Hey man! Thanks for hanging out the other night. Sorry we didn't get to jam, but it was a bit unorganized and a weird room to play, as well. How's your cold? Maybe we can get together soon. I'd love to start rehearsing for some of my tracks, if you're game...
Re: Keaggy... Those pics you commented on were from a session with an artist from India, Benny Prasad. It was my first experience working with Phil. He was amazing. The project also had Pedro Eustache, Paul Livingstone, and a lot of Bollywood musicians on it. It was a lot of fun to work on. Keaggy was amazing. Oh, Buddy Green too. Also Craig Nelson. I can't wait for this to be released!
Hey Jonathan, good to hear back from you. Well that would have been interesting to do some playing with Nathaniel. Let him know of my existence. I really enjoyed working with Kim Simmonds at the time. We got along well and 2 guitars sounded great. Glad you enjoy my material. That cd has been out for 10 years now, called Miles Of Horizon. David Northrup and Roy Vogt were the bass and drums. I used them again to cut 13 new tracks of instrumental about 2 years ago, but then I fell away from it. I'm working on the tracks when I can to re-cut my guitars. I guess someday, it will be the way I want it. As for now, I've recently just started playing around Nashville, and there are a couple of clubs we play kind of regularly. One, is the Edghill Cafe. Great place, very small, but is a great little place to do what you want. I usually use David Northrup or Marcus Finnie on drums there, because they are familiar with my material. You would really enjoy their playing as well. Right now I'm trying different players, and trying to apply myself into different scenarios. I'm even working up an acoustic group so i can start getting my voice back where it was, when I used to play with Kim. I used to sing 75% of the show, and was a pretty active session vocalist until I moved to Nashville and settled myself into audio engineering for 6 years. I still occasionally offer some engineering help to a few close friends, but I'm out of that now. Now, I only play my guitar, look for gigs and want to be involved as much as I can again with live performance. You're in the Friends list now, so the next time I gig here, you will get a message. Try and make it out, it would be great to meet you, and yeah... maybe we could do something together as well. I read your bio, and I think your approach is great. Thanks again and take care, Jonathan.
Doing well man. Been working hard on my solo project now, College and teaching. I'm scoring out all the tunes. The project will be called. "Life After Miles" Think Miles Davis meets Hendrix, Meets Jeff Beck. Have some killer cats in Miami that are helping me out. How are you?