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God Bless the USA – Lee Greenwood with RamCorps

I had mentioned in an earlier update that RamCorps from The University of Mobile had asked me to help out with some arranging for their performances on the Duck Commander Cruise. RamCorps is a high-impact visual brass and percussion ensemble. High energy is RIGHT! For the last night's finale on the cruise, they were asked [...]

I don’t know but he’s off the payroll (What do I do?)

When I first moved to Nashville, almost 21 years ago (January 1996), I moved here to 'do music'. In my mind, I knew what that meant. Music. Simple enough. But there are really a whole lot of facets to what I have had the opportunity to do throughout my musical career. After about 5 or [...]

Panama City Pops Orchestra

I had the opportunity January 16th to fly down to Panama City as the Panama City Pops Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Eddie Rackley, played my arrangement of Holy, Holy, Holy as the encore to their concert. The concert featured Grammy Award winning composer and artist Dick Tunney performing his Monkee's Concerto on the [...]

Sitting In or “Post Graduate Studies”

VISUAL I've said this for years. When I am trying to learn something, I immediately go to YouTube to see if someone has made a video of how to do it (and someone usually has). I can try and read a manual, but if there aren't pretty pictures (diagrams), it's like pulling teeth to me. [...]

Sitting In – with Bruce Broughton

Back in high school (mid/late 80s), our assistant band director wrote an arrangement of Bruce Broughton's iconic score to 'Silverado' for the marching band. It was one of 'those' moments for me...a shaping moment. I loved the music and how it worked with the film. That was a pivotal moment for me in my love [...]

Four Blood Moons in theaters March 23rd, 2015

I have just finished up composing the score to a brand new feature movie that releases in the theaters March 23rd, 2015 called 'Four Blood Moons'. Based on the book by New York Times best-selling author, Pastor John Hagee, this movie was produced by Rick Eldridge (Bobby Jones:Stroke of Genius, The Ultimate Gift and The [...]

Relationships – Friends – Dayspring Corporate Videos

Relationships. Friendships. It always seems to begin there for me. By nature, I am a people person. I like hanging out and talking with folks. It's just in my nature. I worked on a couple 48 Hour Film Projects here in Nashville and met some great folks (truly talented teams). One of the folks on [...]

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