Recorded at the Musicians Hall of Fame in Nashville, TN - 9/30/2017
My friends over at World Vision wanted to use some of the songs from Light In The Dark for an episode on the WV podcast they recently launched. You can listen to it here or check it out on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ep-8-pastor-dave-loves-justice-righteousness/id1202292816?i=1000391766519&mt=2
You can also find out more about World Vision and the work they do at worldvision.org.
My wife and I just had our 7 year anniversary and this the song that I wrote for her to celebrate the milestone. It came out of the realization that no matter how well we know someone, in some ways, they will always be a mystery to us. You can listen to the song here:
Spread the word by any means you'd like: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Email, Text, or Snail Mail and you can use #MysteryToMe when sharing online.
The band and I are booking up dates this fall, as well, and would love for y'all to come out if you're in the area. Here's what we've got so far:
Thanks for being a big part of allowing me to make music for a living and hope to see you soon.
I'm excited to announce that we've got new t-shirts up in the online store that were made by my good friends over at South Nashville Silkscreen. If you're looking for a super comfortable tee, with the Nashville skyline, you've come to the right place.
A couple of weeks ago we were back in Princeton, NJ for our second Kentucky Derby Party. Loved being back up there with our Princeton friends. One highlight from the trip, along with all of the dancing of course, was PJs Pancake House. If you get the chance, check them out. Well worth the wait.
Here are a few pics from the trip:
Hard to believe, but Saturday marks the 3 year anniversary for the release of Light In The Dark. To celebrate, our friends at Noisetrade will have the album available for free for a few weeks. Grab a copy below or head over to their site. As always, thanks for listening and being a part of what we do.
The boys and I got to be a part of the Avera Queen of Peace Foundation fundraiser in Mitchell, SD. The foundation provides an opportunity for friends and supporters to share in the healthcare cost for their community so it was an honor to be up there and be a part of the night.
While getting to share in a good ole fashioned 16 hour road trip, we were able to capture a little bit of audio from the performance, and a few pics, as well.
Happy New Year friends. I'm excited for what the year will bring and hope to see you all out there this year. We've got some fun stuff coming up and one of those things is a Cool Music Monday's playlist on Spotify.
Lord willing the creek don't rise, each Monday in 2017, I'll add songs to the playlist with songs from our shows, requests we've gotten, or tunes that we just dig listening to. If you've been to a show, you know the set list is all over the place, so I'm looking forward to seeing how this one turns out. And as always, feel free to shout out requests or just follow along.