An original holiday tune I wrote for my band, The New Limits! Traveling from house-to-house over the holiday season can be a drag, but if you’re stuck in the car with the right person, maybe it’s not so bad.
I kicked off February Album Writing Month by reflecting on what it means to have a desk job. I was trying to channel The Mr. T Experience with some clever self-deprecation. Hopefully this doesn’t give off novelty vibes, but it is certainly satire.
I’ve just released my original pop-punk Hanukkah song entitled “Spinning (Like a Dreidel).” Good luck getting it out of your head.
I first wrote this song four years ago. It wasn’t meant as an apology, that ship had already sailed. That’s why the song is called ‘Too Little Too Late.’
Watch me play an acoustic version of “Normal Day,” a song I wrote for my band The New Limits. This song has been a staple of the band’s live set for the last couple of years but has yet to be recorded. The song, written long before the COVID-19 pandemic, is just a wish for…
This year I participated in February Album Writing Month. The goal is to write 14 songs in 28 days. And, I met the goal!