Revive the old, behold the new. Year End Lists, New Year's Promises.

2018 was indeed a good year. Truth be told, I didn’t always see those good aspects, but I am grateful for all the opportunities that were bestowed upon me. It was strange at times, exposing as much of my insides as I did in my works, but I would do it again. The support and reception I received from others who were willing to peer inside with me was humbling and humanizing. Whelp, it’s a brand new year and if you’re looking for some resolutions the only thing I can say with absolute certainty is that I will be releasing as many self-produced songs as I possibly can; keep your ears open around mid February for the first release. That’s all I’ll say about that for now.

I know we’ve already said adieu to 2018 for good, but here’s one more for nostalgias sake. Take a look at the journey of Flesh and Bone (& Everything Within) Side A/B through the year. Cheers!


Flesh and Bone (& Everything Within) Side A garnered the number two spot on County Track’s Best of Vermont EPs List.

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That time when bloggers wrote that my song “Tell Me” was akin to an apple.


I made it onto this forty-something track Best Of list twice! The thirteenth spot went to “Everyday Sun” a song I collaborated with The Aztext on and in the number three spot is “Happy” off of Flesh and Bone (& Everything Within) Side A.


Seven Days’ Jordan Adams highlights the works of Vermont expats. Featured is a lovely synopsis of Flesh and Bone (& Everything Within) Side B and some ruminations on the themes, both musically and lyrically, of the two part project.

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