April 2019 

Spring is here: "a Celtic wilting-glimmer." 

For the first time, I've decided to record an EP outside of my surroundings and get some help. Working with Skylar Ross has been nothing but fun.  He's been dedicated and open to my crooked approach. 

Me: "great studio, can I record in your bathroom"? 

Skylar: "sure man".

He's got a talent and ear for music and it shows on these new recordings, get excited!  

One cannot deny the ache that strings add to a piece of music and I've always heard my songs accompanied with strings.  I'm pleased to share that the new EP features the talented Tory Daines on violin and cello. So, now my already melancholy songs will have that Celtic wilting-glimmer, yes! 

Thank you for following and supporting my music. If you know me well, its been and up and down adventure while disappearing into the New Jersey void. In general, I've had "Quiet Victories" and I'm very thankful for my family, you and this life.

Keep checking back for the release.

D-   

                                       Pic by Skylar Ross-recording 2019

"Ulysses"
You can hit me where it hurts cause I don't mind doing time
and I sail my wooden ship right behind you
with thunder in my head from the fires of her heart
the city's still aflame when they found you

In the windows of the night I could see the burning light
bouncing off the lonely shadow in the cold
on the runway of our love it's coming faster then we can
making promises they we just couldn't hold

you can hit me where it hurts I don't mind doing time
and sail my wooden ship right behind you
with thunder in my head from the fires of her heart
a city a still aflame when we found you

write a message in the sand burn a candle for the man
for the light your burn will surround you
if you hold her like a rose, so hard to let it go
cause the silence is a curse when it fools you

Hit me where it hurts, hit me where it hurts,hit me where it hurts 
You can hit me where it hurts I don't mind doing time 
and I'll sail my burning ship right beside you.