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Once all the dust settles, I get thinking. Then I get writing. This is my no-holds-barred space to give it to you straight. I’m grateful to have you stop by to read the blog ‘cause I’ve gotten into documenting. Whatever it may be, you’ll find it here. All about my projects and collaborations, the stories I hear, the struggles we all face. Life is a lesson in everything. I’ll say hi from the road while I’m on tour too and I’d love hear from you, too.

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Intuition and Expectation

The exhausted tale of how I would load up a side-satchel and hit the streets with an album I borrowed two thousand dollars to make has become a prevalent story in my mythology. The door-to-door hustle that lasted half a decade moved over ten thousand copies of the...

Innovate and Diversify

Innovate & Diversify I set the timer on my phone for ten minutes and close my eyes. I've been graced with a rare moment devoid of multiple engines howling at once. A thirty-foot auger, a John Deere 4020, and a Chevy tandem grain truck have steadied the flow of...

Underpasses, Overpasses and a Moment of Clarity

I approach extended drives, at this point, with a certain structure and with the last 9 weeks consisting of multiple twenty-plus-hour treks, the mental development is becoming somewhat scientific. Rarely do I enjoy music on miniature journeys as such. It's a quick...

“Pretty Good Guy”

A smooth talking devil of the nightlife, an early morning coffeecup in hand, he'll exercise his freedom of expression and won't back down once he takes his stand As you've probably picked up by this point, I have a concept record on my hands. How it came together and...

A Humble Thank You to The Hag

Death is beautiful. With the numerous passings of musical icons in the past few months, I felt my respects were best paid in silence. Resisting from a passing tweet or Facebook post but truly giving a few minutes to the appreciation for their lifelong dedication to...

The Ladies Have Us Covered

The arrogance and dividing efforts were displayed in spades last May when radio consultant, Keith Hill used the painfully weak metaphor of a tossed salad to provide an unsolicited opinion on how to "fix" your radio ratings. I could get behind the usage of the term...

The Mammoths of Kyle, Saskatchewan

On a fall day in 1964, amidst road construction 5 km outside the rural village of Kyle, Saskatchewan, a scraper blade unearthed what was to be a major historical discovery. As the southwest corner of the province boasts home to fossils ranging back 70 million years;...

Tracker Troubles and The Story of Two Bulls

In an enlightening move, a prominent Canadian country radio Music Director took to his personal blog last night in effort of calling a spade a spade. With all facets of the machine so closely interdependent, it was quite admirable for Mike McGuire of Big Dog 92.7...

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