RIP Burt Bacharach
this is one of the greatest projects of my life.
a day of recording with one of the greatest musical artists of all time. A true legend.
my good friend Daniel Tashian wrote these songs with Mr Bacharach.
Mr. Bacharach is a real class act, as you would expect. Thank you, Daniel and Burt, for having me.
WM3 benefit in Little Rock, AR.
This was my very first "pro" session. Paul Kolderie and Sean Slade called me in to play drums on a couple songs. The record was a hit. Thanks Tracy. And my good friend Drew Parsons who played bass with her. He went on to be in a band called American Hi-Fi.
Willie, Leon Russell, Tony Joe White, Jamey Johnson
I love this one. I think we only played one take. Nuts
This was a fun one to record . From the Grammy winning album “Wildcard”
classic Kacey Musgraves. This album won the Grammy for country album of the year.
It was fun to make 3 records with Kacey.
2022 Grammy Nominated album.
this was a fun record to record.
jam in place video from my good buddy Sadler Vaden.
Jimbo Hart on bass and Derry deBorja on keys.
rock and roll!
my Favorite Willie track that I have done. Beautiful song written by Guy Clark.
I can’t believe i have played on 5 Willie Nelson albums. He’s the Greatest of all time.
this is from the "Life and Songs of Emmylou Harris." I was in the house band. Legends everywhere.
another great new artist working his tail off. New Album "Greenbroke" out now
-ACM new male artist of the year nominee
Cory is having a hit on Country radio.
I’m happy to have played on this song.
About my 7th year living Boston, I got the opportunity to play a couple gigs with Rivers Cuomo from Weezer while he was living there and attending Harvard. This was post Pinkerton. We recorded some demos and played 2 shows. This recoding is from a day we recorded at Fort Apache in Cambridge, MA. Cool song.
On April 23, 2023 our friend Keith Gattis died in a tragic accident at home. We played lots of shows and had so many fun times recording together. My music life in Nashville would not be the same wothout him.
This video is of a song we recorded as a side project band called Big Hat (Me, Keith, Audley Freed, Peter Stroud, Robert Kearns, Ike Stubblefield). We went to Atlanta and recorded at Southern Tracks with the great Nick DiDia.
Keith co wrote the songs and played guitar and sang.
This was always a fun song to play. Letterman seemed to enjoy it. Always fun to play his show.
George Reiff on bass
Daniel Clarke on keys
Audley Freed on guitar
Martin Strayer on guitar
From the Americana Music Awards