One day, some years ago, I was standing on the corner of 8th Avenue and 38th Street in New York City talking with Brian Connie. He was one of the many performing songwriter-musicians that I was hired to work with at the time. We had just finished practicing in “the music building,” a decrepit low-rent rehearsal loft space just south of 42nd Street. (This was during the bad old pre-Disney days of Times Square.)
We were talking about why we do what we do. Brian said, “It was the Beatles man! After I saw them, that was it! That’s all I ever wanted to do.” Not one to pass up a great song title, I walked back home to my apartment on 101st and West End and wrote a song: “All I Ever Wanted to Do”. They say write what you know… That was a long time ago and here I am. Still loving what I do.
My new web site gives me the ability to keep doing it and to stay in touch with all my friends, fans and music buddies. Stop by and visit from time to time – and please, sign up for my gig alerts!
My deepest thanks and love to my creative partner Mary Ellen for helping to make it happen. And let me give a very special shout out to web guru Lydia Hutchinson for her advice and talent.
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