Here is the second “live” recording of one of my unadorned hymns. These recordings will be on the new hymn CD when it’s ready.
So you may have noticed that my blogging on this website has reached an all time low. One of the reasons for this is because I sort of shifted gears in my daily schedule. I offer the story for you … Continued
I was once told by a teacher that I was making a very big mistake playing jazz and classical both. As a Christian, he believes that you cannot serve two masters, which is true. That is a undeniable biblical truth. … Continued
Putting My Money Where My Mouth Is I have often times written here about what I call musical honesty and if you follow my blog posts, you know how I feel about it. You know that I believe it’s better to … Continued
Having come from a background plagued by stage fright in the earliest years of my career, and overcoming that malady myself, I now have a very powerful perspective as a teacher which I use to help students deal with their … Continued
What is most important to you? What are your priorities in life? Do you consider yourself selfish or selfless and how does that apply to your music? This is the last post in my series titled Wholesome Musical Priorities. In … Continued
I have become a firm believer in the importance of selflessness in every area of our lives. Music is no exception. What makes these Wholesome Musical Priorities a bit controversial is that most musicians tend to be narcissists. Music is … Continued