After college I became interested in recording. Started to accumulate some percussion instruments, bought a bass, learned to mic amplifiers and I just kept on experimenting with my sound. Eventually, I picked up a 1950s Valco, Supro Comet and it became an instant source of inspiration. Capturing the sound of that amazing little amp became a passionate hobby of mine. I don't chop my tracks up to get to the perfect performance, I record everything from beginning to end to get a natural vibe.
I describe my sound as soulful roots rock with a heavy early blues influence. When it comes to gear, the older the better. I'm not into using tons of pedals to get to a sound, but often prefer going clean.
I just released my latest effort 'A Life That's Mine' written, recorded, and mixed mountain-side in northern Utah. Special thanks to friends @aaronspaceandtime for the well placed keys, and @steelvaportrails for the masterful mastering. enjoy. 🏔🦌