December 5, 2016-ANOTHER UPDATE.

December 5, 2016-Here's another video of Terry Ilous and I singing "Inside Out" and also another from the same tour with Eddie Money.

November 2, 2016

August 28, 2016

June 1, 2016-NEW COVER SONG!

May 6, 2016-HAPPY NEW YEAR (a little late)!

August 19, 2015

August 17, 2015

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April 15, 2015

April 4, 2015

March 22, 2015

February 7, 2015

January 22, 2015

January 6, 2015

October 14 2014

July 25 2014

Facebook Likes Milestone!


July 2 2014

As I announced back in March...

 

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January 14, 2014
News Flash: Terri Lane Goes Back to School. I always planned to go back to school to get my Music degree, and I start that journey now at Southern Connecticut State University as a Music major. =:)

January 10, 2014

September 6, 2013

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August 11 , 2013

Hello everybody! Sometime in the future, I'm going to be posting my story on Facebook about the child abuse I suffered when I was a child and through my teen years (it's been a tough story to write and it's taking time). I'm not going to wait until my CD comes out and use it as some kind of publicity ploy. The gift that I was born with, my musical ability and voice, has carried me through all the pain and suffering, and that is why I must try to... reach as many people in the world that I can with my music and through performing. Helping a child or adult who is going through or who has gone through any kind of abuse or bullying, and letting my life be proof that they can live a beautiful, full life and survive is the whole point of my being on this planet. In the past several years, I have met several young people who were being abused by a parent, and it meant the world to me that they trusted me and came to me for help and guidance.

If anyone thinks that the incredible musicians that are guesting on "The Truth" is about name-dropping - all I can say is please don't. Through the magic of the universe and my beliefs, these wonderful people are coming into my life and becoming of part of this journey with me, which of course will help me reach more people, and that's the most important thing.

Please share this status on your Facebook Timelines, and ask everyone you know to "like" my page if they want to help raise awareness about and prevent child abuse, and be a part of my musical and life journey. I promise to rock you all with all my heart and soul, and some of you can attest that I do just that live. I'm in the studio now putting the final tweaks on the first five tracks for the CD; getting closer all the time. Peace & Love to you! =:)

July 27 , 2013

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May 26, 2013

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April 7, 2013

I need to figure out how to have my Facebook Page updates post here - hard to keep up with myself these days!

As of this year, I am immersed in music full-time, as my teaching and music careers have grown to the point where that is now my main focus in life. Dreams do come true! I am now expanding my private teaching reach, and have posted that info here.

As I posted on Facebook recently, I had the incredible honor or working with Harry Connick, Jr. in February. He wrote a special song as a tribute to the victims and families of the Newtown tragedy, and I am so grateful to able to be a part of it. When the song is released, I will post all the info here and on FB.

I expect to have the first tracks from "The Truth" completed sometime this fall, FINALLY! I had to put my beloved music career aside due to economic and other constraints, but I have kept my focus on the positive and overcome all obstacles once again.

Final news that is very sad for me to report - my beloved feline companion, Sammy, passed away on 2/25/13 due to the negligence over time of his vet, whom I trusted. Sam was my first pet, and I loved him as if he was my own child. We had an incredible bond, and my home is a lonely place these days without him. I am still trying to get over what happened, but my friends have been wonderfully supportive. I did not know this, but the vet had some serious disciplinary action taken against him in the past few years by the CT Department of Health, and had I checked into this beforehand, I would never had taken Sammy to him. Still, he made me believe that everything was fine with Sammy, and he was very wrong and used terrible judgment. I am taking the steps necessary to report him, and hopefully there will be some kind of justice for Sammy. I have lost people tragically in my family which I have spoken openly about, and they had personal problems that caused their early deaths. Sammy was an innocent and loving creature, and I took the best care of him. He even had health insurance! He should have lived to be an old kitty, but instead he lost his life at the age of 12 1/2.

