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I recorded Both Feet In again in 2014 with the help of my wife, Angela on backing vocals and my friend, Mike Drolet on drums; I played everything else and sang lead. My latest song, Both Feet In is about hope for the future and taking control of my life. I wrote all the music and lyrics. On the track, I played acoustic, electric, and bass guitars, and did all the singing. I used a drum machine because I'm not very good with the drums. A Wound That Will Not Heal is about my father. Cadillac Crocs is about camping and having a good time. My lovely wife, Angela, sang on that one. High Tech Social Meltdown is about the silly ways people use technology and social media and the lost of art of communicating face to face. I played all the instruments and did all the singing on this one. Jam Time, was a collaboration with my brohter Phil Claeys. We shared lyric writing duties. I wrote the music, and played all instruments and did all singing, as usual, on the recording. My first song posted to Reverbnation, A Song for a Lonely Day, is about insomnia and Rock & Roll. I sang lead, and played acoustic, electric and bass guitars on this track. My lovely wife, Angela, provided the amazing background vocals. I've been playing guitar for most of my life. Growing up I was a fan of The Who, AC/DC, ZZ Top, Rush and Van Halen (still am). Many people say I sound country when I sing. That's not by design. I guess I'm just a country bumpkin at heart.