Dallas, TX

This past weekend, I attended an amazing event in Dallas, TX – The Hands Up For Hands Down Fundraiser. Read all about this amazing experience by clicking HERE!

Solo Artist and Album of the Year Nominations

I have some BIG NEWS for you ! I’ve been nominated for two Radio Milwaukee Music Awards.



MILWAUKEE ALBUM OF THE YEAR -for my EP “Yours and Mine” (Listen for free by CLICKING HERE)

It would mean the world to me if you’d take a few minutes and vote for me. Voting literally takes less than 5 minutes!


If you’re willing, please spread the word via word of mouth, Facebook, and Twitter. Thank you very much for your constant support!

Have a great day!


Spring Tour Dates Announced!

I’ll be hitting the road this spring for several weeks of shows! Keep checking in as dates will be posted regularly over the next few weeks. I’d love to see you out when we pass through your town!

If you’re interested in helping me with street teaming (putting up posters and fliers around town, bringing your friends to the shows, etc.) Email me, or contact me through Facebook!

New Music On The Way

Hey All! I hope you’re doing well. I wanted to announce that a brand new EP will be released late this winter with 6 new original recordings! Stay tuned as the writing and recording process continues. I’m really excited for you to hear them.

Madison Youth Choirs – Special Concerts

This is a concert you DON’T Want to miss!

I’ve been working with the Madison Youth Choirs since August. Several of my songs have been arranged into choral works that will be performed this coming Sunday December 18th, 2012. Concert times are 1pm, 4pm, and 7pm in Middleton, WI (just outside of Madison, WI).

The weather forecast looks good so far, so take a Sunday drive and come to the show. It’s been a very moving experience and the music sounds great. Click Here to BUY TICKETS ONLINE.

Owen’s Song

I have been friends with the Medal/Bissing family for many years. Our lives have been somewhat entwined as we grew up in the same town, went to school together, were involved in after-school-extra-curricular activities, and are members of the same church. They’ve been especially supportive of me and my music and have attended more of my shows than anyone I know, except for my own mom and dad.

This past May my friend, Melissa Bissing, tragically lost her son, Owen. He was only 6.5 months old. I sang at the funeral and was a first hand witness of the strength of the entire family.

Little warrior, of Sussex, was born on Nov. 10, 2010, in Waukesha, and passed away in the arms of family and friends on May 26, 2011, at Children’s Hospital. He was son to Doug and Melissa Bissing, triplet brother to Weston and Logan, and little brother to Jaden. Grandson to Linda and George Medal and Pamela and David Bissing. Nephew to Rachael Medal, Jake Medal, Sherri Bissing and Eric Bissing. G
reat-grandson to Alice Vanden Langenberg and Lois Bissing. Great-nephew to Darleen and Ernie Tarmann.

During his short stay on Earth, Owen was a lover. His laid-back personality and smile brought joy to many. His last days were filled with warmth, family and friends. He ended his earthly journey but will live on in others. Owen’s last battle gave his heart, liver and kidneys as a final offering. Owen will be missed by so many, but his story lives on.


I wrote “Owen’s Song” and especially dedicate it to the Bissings and Medals. I also hope that everyone who has experienced loss can find hope and peace in the music and lyrics.

I encourage you to please download the song as it is a fundraiser for the Bissing Family Relief Fund. If you haven’t had the opportunity to read Melissa’s blog, I encourage you to do so. It is some of the most sincere and honest writing I’ve read. Click here to view Melissa’s blog.


“Owen’s Song”

As the sun sets in the sky
brightens up the deepest night.
Orange flowers by the road
I smile to myself and know

You’re already home
and I’ll be with you when the day is done.

Somedays I still get bogged down
fog so thick it’s water now.
I carry on. I go on my way.
I think about you every day.

You’re already home
and I’ll be with you when the day is done.

Jesus, can ya hear me sing?
Why is all this happening?
We were all just born to run
we’ll still be dancin’ way after the music’s done.

You’re already home
and I’ll be with you when the day is done.