Archive of ‘Music’ category

Writing with David Hernandez

| in the studio, Music

I was set up to write with David for his upcoming project over a year ago. Sitting at a piano, we began writing Kingdom…. That’s where it all started – just a piano and that gorgeous voice of his!

A few weeks later, he asked Jake Williams and I if we would co-produce on the song with Mikal Blue, and if I would help to vocal produce the song as well. The answer was YES, of course! I’ve been a fan of David for a long time, so it was such an honor to be a part of the development of the song.

The fact that the song became the title track for his album, and is receiving so much love from fans, as well as multiple press write-ups, is just icing on the cake.

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Spectre Jones

| in the studio, Music

I first started writing with Spectre Jones (Wilson Howard, Jake Williams) and Adam Zelkind back in April 11, 2017 for what we thought were a few songs for an upcoming tv series on CBS. At the end of our first session we had an entire EP worth of material written that resulted in them being signed to Secret Road.Their debut EP was released in March 2018, and has gone on to receive over 22 placements in the past few month…. And they’re just getting started!

I’m so honored to work with them on this project and their upcoming release as well, and so thrilled for them as my friends. There’s really nothing better than getting to work with your friends and celebrate with them as they win.

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Ventura Event

| Music

Another incredible weekend at the DSE Film/TV Ventura event. Jim and Jack have done such a great job of bringing together a group of professionals in the music industry that have become like a little tribe, which is such a cool and refreshing way to do business. It’s always such a fun time that leaves everyone who attended fueled up with inspiration.

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ASCAP Expo

| Music

This was my first time at the ASCAP Expo and I had an amazing time with some incredibly  inspiring people, especially Nate Ruess and the legendary Paul Williams. So thankful to have been able to attend, and look forward to next year.

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