The Singles Series: “Invisible” – Electric Guitar, Piano, Bongos, Conga & Triangle

Funkytown Studio, guitar, bass drums, velvet pants, plaid suit, long hair, Tamla drums

Transparent recording process reveals all. I’ve known John Fields a long time. It’s a friendship that veers between collaboration, BBQ, the camaraderie of our same-aged daughters, and our passion for the great music. With long-time relationships, comes funny stuff. Truth becomes unavoidable. Walls come down. And elephants in the room suddenly begin screaming. He and […]

Read More

Share this:
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Tumblr

Willie Wisely Trio Get Back: A True Reunion

Great Review of “True” and Interview by Maine’s Discerning DJ/Critic Mike Dow. From the opening chords of “Kiss Her and Make it Right” on “True,” their first album in 18 years, you’re drawn into the wonderful world of managed chaos that is the Willie Wisely Trio – a fierce foursome that are as comfortable cooking […]

Read More

Share this:
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Tumblr

Rock The Playground – Sat., June 16

“She” and “Turbosherbet” producer (and old friend) John Fields joins me for a rumble on the playground. Nestled in our rough-hewn Laurel Canyon neighborhood is the gem of the Los Angeles Unified School District: Wonderland Avenue School. With my two kids there next year, I’m psyched to be performing at the annual “Rock The Playground” […]

Read More

Share this:
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Bookmarks
  • Tumblr