I was fortunate to grow up in a time when pop music was truly the soundtrack of times.  It seemed like every week there were new bands pushing the boundaries past what had come before & it held the promise that no matter what was happening around us, somehow music could make it better.  This is a very idealistic recollection on my part but for a few years I really believed music could make a difference in the world.  My earliest influences were the Byrds & Buffalo Springfield.  These bands & all of their subsequent variations still have a deep effect on my music today.

Over the years, I have performed in a variety of different musical formats.  In the 1970’s I played out acoustically both solo & as a duo.  Later I graduated to playing in electric bands.  It was during this time period that I started writing original compositions.

From 1982 to 1989, I concentrated solely on writing, recording my songs & putting together a studio. I have over (60) master quality recordings from this period.  In addition, to having songs published, I became a member of BMI & I had a recording contract with “Torchlight Records”.

From 1994 to 2002, I performed out with my classic rock cover band “Roadside Attraction”.  During that time period, I played at over (160) locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware & Maryland, doing over 100 dates a year. From October 2002 until June of 2003, I performed as a solo acoustic act.

In June 2003, I put together another studio & started recording original music again.  I have released 11 CD’s since 2003.

On 7/8/19 I released “Here I Go Again”.  I am very proud of these songs. They are my best recorded works to date.

“Here I Go Again”, “Flip The Switch”, “It’s My Turn”, “True Believer” & “Out Of Control” are now available for Purchase & CD Baby, Amazon, ITunes & other Internet Based Music Sites.

My plans for the future are to continue to record new music & follow the path that I been traveling on since I heard the Byrds “Turn Turn Turn”, the Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth” & Crosby Stills Nash & Young’s “Carry On”.

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