Here's my November updates on what's happening with my music.

First of all, a huge thanks to all those who supported my Kickstarter fundraiser for my upcoming Christmas shows! I had set out to raise $600 and ended up raising $915 through the campaign, plus an additional $125 of donations after the fundraiser for a total of $1,040. The extra money has been much needed for all the things I didn't think about in getting this Christmas show put together. Thank you everyone!

As you can imagine, this means I've mostly been working on getting things ready for the shows. This has included lots of practice, building a new pedalboard, designing the stage setup, and programming video backgrounds for that. There is still a lot to do with lighting and building.

You can check out my tour dates page for info on where I'll be performing. I am planning to do a more professional recording of my Hillsdale concerts and would like to get a DVD together of that. So, if you can't make it to a show, you'll still have an opportunity to experience it. You'll probably have to experience it after the holidays though.

I'm very excited to get back into performing again after taking this past year off. Taking this time off has given me new perspective and motivation with music and life in a very positive direction. This new perspective will come out in a new project for 2018 that I'm very excited about, based around a Bach Cello Suite. This will include a new album and a very unique concert experience. More details on that as we get into 2018.

Thanks again everyone for joining in on this journey with me and I'm constantly amazed that this music can have such an impact on people and that is why I continue to create music and better my skills.

Blessings to you all,


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