Thank you to whomever voted for us in this contest. This is underground music for the electronic age. And things are looking up my friends. A vote for this sound is more encouraging than any kind of fame or infamy. Music helps me free all my negativity, into something I can then share with all of you. Thanks to technology. Todd
There is nothing in the world like acceptance. And I have some news, Let your Guitar Be The Voice, was accepted into the Hard Rock Rising contest. So I feel I owe you some history concerning this one, a good friend of mine...simply suggested that I focus on what I do well. I have always been critical of my singing, so my response was: You mean let the guitar be the voice? The things we learn from our mentors. What happened was some of the music I am most proud of. Here are the details concerning the contest. Starting February 3, your song will be available for download on the Hard Rock Cafe Detroit Facebook page. During this phase, fans can download tracks for free to vote for the band(s) they want to see participate in their city. Each download counts as a vote. Fans can vote for as many bands as they would like; however, they can only vote for each band once and will be required to "Like" the local Hard Rock Facebook page. There is no registration or fee required for fans.
These are the final 3 songs of the Science era. Time to move on to something new. I have not posted much in some time. Sometimes life gets in the way. And sometimes all your ideas sound the same, why do I use the same notes all the time? Every musician willing to admit it or not has a favorite note to hit. And if your timing is right, the drums will feel like a natural fit. I do this for the love of it. I appreciate everyone who listens, and if your reading this even more so.
Greetings any and all who listen here on our reverbnation website. This has been going on for quite some time now, and at the moment work is starting on the next phase. In the meantime, you can discover all of our free downloads....all we ask is that if you like something, share it. Everyone have a safe Thanksgiving. I am always grateful to anyone who will listen.
Greetings, thanks for checking in. As a special gift to anyone who regularly visits here, pay attention to the song list. The first 10 songs are from the Science of Sound. Thank you again to anyone who will open their mind and listen.
The first five tracks have been posted. And the rest is in the burner. It is the best work I have done to date. We are less than 50 plays from 10,000. I have the songs finished for when that takes place. It won't be long. Thank you for listening.
The following is a link to our android app.http://www.reverbnation.com/strivetofindthelightinthedarkness/android
As I see there are quite a number of songs here, and it can be overwhelming to some, but this experiment is like painting with sound. I am proud of the fact that it is influenced by the constant exposure to good music. My message is this, peace...strength...love...and the willingness to open you mind and follow me anywhere. This is done for the pure and simple joy of creation. If you choose to become a fan, follow, and share this message with the world. Not all who stray from this path are lost. But those who do have my gratitude.
This is a series of 12 songs, that shaped the way I think about popular, classic and modern music. It is dedicated to my mother, who left this earth in 2012. She gave me the gift of music, and the ability to articulate. Three songs as of the date this posts are available as a free download to our fans. The full list is not available, as there are choices to do research on. Thank you for your support.
I have been here for quite awhile. And yet I want all the people who have commented on my profile for quite some time now. I never leave my website on someones comment board. You should use this to encourage one another. I have found so many unique styles of music here. And it is nice to know that even though playing a show would be damn near impossible, I can still reach out and encourage someone else. One of my many hero's of modern music was once asked if he would have been happier if he had become more famous. His response was immeasurable: I think the more famous and successful you become, you become more distracted and it could just keep you from reaching a higher level creatively. Granted, I may be paraphrasing here, but I am sure you get the general idea. Who was this person? Richard Ashcroft. My favorite song of his. Music Is Power. That is all for now.