Here’s a song written by my old singer/songwriter/poet pal Scott Wicken, called “Let’s Go On A Tear” that I recorded a couple months ago. I was testing out a different studio setup for demos and writing sessions and hadn’t worked out the bugs yet, so apologies for the vocal clipping. It is what it is! I was having a bit of fun with the loop pedal on this one, as well.
Dig it! And then stop by Scott’s page to say hello and enjoy more of his talents.
We’re beta-testing the new store and it’s open for business. Just a small selection of albums and singles to get things started but please stop by for a look and feel free to buy something! 😉
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This is the theme/jingle I wrote and recorded around 2008 for my pals at DaDeO in Edmonton, Canada. It was one of my favourite places to eat and hang and they always treated us right! (Tequila!) The song was my gift to them as a way of saying thanks for making me feel like one of the family. I dug out a copy the other day and turned it into this video using some photos I stole from their FB page, and a couple other places. Dig it!
If you ever find yourself in Edmonton, Canada and need some damn fine food from friendly folks, give DaDeO a try. Once you’ve satisfied your appetite, head next door to Avenue Guitars!