Clark Kent...

Hi errrabahdy! So I didn't have a case of the Mondays today. Work was super busy but rewarding... and I thought I'd take a post to talk about my "regular" life. Why? Because in a weird way, nursing is what allowed me to get to California and sustain life here in pursuit of my dreams. Also, nursing has definitely inspired many songs, a few notable titles, "Wounded Soul" and "A Nurse's Song" are my favorites. Today, during a meeting, I was given a small recognition by Kaiser to say that I helped screen a patient, order their mammogram, and get them in for their procedure. Today that person is receiving treatment for the breast cancer that was caught as a result. I have long-since claim

Uke'll Lip Dis

I wasn't sure what I should Koala this post... so this is what I went with :) Hello strangers. I have encountered the wonderful problem with internet connection (1999 called, they want their problems back!) And my omnipresent sleep problems have put things on a delay. I have been playing a lot recently and getting a little braver with sharing my music... It's tough to accept the positive vibes/encouragement. I was told last night, "This is something that should be shared, Michael! When was the last time you played a show in California? Why? Why don't you finish songs? Why did you last finish a song in 2012?" I don't know. I have no answers. It's easier to live it in my head. I'm

Who needs sleep?

Hello friends! Thank you for stopping by as always! So I have been busy this week and wanted to take a moment and get back into the site now that the weekend has FINALLY arrived... although I've lived the whole week like a night with no tomorrow. (Ooo I call dibs on that for an album name!) Lol.. I've gotten through the first week back at work following vacation home... which is always the toughest. It helped to have a warm welcome back and spend nights exploring all that LA has to offer. Great local food, awesome hidden sights, and new people and indie art of all sorts. I have been playing an eclectic blend of music this week both in the car and on my guitar. I've been dipping into

CT Dreamin on Such A Winter's Day

Well, the end of another 2 week trip is here. This is my last day/night in tizzown (for reals), and I have had an eventful last few days. I'm going to do my best to sum it up quickly because the 'Bucks I currently reside at is closing soon! My Vanilla Chai Tea Latte will far outlast this visit. I have NO idea why I ordered this... I hate Chai's normally (they taste like Yankee Candle jar post-burning to me) lmao... but i thought I'd give it a Chai again ;) Sooooo my birthday came and went! I am officially scratching the surface of my third decade on this planet. I got some incredible presets.... including a brand new Danelectro Electric Guitar in mi color favorito- Naranja! Orange you

Raising the Bar

It's been a whirlwind of a weekend thus far. After the high from The DKBH Live performance, I could barely sleep. This didn't bode so well for a 7am wake-up for the annual McSorley's Pilgrimage in NYC! But I had a great time with the guys and ran into (to borrow a term from Forrest Gump) my best-good friend Steve and his parents ("my other parents"). I was up nearly all night Saturday because it SNOWED! And then I had to wake up early today for my family and friend combo birthday party (photos to come!). But I want to discuss some quick things I'm excited about for the page. First of all, I got my vouchers for Google Ads so hopefully I can bring some traffic in. In the quest for conte

Played till Our Fingers Bled...

Chris and I played at the local coffee/tea/crepes place "Perk on Main" and when it comes to performances, we totally kicked the Crepe out of it! It was an honor to have Chris' finance Nicole and friend Larry there supporting us, an the others who offered that I said no to (Caity and Alliea, amongst others). It marked the first time we played out just me and Chris... which is nice to know neither of us will give up on our little band that formed awhile back. It could have been all too easy to drift apart as friends after our normal "Crew" went our different ways... but instead we got closer. It woulda been a convenient excuse to say we lost touch when I moved out west... but instead, we a

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Live at the Covina Farmer's Market in Covina, CA, I gave a two+ hour chilling performance for shoppers, crafters, and cookers alike.  Of course, the chilling was more due to Mother Nature (around 50 degrees the whole outdoor, night time set!), but I'd be willing to wager some goosebumps were provided by my awesomeness.  And I had to be awesome... I promised I'd rock like it's the end of the world. 


My first real concert, played at the world famous Whisky A Go Go in the heart of Hollywood.  I rocked an acoustic 45 minute set, playing songs old and new, with percussion help from those in the crowd who cheered on


The final nail is hammered into place by my father, completing a 2+ year effort to finish my home recording studio.  Located in the woods of beautiful Wallingford, CT (my home town!), it rests dormant until I get back to record.  I have just left my home of 26 years to pursue an unplanned adventure across th country, making good on a self-promise to someday move to California.  Shed Zeppelin (Also named Studio Fifty-Fusc, flatFLAT, Wallywood, Feel-Like-Makin-Loft Studios, and Bowl of Studi'Os) was completed the very day I left...Breaking my streak of never finishing anything.  It still remains my absolute favorite place on the planet.  

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