I began (like so many) in a high school garage band. I was chosen most musical in my class and had my first recording on the radio soon after graduating. I was playing and making a living in music by the time I turned twenty.
That was the year that I was chosen (1 of only 50 performers in North America) to spend a summer on Catalina Island, California attending J.C.S.S.C., an elite musical experience which included such performers as John Davidson, Kenny Rogers, Andy Williams, and Tony Orlando, just to name a few.
(No lobsters were harmed in the making of that gag.)
Within three months of returning from California, I was nominated as "Male Performer of the Year" by the Maine Country Music Association. Though I performed mostly Top 40 songs, my country rock set of music won me the "Country Rock Performer of the Year" by the same association. (Nice Hat)
In the 90's I focused my efforts on radio, TV and film. I studied Television and Film Production at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida. As President of a media production facility I directed, produced, and hosted over 100 television programs including a music video showcase called Message Express. In 1995 I was a co-founder of WMSJ-FM radio, a class A FM music station which has grown to be one of the most popular CCM stations in it's area.
In 2003 I was assistant producer on the film "SideSitters" . Produced and directed by Christopher Watkins (Executive Director of the New England Film Academy). I'm seen here appearing in a cameo role as "The Pie Guy" (Take #22, No Chocolate Pie was harmed during the making of this movie) I continue to work with Chris as a board member of the Academy.
Today, I'm back doing what I love most, making music and new phriends; entertaining audiences of all ages across the country. Contact Me Today To Schedule Your Event!