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Not In My Town

In a world mostly filled with good and decent folks, there are exceptions. I’ve had great experiences and met amazing people in my travels near and far, but history tells us that there will always be individuals who want to … Continue reading

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The Wilderness

So, a bit of backstory if you don’t know me. I play music for a living with my fiancee, Molly. We travel all over the place, and one of the most meaningful compliments we receive is just how happy we … Continue reading

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Fake Happy

It is the holiday season, and as Christmas approaches, that means it’s time for the annual rollout of marketing-driven narratives. Everything is warm and fuzzy and happy and bright! Buy more stuff, because it makes you feel good! Of course, … Continue reading

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“To A Band That I Loved”

The title of this blog post is the title of the last song on Jason Isbell’s excellent new album, “Something More Than Free.” It’s a touching and poetic ode to the connection created between artist and listener, a tribute paid to … Continue reading

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