Tommy Peacock – Hard Love Remains

This is a track by Tommy Peacock, an incredibly dynamic and energetic performer. I recorded this track with him quite a few years back, but Tommy just brought it back to life with the help of my good friend John Rausch who did a remix and added some new spice. I sang some kind of sweet background vocals on this one.

William Fitzsimmons ‘Took’ – Video

Thanks to my friend Daley Hake it was my pleasure to engineer the sound on this video of William Fitzsimmons performing his song ‘Took’ at the Hotel Cafe. We had a fun time making this, and somehow managed to keep most of the noise from Hollywood’s busy streets out of the microphones. A fantastic performance and beautifully shot by Daley, Ben Hunter, Julie Belle and made possible by Gia Hughes.

Click the pic to see and hear the performance.

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New Track: Wanna Mocha

Wanna-Mocha-Shot

This is a piece of music I wrote and recorded recently – kind of relaxing for a warm winter’s day in SoCal! Sorry if you’re somewhere cold… Hopefully it’ll work nicely while sat next to a warm fire as well.

Handbell Clone Choir

I created 3 more of myself in a lab, and we decided that the first thing we wanted to do together was form a handbell choir. Thankfully my good friend Daley Hake was on hand with his camera to capture the performance.

Who Needs A Savior For Christmas

This is a song I wrote concerning ye olde season of purchasing. My alter-ego Gregory St. Andrews took on the job of performing it with his sweet tenor timbre. The ever talented Daley Hake shot the video in front of our classic 1950s fireplace, made complete with a splendid little artificial tree.

Faithfulness In Defeat

This song is the final track on EP-B. Our friend/photographer/art dude Daley Hake put this together. Filmed backstage at the Hollywood Pacific Theatre where our church Ecclesia Hollywood meets… Making the most of the crazy acoustics in the room, and how interesting it looks back there.

Palmdale Pic

A new photo of us from earlier today – our friend Daley Hake is a bit handy with his camera.