In 2007 I was writing songs of unrequited love and intricate interstellar fantasies that ended up becoming the Romance of the Spaceways cd. For the month of November, you can download the 12 song collection for free. From the ‘never-ended-up-with-her’ Moongirl and college radio favorite Sanctuary, all the way through the twisted elegy Nobody Goes To Hell and alt-rocker Molly Molly– which was written in 2002 on a busted up piano inside the mental ward at Northwestern Hospital.

Needless to say, I’ve come a long way since then personally, but it’s wonderful to look back at where I’ve been. Albums are like tattoos to me. They tell the story of my life & adventures, are ridiculously personal, and completely, publicly permanent. Add this to your library and let me know if there’s any overlap in our cosmic chatter in the comments section. Enjoy!

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