“Wyld” Bill

I just found out my bud and one of my favorite music loving fans, “Wyld” Bill Dillard, suffered a heart attack a couple weeks back. If you haven’t had the pleasure of meeting Bill at either the smallest of clubs or the biggest of joints, you’ve been missing out. When the words “support live music” are uttered, there are very few of any I’ve met besides Bill who can truly live up to that mantra. His passion and love for the art we do is undeniable. He consistently wants to give back time and again to the folks who work …..more →

Babylon Sisters Shake It

I’m very happy to announce that I’m back to do a few more shows with Yacht Rock Schooner in May: May 1 – Strand Theatre: Marietta, GA – An Evening of Steely Dan May 2 – Private: Atlanta, GA May 7 – Park Tavern: Atlanta, GA – Butterfly Wishes For Ellie Benefit May 15 – Cox Capitol Theatre: Macon, GA – An Evening of Steely Dan Even more so, two of the four shows are listed as Evenings of Steely Dan.  Schooner has gotten a lot of praise the last few times they did these special shows given the complexity …..more →

The Grammys

So I heard Tom Petty had a great night Sunday. My first Grammys telecast was back in 1987, which began with Paul Simon’s Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes and ended with Janet Jackson’s amazing Grammy debut and Paul winning (correctly) Album Of The Year for Graceland. I used to crave a Grammy growing up. Back then awards meant something to me.  But a couple of things happened. One, when everybody and their mama starts getting trophies for just about everything, it lowers the significance when someone wins one.  And two, maturity.  Especially as an artist.  As I grow …..more →