My band wrote this song because we needed a song to start our set. The idea came when I was driving, and a kid drove his bike slowly in front of my car. I had more than enough time to stop. The child laughed and flipped me off. I thought it was funny, the level [...]
Many people post after their first run, the first day of a diet, or when they are writing a song, and they finish one (the first in maybe six months). I'm happy that you did it, I mean that. BUT, if you're trying to master a skill, it really doesn't mean a lot if you only do that once every six months. Even once a week will not get you to where you want to go. What about posting after you've done two songs a week for 2 months?
Hello, darlings! If you haven't read the last blog post on pentatonic boxes… literally the last post I made. Well, then I'm gonna do a little self-promotion and tell you to go back a post and give me a click. Seriously though, I suggest you go back there, so everything makes sense from here on [...]
Growing up, I knew the name of every single member of my favorite bands. I could have told you about their favorite movie and what their sign was. The band was a family, and I was a second cousin in my mind. There was something sacred about that. Now I've been playing around for a [...]
How are these terms defined? Everyone has their own schedule. It is determined by open communication. Someone isn't wrong by not wanting to commit an undefined (or a schedule sculpted a little too well) amount of time.
What a peculiar year. I have a feeling we will look back at this year as the year that showed us who we were. It seemed like we had nothing but time to work on (I hate this phrase) our quarantine album. But most of my "progress" came at the end of the year for [...]
Trust that feeling you have, but remember that art is never complete. There has never been a perfect piece of art. It's not meant to be perfect.
That's the trick! Try it out the next time you have a hard time keeping a new strumming pattern while singing! I have used this trick many, many times, and it has helped me to get that "Patting your head, rubbing your belly" feeling to go away.
This is why therapy is so critical for our survival. I'm not trying to be poetic when I say critical. What's the point of life if you're not even living? You’re taught how to walk, you're taught how to speak, you're taught how to write and read. When it comes to working through the things that prevent you from happiness, you're left to your own devices.