Recently, I’ve slowly been getting some song recordings from the recent Fall Festival 2022 event put together and am trying to upload them. Thanks to my way of recording at the Fall Festival, I think the recording quality is not that great, but I think it’s at least useful for a memory of the event! The first song is called “Ai (Love)”. Thank you for listening even a little bit, if you have time!
Lately, I’ve been starting to look around for live music opportunities around Oregon (and might be open to Washington, as well)! Like my friend Andrew Nagatori termed it (who I recommend for live sound and audio in general), I generally like to do live music for no charge.
I have a portable, humble sound system ready to go and many original songs. The musical genre of what I play varies a bit, but the live music usually involves vocals, acoustic guitar, and automated drums.
I generally like to use acoustic guitar for live events, but I also like to play piano if one is available! I have many guitar and piano-based songs.
Thankful for the opportunity to play some songs at the Fall Festival 2022 at church! Thank You, Lord, for carrying me through the songs! Thank you also to everyone who came to the festival and also to everyone who helped out! 🍂
I’m hoping to make some of the song recordings from the event available online in the near future. It’s humbling to listen to the recordings, though, because I hear some missed lyrics and missed notes… but I also hear some encouraging things, as well!
Wanted to let you know that I’m planning to play some original songs of mine at a free, local music festival on Saturday, September 3 (during Labor Day weekend) from 1:30 to 2:15 pm at the Skamania County Fairgrounds.
I’m hoping to play a mix of both old and new songs, and I think this part of the festival is taking place outdoors (but if you have health concerns, please don’t feel compelled to come out!)
If you somehow have free time + interest, I would be glad to see familiar faces! 🎶
If you’re interested in going, I think the event organizers want attendees to register ahead of time before September 2 (though the registration is free). For this particular set, I think you would want to pick the “Saturday Daytime Only Attendance” (Free) by clicking on the green “Tickets” button on this page: