New CD "A Disposable Life" is indisposable.
My latest CD about life in the digital age, A Disposable Life, is officially completed and available worldwide on iTunes, cdbaby.com, and bandcamp.com. Featuring multi-instrumentalist Robert Aaron on piano, melodica and organ, Andy Blanco on drums and percussion, and master mixing by Andrew Schlesinger, with additional instrumental support from Carl Riehl on accordion, Nathan Warner on trumpet, and James Hirschfeld on trombone, these eight songs ponder the meaning of life in a throw-away society, question the wisdom of popular media, and embrace the steamy side of a good beat. Robert Steven Silverstein's review on www.mwe3.com calls A Disposable Life "...a 21st century pop masterpiece...sounds like Phil Spector producing a young Leonard Cohen."
Less is more (sustainable).
I recently found out about the Repair Café Foundation, an organization that promotes repairing, recycling, and sustainability by opening volunteer-operated repair cafés for broken appliances, televisions, bikes, etc. First started in the Netherlands, their idea has now spread to North and South American and other parts of Europe. I really liked their business concept and realized that some of my songs shared and supported their anti-consumerist/reduced carbon footprint point of view. So I'm very happy to announce that for every CD sale of A Disposable Life I will be donating $1 to www.repaircafe.org to help them help our planet.