Nashville, TN at Loud Recording with Julian King closing mixes. Wearing my Lucky John Varvatos t-shirt and my Jogg jeans by Diesel, the most comfortable jeans ever.
I’m a down to earth family guy that also has the great privilege to sing and create incredible moments with a lot of country fans out there.
My family, fishing and peanut butter.
Pennsylvania rock band Live. A light rain started at the end of the concert adding to the experience. Memorable concert and performance!
Traveller by Chris Stapleton.
That the word “business” in the expression “music business” is an understatement.
Garth Brooks. He’s the reason I’m doing country music!
“Don’t Look Back” that I co-wrote with JT Harding. JT was such a great write.
As long as I have people in front of me, it doesn’t really matter where I’m at.
The studio session that was given to me for Christmas about four years ago. It was to cut a demo of one of my songs. I went there thinking it was the worst Christmas gift ever cause I was a sales rep on the road back then and finally came out knowing what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.
Child poverty. Last spring I was a spokesperson for a charity event that collected food and money for families in need.
New artists that go to Nashville are often told what to write, how to write it, and how it should sound. Established songwriters have the power to either tap in someone’s gift or alienate it. A lot of songwriters tried to break Sam Hunt until he finally met with Shane McAnally that helped him create the top selling album Montevallo.
To fly like Superman. Even better…Being Superman!
Peanut butter and caramel. LOTS of peanut butter and caramel.
Name one artist of any genre besides country that you are a fan of and tell us why?
The Beatles. They decided to do music their way. Who cares if it’s a minor chord, if that’s what the song needs, it’s what it needs.
My older brother. I miss him a lot!
…you post a picture of your best friend sleeping on the couch with make-up on while you’re holding a lightsaber!
I believe country music can bring you back to your roots and what’s most important in life.