I just started a profile on ReverbNation and I’d love to have you check it out! I have four songs listed at the moment. I’ll share them with you here!
This song is entitled Missing You. I wrote it for my daughter who passed away a year and a half ago. It is light rock/easy listening.
My second song, Life Rhythm is a dance/electronic song. Check it out here:
My third song, How Do I Love You, also written for my daughter, is a pop/easy listening song:
And last but not least, another dance/techno tune. Aptly named Dance!
I hope you enjoy my profile! I’ll update you as I add more music.
This is the first song I wrote for my daughter who passed 7 months ago. It is an easy listening/pop/light rock song.
If you enjoy it, you can purchase it on itunes at https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/for-my-baby-radio-version-single/id1206895872
I’ve always loved music. Twenty years ago I wrote and sang. Now, so many years later, I find myself doing it again. In memory of my daughter who passed only three and a half months ago.
I wanted the music to make the listener feel the unreal, ethereal and disillusioning feeling of losing a child. I think I succeeded. Take a listen. I hope my daughter can hear me and know how much I miss her.
Twenty years ago I wrote and created music. The time has come to start again! What do I write? Easy listening/rock/pop. Sometimes a bit alternative. A combo. I like to mix things up.
These two new singles are available on itunes at the present moment. They will also be available on google music, amazon music and more in the upcoming weeks. I’ll keep the links updated.
For My Baby and I Miss You were written for my daughter who recently passed. Her death blindsided me. I wasn’t expecting it…it was devastating. So as a way to deal with the pain, I’ve begun writing music again. I’ve also written numerous poems and posts about my beloved Celby on Niume. Feel free to check it out if you feel so inclined.
Thank you to those who have supported me over the years. Your friendship means a lot. It helps me stay upbeat in this difficult world.