Tag: songwriting


  • Some Happy Folks Received Their Vinyl

    Does my heart good to see these fine folks receive their vinyl gift.  I am so appreciative of their support and how they all dug in to help me realize my dream.  It’s pretty cool to hear your music on vinyl and even cooler to see other people enjoy it. Thank you thank you thank […]

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  • Vinyl Release Update

    I appreciate everybody’s patience during this learning experience for me.  I never realized the timeline/length of the vinyl process.  I am happy to say the record should be delivered to me by the end of September. Which means it will be in your hands a week or two later.  Mid October would be a conservative […]

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  • Kickstarter News And Ramblings

    So the deal goes likes this…..I have a lot of wicked cool people in my life. I believe art should sustain itself. Making art should help you support your passion. It takes work because showcasing art is not a chip on the pitch (although I love chipping 20 yd balls off the crossbar time to […]

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  • Words Of Advice My Fellow Artists

    “Don’t read your press; weigh it.” – Warhol

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  • EP Artwork Brainstorming

    I’ve finalized a concept for the new EP.  EP title will be “Rooms Full Of Gardens”.  Below is a slideshow that showcases possible EP cover art.  The EP will also be available on vinyl.  The cutting master has been sent out to one of the industries best cut masters, Ron McMaster at Capitol Studios, CA. […]

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  • Reckless Mind Tricks And Artsy Brainstorms

    So I just realized how much planning and brainstorming is required in properly releasing a creative project.  In this case an EP.  The only thing I’m firm on right now is track order, title and mastering company. Now the real work ensues with following topics circulating in my head like a paperback book in a […]

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  • Update On The New EP by Rob Eldridge

    Through the past few months I’ve clutched a unique instrument that has reciprocated the devotion generated through our relationship. The instrument was a Craigslist find. Stella was a brand of guitars owned by the Oscar Schmidt Company and was founded around 1899.  Notable users include Kurt Cobain (used one on the tune Polly), Ben Gibbard- […]

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  • Another Rough Cut Idea

    down my neck with melted specks… comes days once new…words they come and often spew…i look for wood bearing bronze strings…to start the fire to reach candela….not too bad for an old fella…sip and sound and swoosh around….a cup of up and half full down…no time to share as i often do…the advice from me arrowed […]

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  • Sitting On The “Yellow Couch” Has Been Uplifting

    For the past 2 months i’ve penned about 5 songs in the open “E” tuning.  I picked up a 1965 Stella acoustic guitar and converted it to my banging little blues box.  This guitar, for the price, sounds amazing when mic’d up.  It has a deadening warmth that’s usually hard to replicate.  It has different […]

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