April 2, 2013

I'm learning to use Cakewalk's Sonar recording software program, so I'll be posting MP3s of the songs I'm creating as learning projects, just for fun. Will be a variety of covers from artists and genres I like...will be working on my CD, too...I'm listening to the tracks to see what still needs to be done to make them perfect and ready for you to hear. =:)

March 24, 2013

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February 23, 2013

Last night, I had the privilege of taking part in the recording of a special song with Harry Connick, Jr. Along with 35 of the best singers in the region, I was part of small gospel choir doing backups for a new song Harry has written. I can't say too much about this project right now, but as soon as he gives us the okay, I will post the info here. The guy is something else to say the least - so incredibly talented, but also just as down-to-earth as anybody can be. My longtime friend and colleague Vic Steffens, co-partner of Elm City Music/EMI, was the producer. We had a very special time working with Harry - and I can't wait to share the final results with you!

February 4, 2012

At long last, I am back in the recording studio working on "The Truth". Life tooks some hard twists and turns, but everything is back in a good place. The CD is going to be something, with the guest players and the magic surrounding me, plus some other things going on that I can't yet mention - I am psyched. It may be a good thing that I had to wait this long to get this thing done.

In the last year, I became Instructor of Voice at the University of New Haven, which is not only a privilege but a JOY! I always wanted to teach in this capacity, and now I am. I give private voice lessons to music students there, and even students with other majors. I also teach privately here and there when my schedule allows. Loving it.

March 5, 2011

Way too long since I posted an update!

I'm hoping to give this site an overhaul in the next several months. It's time to upgrade it as more and more Myspace is looking like it's going to be shuttering its doors soon, and it is no longer a place for musicians to network with the people they care about - their fans. Having a central location to rely on will be more important than ever for this rockchick, because I'm planning for a lot of positive change. While the economy is still preventing a lot of us from moving forward in life, I'm hoping that will change sometime this year for me, so I can finally release the first single from "The Truth". We can't stay down forever, right? Eventually things have to start improving, but it's up to us to change things. It used to be a government for the people here in America, but now I think the People have to be For the People, unified as one regardless of race, religion, sexual preference or anything else. We are humans living on a fragile planet, so let's get together in peace, love and harmony and change our worlds together.

Hit me up on Facebook; I keep an open forum there with questions, and lots of sharing of ideas and normal, everyday fun. And if you go to my new ReverbNation page, you'll finally hear a mid-production mix of that aforementioned first single; it's called "Free Now". The quality is about half of what it will be once it's finished being mixed and mastered, but you'll get the song in your head I hope regardless. The players on it are: Chris Bickley on guitar, Eric Klaastad on bass, Bobby "T" Torello on drums, Vic Steffens on Keys/Production, and Chris McCarvill on background vocals.

June 15, 2010

UPDATE: THE T-SHIRT IS NOW SOLD OUT.

The Limited Edition Terri Lane t-shirt is available at a new lower price of just $5.00 plus shipping and handling. It is also now available for international shipments! Please take advantage of the low price and get this high-quality shirt to help support my efforts to bring you the music I've been working so hard on. You can order it securely through PayPal here, and you do not need a PayPal account to order. I include a couple of free terrilanerocks.com bumper stickers as well (while supplies last), and I sign the back of one of them for you, as many people have requested that at live shows. If you want a shirt signed, you can request it in the comments section when you place your order. Fabric pens aren't the greatest, but I'll do my best! =:)

With players such as Chris Slade (AC/DC, The Firm, Michael Schenker), Eric Klaastad (Cyndi Lauper, Billy Joel), Scott Spray (Johnny Winter, Edgar Winter), and Bobby "T" Torello (Thunderhead, Johnny Winter, Michael Bolton) appearing on the tracks for my forthcoming CD, they not only sound awesome, but you can hear how much each player put into the songs. These tracks were recorded live in the studio, meaning all the players recorded the rhythm tracks together in one room, and the vibe was incredible. It's the only way I'll record, and I'm fortunate to call these guys my friends and to have their support on my journey. More guest stars will be joining me for future recordings. Also, I will be posting a sneak preview of a few of the tracks soon on MySpace and Facebook! I also want to state that no autotuning or devices of ANY KIND were used, nor ever will be used to record these tracks or when I perform live. I am STRONGLY against the use of these devices whether in the studio or live, as I think it cheats every fan to the max!!!! If you can't sing it, learn how to, or else don't do it at all. It really gets me that some people are making so much money and are faking their way through the entire process. ARRGGH!!!

