Has written and produced songs in the genre of Country, Country-Folk, Country-Rock, Easy Listening, Folk, Folk-Rock, Gospel, Indie Pop, Pop, Pop-Rock, R&B, Smooth Jazz, Soul. Some featured songs are, You Get Angry Over Everything, Are You Excited About Jesus, It Ain't So (Music Track), Don't Wanna Feel This Way Again (Music Track) and Jesus, I Love You. Moods Calm, Charming, Cool, Delicate, Dreamy, Emotional, Expressive, Love, Mellow, Optimistic, Positive, Romantic, Sincere, Smooth.
Upbeat soul gospel with female vocals. Finding the funk from the off through piano and slick guitar licks, it only builds from there to add to the flavour, with organ, drums and bass all joining in the spiritual fun. Controlled and smooth with a lively, toe tapping presence.
Bluesy gospel track with a rock steady roll and a resolute message. Piano, bass and drums form the base for the preaching male vocals, but it wouldn't be gospel without a sprinkle of organ over everything would it? Simple and direct.
Intriguing track that blends the message of Jesus with the attitude of a protest song. Hard strummed acoustic guitar, bass and drums form the rhythmic backbone, while male vocals, angelic backing and organ form the harmonic filling to create a punchy song with an unusual diversity.
Gentle acoustic folk song. Warm, relaxed male vocals, acoustic guitar and piano tell the story of stubbornness in a relationship. It has a heartwarming and honest feel to it, and the soft accompanying strings add a touch of elegance, but it's the country harmonies in the choruses that stand out to give a shift in mood to a more positive tone.
Simple, old time country song. Nothing fancy, just a regular drum beat, familiar bass line, piano accompaniment and acoustic guitar supporting male vocals singing about a relationship that's died out. Harmonies in the chorus change the dynamic, but for vintage simplicity and authenticity, this hits the spot.
Soulful funk or funkful soul? Either way, it's in the deep electric bass and vocal harmonies. Percussive rhythm drives the song on while the male vocals sing about turning bad times to good, all grounded by that simple bass groove. What is essentially one drawn out riff, the overall vibe is dramatic, beautifully balanced and infectiously toe tapping. Sweeeeeet.