No question, just wanted to say I saw your show last year in Annapolis, Maryland and have been enjoying your albums ever since. Though I found you through PT you clearly have great talent and stand on your own! I look forward to your next time through the area.
Hopefully your guitar strap will stay on next time!
Kurt - Annapolis, MD
Thanks Kurt! Cheers! JW
Hey John, question for you. As someone getting into a band as a vocalist, I'm having a problem. The "musicians" are innately used to jamming. As a "vocalist" (read as, car&shower singer), I'm finding it pretty hard to work outside of a structured box. By this, I mean for instance hearing your albums hundreds of times, and knowing every uttered syllable and inflection by heart. Improvising is not coming easy. I'm a writer, and coming up with lyrics or finding an appropriate lyric/melody pairing is feeling downright impossible such as when we are working on original pieces. Any suggestions for trying to work through this? How do you or DID you overcome this sort of thing?John Wesley responded on 03/17/2015 Next question
John, I am a young aspiring musician from Costa Rica and just wanted to thank you and the band (wish I could contact Steve this easily) for bringing so much hope to a musical universe I was, a few years ago, starting to find dull and unappealing.John Wesley responded on 03/17/2015