Jan 22, 2022
SOUTH AMERICAN TOUR UPDATE
Due to unfortunate and recent virus-related issues and health restrictions, we have made the difficult decision to postpone the upcoming South American tour. The 7 dates mini tour of South America was scheduled to begin Feb 2nd in Escobar city, Argentina with 4 additional dates there and featured 2 stops in Chile including Santiago and Conception city.
"I have been waiting a long time to tour this part of the world, so it is disappointing to say the least to have to postpone this"
"My apologies to our fans and friends down there, thank you so much for all your efforts in putting this tour together".
The shows have been tentatively rescheduled to November of this year.
We will be back shortly with a more positive update on the new album. Stay tuned...
Jan 01, 2022
First of all I would like to wish you all the very best for 2022.
May it be a year of peace, health and success for you.
I'm still working on the pre-production of my new album "The Wolf is at the door" and will be entering the studio shortly to start tracking.
I will be recording 10 brand new songs.
In the meantime, I thought I'd give you something to chew on until I can deliver.
"Ain't gonna let your love"
This track has not been released yet and will not appear on my new album.
You can get the audio right here by clicking on this link. It will only be active for a limited time.
FEATURE SHORT FILM ABOUT THE L.A MUSIC SCENE IN THE 70's
"Ain't gonna let your love" will be part of a short film about the life, struggles and successes of musicians making the move to Tinseltown.
This song contains an extra shot of Rock 'N Roll and aficionados will probably recognize that.
"Ain't gonna let your love" is a track about my uncanny love affair with Los Angeles.
It all started after looking at the back of a LP of one of my favorite artist and noticing a name and address " Warner Bros Records, Burbank, CA.
That's when I got myself a one way ticket from Montreal to California.
After a 6 day non stop bus ride I arrived in L.A.
I was a teenager, armed with a guitar and a few dollars to my name, that's when it all began.
To be continued...