Of Ends and Beginnings
That's it. Tonight, Michael Nuzzolo put the finishing touches on the album and sent it off for mastering! This is the end of one part of our journey, the making of the album, but the beginning of sharing our work with the world. Great time and effort have been put into every detail of this album, and hopefully some of you out there will appreciate it as much as we do. I've always dreamed of having an album to call my own, and the reality of one being wrapped-up tonight is an amazing feeling. I started my career with the same principles I have today; making the best music I possibly could, and to keep getting better. Because of the monumental help and efforts of Michael Nuzzolo (bassist/recorder/producer), Andrew Ladd (co-producer), and wonderful instrumentation rounded out with Jesse Brotter (Guirar) and Jonathan Gilad (Drums), my music has reached heights I had dreamed of in only a year's time. Michael in particular has meant more to this album than anyone else. Utilizing his unique skill-set, Mike improved the overall quality of not only the album, but my music as well. I believe we have made magic with "The Place We Haven't Seen", and hopefully you will too. My music is about innocence, pain, and love. I write songs for myself, but feel obliged to share them with the rest of the world. I personally have high expectations for the album, and am forever grateful I embarked on this journey with the people I did. Much love, and stay tuned for the mastered content to be released shortly.