Of your touring and gigs so far in your career, do any stand out as being particularly memorable or defining moments?
When I travelled to S.W. Asia to entertain the U.S. Troops in six countries. Knowing that I was providing music to soothe their hearts from their worries of being away from home or their daily task on duty to protect our lives.
What would you define as the most life-changing event so far in your life career?
Being a motivational speaker for the graduating youth. Giving them my story of how I became who I am today. This made me reflect on when I was their age dreaming of becoming a musician. Being able to inspire them to keep their heads up and reach for what they want and never give up.
What do you find to be the most challenging aspect of recording a new album?
The two most challenging aspects of recording are conveying the music I have in my mind to the different musicians and being able to self-fund the project.
What's your favorite charity or cause you work for, and why?
Children's Miracle Network, my heart goes out to youth and helping them is what I will do as long as I can.
What are some of the most important goals you have you yourself in the next five to ten years?
To offer a nationally recieved Music workshop, helping to encourage other artist, to share my experiences and teach pointers. I look forward to sharing the stage with music Jazz Legends.
Going back in your life as far as you can remember, what song or performance is the first you recall hearing and being affected by?
1994, Still Pulse (Reegae Band) live outside performance.
How would you finish the sentence?" I don't like to go a day without?
Thanking God and practice!