It's about the songs. I'm not so much a singer-songwriter as a songwriter-singer. I do not fit into a genre. The genre fits the song. Those on my new album, "Love's Last Laugh," range from rock to country ditties, from standard lounge ballads to power pop, from blue-eyed r&b to country rock. It's a homemade album and I sing almost all the vocals and play almost all the music (mostly on keyboard) but, as I said, it's about the songs.
I've been writing songs off and on since the early '70s. Performed a few concerts back then. Written over 200 by now. Only about 12 years ago did I start trying to make them into records, mostly a solo project. Can't stop myself.
To see a video of an open-mic performance of Too Much Music's closing song, This Christmas Eve, please go to this link:
Pretty much everyone from Hank Williams on.
Yamaha keyboard, Tascam 8-track recorder, cheap drums with decent cymbals, and only recently Garage Band.
It's in the songs.