Month: April 2019

Update: April 28, 2019

Starting today, I decided not to do an update for each upcoming week. The reason is that, musically, I don’t know what’s coming in the coming week. From now on, then, I’ll just call these posts “updates.” That is, until I change my mind. So here’s what’s going on right now. For those who have […]

Announcement About My Catalog

Last night, I deleted my catalog from DistroKid. If you want to download or stream tracks from the Excelsior series, Aquarian Eyes or “Snow Globe” you need to do it before they disappear. I intend to close my DistroKid account before it renews in June.

Dayton Triangles Podcast Site Now Open For Business

As of the end of the day today, my new website for the podcast series “Triangles: The Life and Times of an NFL Original Team” is up and running. Over the next several days, I’ll be removing Triangles-related content from here and returning this site to its original purpose: mainly music. For news and other […]

Update: Week of April 22, 2019

Happy Easter, and Happy Earth Day 2019! My Dayton Triangles podcast is coming along. I now have basically four episodes in the can. I’ve secured the domain DaytonTrianglesPodcast.com and will prepare to roll it out beginning this week. Once that site is up and running, all my podcast updates will appear there. I’ll link to […]

Update: Week of April 15, 2019

Starting this week, I’m shifting my focus away from stock music and toward the Dayton Triangles podcast that I’m working on. “Triangles” will be, for the foreseeable future, my number one priority. I’ve reached the conclusion, after working on stock music exclusively for almost three years, that it has become commoditized. There are simply too […]

Update: Week of April 8, 2019

It feels like the week just past was a “lost” week. I announced in my last update that I was starting production on the Dayton Triangles podcast. I was preparing to do that Monday when my wife Danita left work with nausea and severe abdominal pain. soon after, she went to the ER, where the […]