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Conversations – A New Blog Series

One of the main joys of my career has been the many talented and thoughtful people I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and working with over the years.  Musicians, teachers, writers, and deep [...]

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TAKING AN ALTERNATE ROUTE

The particular part of suburban Nashville, in which I live, has a town & country feel to it. Every year it becomes a little more “town” than “country,” but it still has its fair share of [...]

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Things Change

I was seventeen when I told my Dad I wanted to be a musician. His down-to-earth West Texas response to me was, “Okay. But how are you gonna make a living?” Four decades later, I’m still figuring [...]

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Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder?

If the adage is true, and absence does indeed make the heart grow fonder, then everybody who reads this blog (all two of you) should be very fond of me right now. Very, very fond. It has been [...]

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MusiCalifornia 2011

I’m headed off to LA tomorrow, to attend MusiCalifornia. My latest contemporary Christmas musical, “Wings of Joy” (Hal Leonard Music), will be premiered Thursday night. So, if [...]

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Lone Star Road Trip

I’m about to take a quick trip to my home state of Texas. I begin with a brief visit with my family in Dallas. Then, I’m doing a teaching/concert “thing” (now [...]

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Headed to Missouri

I’ll be participating in a choral music seminar at Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, MO later this week. While there, I’ll lead a couple reading sessions, teach two classes on [...]

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