There's nothing like music.”

Welcome to my page!

I hope you will listen to some songs and read a few stories while you're here. I'm busier than ever these days, lots of acoustic solo performances, but also some exciting shows with my amazing Santana tribute band, Jingo, the vocal acoustic group the Differents, plus even Headsoup! 

And I've been having a blast working at the Landis Theater in Vineland, NJ. Most recently, I worked as co-music director and live bassist for their production of Greenday's American Idiot, and in August I am thrilled to be doing the same for their production of Heathers, a modern cult classic with one of the best musical scores I've ever heard.

Times are good despite the Covid menace. Making music keeps me inspired.

LIVE PERFORMANCES

What a thrill to open for Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldi on their acoustic tour when they stopped at
the Paramount Hudson Valley, Peekskill, NY

 
 Pat Benatar and her longtime bandleader (and husband) Neil Giraldo. This was an incredible acoustic show.

Pat Benatar and her longtime bandleader (and husband) Neil Giraldo. This was an incredible acoustic show.

I've been lucky over the years to share the stage with many great musicians. Here are a few of them and a couple of stories.

Guy Davis

Acoustic Blues at its finest. Guy Davis is spell-binding. I remember when I opened for him I did a quick sound check after him. I played a little harmonica, and I remember feeling so nervous to play in front of him - he's a real player, I consider myself just a harp hacker. But when I went back to the dressing room he told me I sounded good on the harp! Made my night. I'm sure he was just trying to be nice.

Acoustic Blues at its finest. Guy Davis is spell-binding. I remember when I opened for him I did a quick sound check after him. I played a little harmonica, and I remember feeling so nervous to play in front of him - he's a real player, I consider myself just a harp hacker. But when I went back to the dressing room he told me I sounded good on the harp! Made my night. I'm sure he was just trying to be nice.

Bernie Williams