Ambitious indeed. “Black Coffee Please” was the title that stuck as I was producing this piece. It was the order of the day, several times a day in fact. It wasn’t until I bought my first ipad, I decided to put together a music video while visiting some of my favorite OKC coffee hangouts.
I was sixteen the day my uncle Leon handed me an old, worn plastic, toy guitar. Immediately I knew, it was the start of something new. Because I get asked the question often, throughout my music career as a guitarist. “How did you get your start?” So here it is, in a short, narrative excerpt from my personal autobiography.
My question is, “How can I help YOU?”
Since a growing number of my client base are nonprofit entities, I want to make my availability more apparent to your markets. If anyone has a sincere query, I’ll be happy to discuss your project or event. Be sure to look for me on the Oklahoma Arts Council Performance Artist Roster at, Oklahoma Arts Council Performance Artist Roster.
…And by the way, if you’re an Oklahoma based nonprofit, 501 (c)3 or within the surrounding states, and would like to bring me to your city, be sure to check out the Oklahoma Arts Council and Mid-America Arts Alliance grant programs.
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