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Studio work

During the first half of 2016, I recorded keyboard and vocal parts on several songs for a demo CD by the band AM Radio. The first two songs released can be heard here.

In August 2015, I recorded some vocal parts on the song "Angry Rhino" by JC Fetlock, which appears as the opening track of his 2016 album Love Bomb.

In April 2015, I recorded some vocal parts on a song by Matt Adams, also destined for an upcoming release.

In May 2014, I released the first digital single under my own name. It's called "No I Ain't from Texas," and it's available on iTunes, Amazon MP3 and Spotify.

In April 2014, I went into the studio with Sugarcoat to record a heavy rock adaptation of "Counting Stars" by OneRepublic. Afterward, we shot a video in concert at the Village Nightclub in Lancaster. The world premiere of the "Counting Stars" video was also at the Village, on Saturday, May 17, during another Sugarcoat performance.

In January 2014, I contributed keyboard tracks to a four-song demo by the Delaware Valley's only Yngwie Malmsteen tribute, Trial By Fire. Among the songs we recorded were "Heaven Tonight" and "Rising Force." Click here to hear our demos.

In June 2013, I contributed keyboard tracks to several studio recordings by Jason Gray. Here's one called "Like You More," where I got to play a piano interlude between choruses.

Singer/songwriter Alicia Maxwell, after receiving the Diamond State Blues Society's Budding Artist award, released her recorded debut in August 2012. Titled Get Your Priorities Straight, the CD contains three tracks with my keyboard sounds on it. Two of these tunes are Alicia's soulful originals, and one is a spunky and funky cover of the Rolling Stones' "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," heard below. To purchase the CD, visit Alicia Maxwell's official online store.

In April 2011, an Australian drummer named Matt Rock brought blues group Big A & the All-Stars from Clarksdale, Mississippi, to Sun Studio in Memphis, Tennessee, for a demo recording session. Matt also invited me to sit in. Recording was already under way when I turned up, but I got to play on the last two songs recorded that night. I ended up getting a CD of all the session's output at the end of the night. Big A, whose name is Anthony Sherrod, was soon featured in the 2012 musical documentary film We Juke Up in Here.

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