I Love, love, love your mastery and your work. In 1995 a jazz store owner name Derek Jeter (Dimensions in Music) recommended your CD “Standards” to me. I was overwhelmed (in a good way) and completely enamored with your passion and vocal stylings. I played the CD over and over again. I loved “Island”, “All Blues”, and “Insensitive” the most. I have never for gotten your renditions of those songs. I am now 41 and I hunger for your work even now. It has stayed with me. There has been no one since that has topped you in my eyes. I live in Maryland. I wish I could see you live. I hope you are well and still performing. You are a gift to the world. Thank you for being here and sharing your awe inspiring talents and personal passion.
Your comments have touched me deeply.
‘Standards in Gray’ will always be one of the most wonderful things that ever happened to me. Every track came from the heart and every player played from the heart. It was my first recording. It was like having a baby. I have recorded several other discs that I would love for you to hear. You can easily get them via CDbaby.com, iTunes and just about any other internet resource for music. My hopes are to get up into the east coast soon. I have some new music that should be coming your way later this year. I will want to travel about and see my fans in their home states. Stay tuned to this site for more information as it arises.
Love and light to you,
I’m overjoyed to have found your web site. I consider Standards in Gray to be on my Desert Island list of top ten jazz recording the best jazz recordings ever and tried for years to find out more about you. Thought maybe you had been abducted by aliens after you recorded it. Will try to find your other albums and hope you’ll find your way to the east coast. Would love to see you at the Rams Head in Annapolis or the Musicfest Cafe in Bethlehem. Why doesn’t WRTI play your stuff?