Updated: Feb 14
Before Covid, I used to travel quite a bit, especially to Washington, D.C. It's not that I enjoy airplanes. I hate them, actually. But I enjoy the anonymity of a big city, and I like interacting with people who I may find working around the Pentagon area.
For example, I ran into my old boss in a tunnel once. We didn't have time to talk, but we caught up while we could. We were both surprised to see one another. He was shocked to find out I was working somewhere else these days.
And so, before I end up deciding that guitar driven power pop was my thing, I tried to remake a few songs to see if I could pull them off. You see, this process of finding your musical voice never goes away. You always have to explore the smallest thing on a deeply intuitive level so that it makes sense to your heart.
This video brings those two separate lives together: My travels and the music. This music was one I heard a long time ago, and I loved it.
If you haven't been out lately, you'll see in this video some places I used to go and hang out. You'll see some airports, like O'Hare and bug swarms at Sandia Peak. Plus, there's some footage of my home in Pensacola Beach.
One of my favorite things to do is to take short clips and find a way to put them together with a video. Here you'll see METRO tunnels, air port architecture, people from around the world, and some nature. And it's pretty cool, I actually found "New Mexico true" advertisements running in Dallas Fort Worth. It was a pretty cool air port, but not as cool as Dulles airport in DC.
Not a very long blog today about the music biz, but maybe a decent video? Who knows?
Thanks for checking it out. And thanks for following me on this music journey. It means a lot to me.