Influences: James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Chaka Khan, Pat Metheny,
Playing music since I'm 3 yrs. old. Developed my own kind of percussive guitar style over many years of open tunings (35 currently) and experimentation. Currently life has thrown me a curve ball, as I lost my brother and sister in law to a fatal drowning accident December 7th, 2018. Originally from the east coast (NJ & NC), I have relocated outside of Austin, Tx for the next year...or so, to help my nephew through this crazy and difficult transition. I'm hoping that participating in this awesome community will help keep the light shining and feed the soul.
Hi Vicki. Re: Morph co-write credit. 50 percent is a huge change in the song but everyone handlesit different. Personally I usually mention the preceeding writers in the liner notes. Some also add the prior writer as collaborator. Maybe do the same as the person you followed?
Sorry for your loss- how awful!
Thank you for your sweet comment on Penelope!
Thank you for the nice comment and taking the time to read Laid to Waste.
Thank you for your kind words on my tunes . So sorry to hear about your recent loss- my condolences and I hope that FAWM feeds and helps carry you through this hard time .
PS: >>Clawhammer guitar <<? Yay! Can’t wait to listen... my one and only attempt at this from two FAWMS ago 😝 https://soundcloud.com/natalieedelson....
Hi there! Have a great fawm! Im sorry to hear about your loss, i hope fawm will help you in some manner. See u around.
Thanks for checkin' out my morph song Vicki! Glad you liked where I took it! 😮))
Hey Vicki, very cool that you are jumping into the morph. It is a fun chain songwriting game. Let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you for the kind feedback. sorry to hear about what you have been going through. looking forward to hearing your tunes!
Thanks so much for the kind words!! <3
Hi Vicki, I'm looking forward to hearing your music!
Hi there, have a happy fawm!
Welcome to FAWM! Sorry to hear of such tragedy in your family - awesome that your nephew can count on you. Making music can be healing - especially in a supportive community like this.