twitter and hit those follow buttons! See you there!