Far Cry and Foretold will be featured in the film documentary "Inspire." It's a great project and I'm glad I could be a part of it. I'll keep you updated on the release. Here's a link to the trailer for now.
A little bit of a slow start to winter here, but things are rolling again. Just finished up a new project. Click the Music tab to hear Death of the Phoenix.
I'll be in Portland, Or. all week. Love this town!
Touch of Frenzy now has a video page!
Off to Gen con. Check my Twitter feed for updates and pics.
Took a small vacation with my family. We spent some time camping in Kentucky. I remembered Kentucky being beautiful but was still blown away. You can check my twitter feed for an amazing Kentucky sunset pic.
Back to work...
Over the last few months I have played some live shows, ran front of house for a live gig, and finished producing a CD.
Finally got back into the studio recently and produced a song of my own. you can check it out here. http://bit.ly/tofuptoyou
We are currently experiencing an issue with the music not playing for Maverick users with Safari 7.0.1. We are working on a fix and I'll be sure to post when it is operational again.
We are back in the studio this week and getting
ready to release more music. It has been a rough winter so far, but focusing on
music is always exactly what we need.
We are also finalizing the art for Timm
Gehretts new cd Albatross. It should go to print later this week and be
available for purchase very soon.
In his final fifteen months, Timm Gehrett did
two truly remarkable things. He inspired his family and friends by bravely
fighting his brain cancer, maintaining an optimism and tenacity in the face of
terminal illness that bordered on the heroic. And between treatments, searing
headaches, and multiple hospitalizations, he wrote and recorded an album.
Timm did not survive to finish the album he
wanted to make, but the album he created is incredible. It is honest, sometimes
brutally; full of pain, but still beautiful. More than anything, like Timm, the
album is full of love. He named it "Albatross"
following a family vacation, remembering a moment when he stood on the beach in
Catalina looking over the Pacific Ocean. The albatross, he said, spends its
time far off of that shore, seeing a world that few others see. This is the
record of what Timm saw.
Support Timm's Family, Buy the
This album is Timm's legacy in so many ways. It
is the document of his fight with cancer, his love letter to his family, and
his last statement as a musician and writer. It is also a way for Timm to
continue to provide for his wife and five children.
All proceeds from the sale of this album go straight to his family.