The VIP Experience

The VIP Experience

Concerts are the center of the universe. That is the way that I feel about it. 

For a solid decade we musicians tooled around with the idea that selling music digitally, directly to the consumer, with its low overhead and ease of delivery would forever allow us to stay home, make art, and enjoy a more normal life. "Normal" was used with light sarcasm, because for an artist, a performer, staying home is not really normal.  Those fantasy days have really ended with the onset of streaming music services. Streaming means, however you feel about it, that no one can make a living from delivering music to the consumer anymore because those services like AppleMusic and Spotify pay the artist fractions of fractions of fractions of pennies. So what happens next? Well, if you are built like me, then you might see it as a good thing ...

I think this evolution in the music marketplace is forcing artists to get back on the stage and play concerts. To me this sounds wonderful, and I am willing to slog through the opening phases of this process because I love people so much, and working "from home" never really scratched the itch that I have as an artist: interaction with other humans. 

Something Karla and I have added to most every show that enhances this love are our VIP Receptions. We host a reception after most every show that only VIP ticket holders can attend. We meet and greet, see old friends, meet new friends, sometimes play an exclusive acoustic song, share our journey on a more personal level, and enjoy some snacks and a nice, personal time together.  We would love to share something just like this with you ...

The Heart of The Psalmist is....

The Heart of The Psalmist is....

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