Can you explain what you sound like to people who don't play music?

For years, there was no label for the kind of music I play. Now, it's called "Americana" or "American Roots Music." It's a combination of folk, rock and roll, blues, bluegrass, Cajun, old time, and country.

I can and do play each of these styles individually, in their pure form. When I do a solo show, it's a mixture. If I'm in a play, I'll be playing the music the way it sounded for that period. If I am hired to play with a country band, you bet I'm going to play "Faded Love" the way it should sound, not some avant-garde version.

My overall style is most influenced by the high, lonesome sound of the Appalachian Mountains.

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Cotton Eyed Joe & other ringtones

 

The link I had for this ringtone is outdated. Until I can get a new link, if you'd like to have it, just email me, I'll send it directly to you. You can hear it by listening to "cotton-eyed-joe' on the music player directly below. The  ringtone is the 1st 30 seconds.

 

Ringtones that come with your phone can get old. If you'd like to know it's your phone that's ringing, and not someone else's - not only will you have choices here, I'll make you your own!

The link I had for my Cotton Eyed Joe ringtone is outdated. Until I can get a new link, if you'd like to have it, just email me, and I'll send it directly to you. You can hear it by listening to "cotton-eyed-joe' on the music player directly above. The ringtone is the 1st 30 seconds.
Ringtones that come with your phone can get old. If you'd like to know it's your phone that's ringing, and not someone else's - not only will you have choices here, I'll make you your own!