I started as Bo Diddley's student when I was 18, and I had a long background in off Broadway operas and stage acting from my youth. He sent me out on tour to California, where I made a demo with Kyle Gass (Tenacious D) as producer and John Spiker (Trainwreck) as engineer/backing vocals/bass. That led me to Nashville to do another album, (technically my 3rd by this stage) with members of Highway 101 Cactus Moser (drums) and Curtis Stone (Bass). From there I landed a $50K record deal which was fan funded by people across the globe. This gave me the opportunity to perform at the Paradiso in Amsterdam, and perform in London, Portugal, and The Netherlands. The record's name was Diversity, still featuring those same members of Highway 101 and produced by Chris Stamey from the DB's. In 2014 I recorded with Two Egrets Studio after winning a competition with Deep South Entertainment for the single "Time For A Change", currently available on itunes. Officially endorsed by Epiphone Guitars.