“Trisha Adams brings us a tear jerking music video dedicated to the millions of Syrian refugees displaced by war in the middle east.” - Stoked Ember ProductionsRead More
"This new adventurous single employs a pop groove with stacked vocal harmonies, yet still stays true to her acoustic roots in a whole new way." Yup. That pretty much sums it up. Enjoy friends!Read More
It's a classic Colorado and blues ballad, the idea that we've all got to keep a little sunshine for when life gets cold and snowy, or rainy and gray. I've got sunshine to chase my blues away.Read More
Late January brought about some studio time, which also means - new music coming out soon! I didn't take nearly enough pictures to capture the event. I suppose we were working too hard and having too much fun.Read More
Once upon a time, in the Foothills of the Rocky Mountains...It snowed, and the high didn't get above 11 degrees F that day. But the music was great and we rocked the house. These guys are awesome, talented, fun, and great at what they do.Read More
Nothing lasts forever - words that speak to my heart. This song was written a few years back, and encompasses many stories and emotions of things changing. Friends move, father's pass away, jobs change, and time marches forward.
"Nothing lasts forever, nothing stays the same. Keep collecting moments, it's all we have until we meet again." Cherish those around you, and cherish those you love, friends. Life is short, and nothing lasts forever.Read More
This January, a dream come true. I played Red Rocks!
My friends, Venture Still (they're amazing - go check them out!), asked me to drum for them, and to play a couple solos while I was at it. When played, this song was about a month old. Since then, it has been recorded at The Spot Studios in Lakewood, CO, and is scheduled to release Spring 2018.Read More
15 years ago, I heard Norah Jones for the first time as she burst onto the pop music scene with "Don't Know Why." My isolated teen-age heart swooned as I finally found someone in my generation who I felt like I could relate to, musically. Her voice was smooth and raspy, deep and low like mine, and her playing was beautiful, her band excellent, and her music like nothing I had heard from my era, ever.
That night, she stole my heart all over again.Read More
In his beautifully awkward prose John commented (more than once) that songs are a snapshot of who we were at a particular time, and the meaning of them changes over time, especially to the writer. Who he was when he wrote that song is not who he is now, but returning to it some fifteen years later and performing it now is a different joy than it was then.Read More