"It's a long road behind me / It's a long road ahead . . ."
--Neil Young, "The Painter"

After eleven years of writing about music, I finally grew tired of having my work scattered throughout the Internet and not in one simple place. So, here we are.

Of course, you can always find me at my current music blog, Speakers in Code.

You can find every link that matters on the left side bar. You can find what I'm listening to on the right. (You'll need Spotify, of course.)

All photos on this site were taken by me. I like to think of them not as professional work, but rather moments in time. They mean everything to me.

Below are some of the pieces of which I'm most proud (click on the links, and you'll be whisked away).

Brandi Carlile: "I've always just thought I was a singer."

The Avett Brothers: "For a band, there should be some room to change every night."

Grace Potter : "A really excellent rock 'n' roll band should be able to stop people in their tracks."

Kathleen Edwards: "I only ever wanted to sing songs."

The Civil Wars: "We don't always believe that endless options are a positive thing."

Josh Ritter: "It wasn't so much therapeutic as it was just necessary."

Frightened Rabbit's Scott Hutchison: "The fact that a song makes the listener feel something is vital to me."

Pegi Young: "You've just got to give back."

Tristan Prettyman: "At the end of the day, everyone is having their own experience."

Cory Chisel: "All I'm trying to really do is to add to the Great American Songbook."

 

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