Okay, I'm done ranting. The first single is called "Free Now" and will most likely now be released near the end of summer 2010. Economic hardships are hitting many across the board, including myself. Since my fan base is increasing by the day all over the world (which is amazing considering I don't have a product out there yet, but I've certainly been working hard all these years), I want very badly to let everyone hear what I've been working on all this time. I am aggressively scouting for management now, as on the business side of things I have taken things as far as I can. The first five tracks are nearly done being mixed, and we are also tweaking a few of the guitar tracks as they are not where we want them to be. As for the video, I am wanting to secure sponsorship from a beer company for it, and I have selected the company I want to produce the video. I need lots of good luck to make all this happen, and to help make this plan of mine come to fruition. Booking shows has been put on the back burner for now, although many venues have been contacted, so it's just a matter of time and all other personal matters being sorted out.

As for the journey I'm on, I need to say here what I've hinted about on MySpace in my bio. People have been writing me emails in droves telling me how much they love my songs and my voice, but also that they are getting the message. I was a victim of horrific child abuse for years, but survived it to become a strong, stable and highly accomplished woman in many ways. Through the gift I was given of my voice, I have been and want to continue to be a voice and an advocate for neglected and abused children. I am a completely honest person; I never lie. One day in the future, I am going to tell my story to you about what I went through. Throughout my life, the people closest to me have hurt and nearly destroyed me with their lies and anger. From the time I was very little, I saw things no child should ever see, but I overcame it all. The message I want to get out there through my music and through my voice is that people need to recognize what abuse looks like when it's standing in front of them; and that anyone (child or adult) that is going through something horrible like neglect or abuse of any kind, that there is help out there for them and there are people they can trust. And I'm not going to tell this story on Oprah some day! I will tell it in my own way, and not in a way to garner publicity like so many do. "The Truth" will be known to everyone while I'm in the process of making this CD. I am not here to become a diva or some primadonna rock star. I was given this voice for a reason larger than that - and I went through what I went through for a reason too, so please help support me as I try to be a voice for the children, and for anyone that has suffered this way. As someone once said, every survivor needs to tell their story to help someone else survive to tell their own.

Peace & Love to everyone!

March 29, 2010

The first single from "The Truth" is going to be hitting the web and everywhere else soon. I don't have a release date yet, but it's going to be before the summer. A video for the single, which is called "Free Now" is also in the works. Final mixes are being done on the first five tracks. Then time will tell - if the first single does well, we'll release another, then continue recording the rest of the CD. It's all looking good from here.

Booking shows right now in the Northeast.

January 26 , 2010

A belated Happy New Year to everyone! May all the good souls of the world see better times this year; it certainly has been a tough several years for so many, and it's time for some positive change to take place.

I'm just giving a brief update as time is short - the Rock4Xmas tour was wonderful, although there was some terrible weather during it. We still had great turnouts at the shows, and it was beyond a pleasure to work with all the great musicians involved. There are many photos of the shows, and hopefully I can get some up on here before the spring.

The first five tracks for my CD are beyond amazing. I know a lot of people say that about their music, but I've really got something special here. Aside from the musicians I was able to work with on it (and will continue to in the future), the songs themselves have evolved and are better than I ever imagined in my head. There is much more to do on the CD, but right now we are talking about when the first single will be released. Timing is everything right now; the music business is once again evolving, so I'm trying to be patient. It will be a joyful day when the first single comes out, and hopefully it will do well enough so that this thing can really begin to fly around the world.

December 2 , 2009

It's time to Rock4Xmas!!!

November 1 , 2009

As I posted last time (gee, it was a while ago), my career has been growing, as has been my fan base, so that means I've been spending more time trying to manage things. There comes a time when you have to realize you can't do it all...and I'm there. So, it's time to find an agent/manager.

Lots of things happened this year - Vic Steffens and I are nearly finished mixing the first five tracks for my CD, "The Truth". I've been keeping a blog on both my Facebook and MySpace pages, so I apologize for not updating here - see what I mean? Too many things... Here's a link to the blog on MySpace so you can see who's played on the tracks so far. I also worked with the guys from the Monsters of Classic Rock again over the 4th of July weekend in Atlantic City (fabulous), and had Chris Slade and Scott Spray in the studio recording drums and bass for "The Truth" right after, which was awesome to say the least.

