A Musical Conglomeration {Part II}

Howdy, Folks! How’re you doing? I’m here with a continuation of my little three-part series, “A Musical Conglomeration.” If you’d like to hear the tunes that debuted in my last post, you can check them out here. As mentioned in Part I, I made these tracks in Garage Band for my sister, Anna, to write songs to. Everything but the drums (which are a track) comes straight from my piano!

A Musical Conglomeration {Part I}

Hello, Everyone! How are you? It’s looking like our house has a definite contract, and the signing date is set for April 25 (as of right now). I know it was God’s doing that our house sold so quickly. He has always taken care of us, and I have no doubt that He will continue to do so! I am just thrilled about the move, but I’m also going to miss […]

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

Howdy, folks! How’s your week been going? I hope you’re having the most delightful and magnificent Christmas season yet. I’ve got a fun edition of “Wish You A Merry Christmas” for you today. It was also given to me by my piano teacher; it’s even out of same book of jazzy Christmas songs that “Silent Night” came out of! If you’re brave enough, I’d love for you to take a listen. […]

Broken

Broken

Hey, folks! I’m here today with a song I wrote, called “Broken.” I would love for you to take a listen! Verse 1: Broken gears and broken locks We’re all lonely, faceless clocks Broken hearts and broken minds We’re all crooked, straying lines And the lines don’t have a point And the clocks, they’re winding down We’re all stained and we’re all lost We’re just waiting to be found. Chorus: […]

What I Learned From Ensemble

Hey, folks! How’s it going? My second ensemble session (that’s a classy way to say band) at Bosse’s School of Music just wrapped up, and I’m so thankful I got to be a part of it. I had the opportunity to see other musicians interact, and came out with a different outlook than I went in with.

My Flashback Post

Hello, and Happy Thursday! Today’s post is a flashback. We’re going all the way back to when we moved to Massachusetts. This was the first song we did as a family band. I wrote it, with Dad’s help 🙂 When the kinks were worked out, Dad surprised us by taking us to a recording studio!   Who’s doing what: Dad – bass guitar, vocal Micah – drums Me – piano, vocal Anna – […]