Before we make song babies together


Writing a song can be a very intimate thing.

And I believe that in order for beautiful minds to come together; It's important to get to know each other first before you commit to something as binding and long term as a song.

Because for better or worse, richer or poorer, once your creation is let loose on the earth. It's out there for good.

So before we make song babies together;

Here are some critical questions to help break the ice:

  1. Name 5 songs and their artists that made the greatest impression on you and your musical journey?
  2. Provide a link to a song of you created that best describes your current musical style
  3. What was the best concert you have ever attended?
  4. If you could collaborate with any 3 artists, alive or dead, who would it be and why?
  5. Name three areas that you believe are your strength zone when it comes to song creation?

Answer the above 5 questions and send your response to

If you are intrigued by what you have heard from your potential writing partner.


Your mission, should you choose to except it. Is to create 3 high quality demo songs in the next three months.

This message will self destruct in the next 30 seconds. (Okay, I'm joking! No it won't. But that would be pretty cool!)

Happy writing!

The art of virtual collaboration


When you live in the middle of nowhere, it makes the most sense to be connected to the thing that allows you to be anywhere. The Internet has forever, changed the way the game is being played. Indeed it is a geographical equalizer, leveling the playing field, making it absolutely irrelevant where you live as long as what you present to the world is strong enough to speak for itself.

And yet, still we (myself included) don't seem to use it to its full potential. 

Being able to find useful information at a touch of a button is great. The ability to connect with millions of people is wonderful. 

But the ability to build a virtual team to create something new is truly remarkable. 

Choose your mode of communication.

Select your team members. 

Define your project. 


And then, rinse and repeat.