Worth It All

WORTH IT ALL

My first album, I’ve Got A Song, was truly recorded “out back” in the office building at my mom and dad’s place. I engineered and produced it and I had no idea what I was doing. The core “band” consisted of my good friends and they were awesome to help me out.  It was THE budget project of the year (actually it took about 4 years to complete) and we were all learning. Yet, people bought them and overlooked all the little things that weren’t perfect about the project. I believe they connected with the overall message and purpose of the project – to provide songs that promoted the truths in God’s word. But, now I’m rambling…

Yet, people bought them and overlooked all the little things that weren’t perfect about the project. I believe they connected with the overall message and purpose of the project – to provide songs that promoted the truths in God’s Word. But, now I’m rambling…

It was sometime after that first release that I began writing again, although somewhat sporadically. Then I began taking guitar lessons from Louis Drapp, of Drapp Studies in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  It was while playing the guitar that I wrote the title song for this new album, “Worth It All” as well as “He’ll Do the Same for Me.”

When I completed my first album I really didn’t know if I’d ever get the chance to do another one. But if I did, I knew I wanted to make sure we stepped it up a level. That’s just what happened. Worth It All has a clean professional sound that you will enjoy! It has eight original songs and two cover songs (I’d Rather Have Jesus and You Are God Alone).

You can purchase CDs and MP3s by clicking here.

 

2 responses to Worth It All

  1. I think you did a great job on your 1st album and I can’t wait to have the final product of your 2nd album in my hands! I know your burden and passion will always be conveyed in your songs!
    Love,
    Dad

  2. Bro. Alexander (my former youth leader) told me about the albums on google music and I chose to buy them both! I listened to a couple of songs and I already love them!

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