Philhelmon's upcoming album "Perpetual Immobile" is going to be SO GOOD. The music is very high quality and just let me tell you: this thing rocks hard and is delightfully weird.
For a more in-depth Philhelmon experience check out the website:
A few things on Philhelmon:
- The album is 90-95% "in the can" and just needs mixed
- Ron Hurst from John Kay and Steppenwolf liked his contribution on my song "To The Water" enough to request I have some CDs printed off to give to Steppenwolf's super-fans: The wolf pack.
- We have a lot of launch material including a few music videos as well as some very cool merchandise.
Expect a winter 2017 release!
I try to do a few theatre shows a year and my most recent was Jesus Christ SuperStar at Theatre in the Grove. This is my second time playing the role of Judas Iscariot - one of my favorite roles in all of musical theatre.
Heylel's album, Shades of Time, has been officially released and sounds fabulous. I should know, I have been playing it on a continuous loop at high volumes in my car.
The album is now available on Spotify for streaming:
If you're old-fashioned like me, you can order the physical CD so you can appreciate the album art, credits, and list of musicians (where you'll find my name on the title track as the lead vocalist!).
Also, I am currently putting together a concert film to be utilized during the album release show. Although I can't fly to the CD release party, you can still see me playing with the band on April 21st, 2017.
It was an honor to be invited to sing on Heylel's new track "Shades of Time." Their manager, Kathy Keller, is the same manager as my other band, Philhelmon, which is why I came to be asked. The song has a great "prog meets early Sabbath" vibe. I'm very much looking forward to hearing the rest of the album as well!
I've been cast as Henry in Theatre of the Grove's production of Next To Normal. Check out my gig calendar for show dates and times.