It has been a month since the release of Doozy so today I would like to thank everyone. I released this EP exactly one year from the day that I had quit my job to focus on music. In that year there were a lot of ups and downs but in the end, it was definitely one of the most rewarding years of my life. I couldn’t have gotten things going without out the help of some really great friends and family. I am extremely happy and proud to have DOOZY out available and thank you for being a part of it.
First, thank you to everyone who came to The Villager listening party. We had a blast putting the EP on the jukebox, throwing darts and telling stories. It’s still in the jukebox if you ever want to go take a listen or distract me from beating you in darts! In addition to the countless jukebox plays, my songs have had over 600 streams on Spotify and Apple Music and over 150 plays on YouTube. Thank you for listening. Keep an ear out because there is still more music to come on YouTube, Instagram, my website and LIVE.
In addition to those who purchased or listened to the EP, thank you to everyone involved in making it. I am fortunate to have a great group of professionals, musicians, friends and family that have contributed or supported the making of this EP. Thank you!
Nick “Ace” Lutz - mixing and co-production
John Rodrigue - drums
Dagan Crews - bass
Cory Malone - rhythm guitar
Evan Lovett - drums (Queen of Eden)
Michael Purcell - mastering
County Q Recording Studio
Thank you Matt Thieleman, Mike and Natalie Morosi and Cory Malone for your financial contributions. Thank you mom and dad (Dee and Craig), my sister and her fiance (Kate and Matt) and Grandma Rosie for everything you do but most importantly putting up with me. Thank you to all my aunts, uncles and other family members, you guys have been an unbelievable force with your likes and comments on social media! Thank you friends in Nashville Matt, The Morosi Family, Kristen and Kelsey Eastman, Michelle, Maria and others that have been my biggest fans. Thank you Fido family and Villager crew for letting me hang. Lastly, Shane Lamb at Green Hills Guitar Studio for helping me to polish my guitar and songwriting skills and Roger at Modman Guitar for his amazing guitar work.
Before I go I want to let you know what there is to look forward to. Doozy was just the beginning. Currently I am rehearsing for shows around town, both solo and with the band. Be sure to stay up to date on my socials and website for gig announcements. In addition to playing out more, I plan on putting up weekly videos of new songs, covers, clips of practice, live shows and more! For those of you asking about merch, that is still in the design phase but I’ll let everyone know as soon as it’s available. Hopefully later in the year I’ll be able to come put on a show in your town. Trust me you’ll hear about it because I’ll probably need a place to stay. Thanks again - peace and love.