I will once again be joining the Rock4Xmas tour next month. Rock4Xmas has grown tremendously, so there will be more show dates this year. Eddie Money is the headliner once again, and I will be his guest background vocalist again, along with recording artists Kelly Keeling and Terry Ilous. Eddie will be debuting a brand new Christmas song at these shows - he just finished recording the track in Los Angeles. A lot of people sent me cheers in regard to my stint with Eddie last year, and I have to say the crowd went crazy when we did "Take Me Home Tonight" together. It's going to be great to do Rock4Xmas again bigger and better. The dates and all the info about the acts is posted on my Gigs page. Please also visit the Rock4Xmas page to purchase a Rock4Xmas CD and merchandise, and help us bring even more joy to needy families this holiday season.

If you've been keeping tabs on me, you know my health has been a concern for some time now as a result of working in a very unhealthy place up until last year. I got sick once again this past Spring, and it was a very serious scare this time. The good news is that, after lots of needles and tests and trips to the hospital, I am OKAY. I was sick, but it was looking like it was something terrible, and thank goodness it wasn't. I know karma was on my side once again, and I've been taking extra good care of myself since. After all, I've a CD to promote and lots of touring in my future, as well as other things...mostly just trying to live a happy and long life.

For the present, I am working with my guitarist Chris Bickley on reforming the live band, and it also shouldn't be long before the first single from the CD is released. Chris has also been working with Bulletproof Guitars on a new fretboard design - it's his own idea and we just got word that the first prototype has been completed. I can't say more than that right now, but for more info about them, visit their site. We love them and are proud to be endorsed by them!

I had the privilege of meeting all the guys from Three Dog Night this summer - I could write and write about this - they are one of my biggest musical influences, and I was invited back to another of their shows after I'd seen them here in CT. I had a nice chat with Corey Wells, and a few of the other guys at dinner. I am even still freaking about seeing Mike Allsup perform and then having drinks with him, holy shit! I want to mention that their bass player, Paul Kingery, is actually a singer and guitarist with his own band in Detroit - he's amazing, not only as a human, but as an artist. Please check out his band, Blue Bang Theory.

On a sad note, I lost a friend in January to suicide. Her name was MJ, and I met her back in 2000 when I was inquiring about yoga classes. She was a deeply spiritual and uplifting person, but also suffered from clinical depression for a long time. It got to be too much for her, and I was devastated to hear what happened. She was very close to my best gal pal, and we've been working through our pain together. I also found out a popular musician from our area got diagnosed with cancer in November 2008, and even though he was initially given a good prognosis, it turned out not to be the case, and tragically he passed away in March. He was talking to us for a while about joining my live band, and then this happened...his name was Steve Shore, and he was a planet unto himself, so much energy! People are still leaving messages on his MySpace page; he was just unique and truly a good man. I actually used to go see his band Cryer back when I was still underage, but getting into clubs anyway. Then one day not too long ago, I got an email from him about joining my band, and we'd talk for hours...even though I only knew him for a short time, it only took a short time to learn what I'd heard for so long about him - he was great.

To top all this off, I had an even more painful loss - my dear and beloved grandmother, Bernice. She was my everything, and the closest family I had left. There is so much I could tell you about her...perhaps one day I will be able to write to you about her. I take after her in many ways. She always said I got my strength from her, and some other things, too. My dear Grammy...I loved her so completely and madly. She didn't have it easy in her long life of 94 years, but when we were together, it was happy times and the days were overflowing with love. Nothing was left unsaid between us. She knew me through and through, and there were no secrets between us. I am lucky to have had her as family. She was my mother, father, grandmother, my best friend. I will honor her every day by being the person she taught me to be.

January 22 , 2009

HAPPY NEW YEAR! I'm way behind in posting pictures and updates - I've a backlog from last summer! But I've good reason, things are blowing up in a very positive way. The traffic on my MySpace page has grown quite a bit in just the last few months, which is testament to the growth I'm experiencing. And in these economic times, I've just been giving away t-shirts - it's so awesome to see the changes happening before my eyes, and to also be a part of the rebirth of America, as well as the evolution taking place in the music business.

I want to send a special shout out to all the people that were in attendance at the Rock4Xmas and Monsters of Classic Rock shows. I will be posting a blog shortly on my MySpace page to get everybody clued in to my gossip - I posted a teaser last night. You don't have to be a member of MySpace to read them, so feel free to visit any time. I'm also behind in email replies, so just know I'm working hard on my CD, but I will answer them all; do not hesitate to write me here or at MySpace.

Speaking of the CD, it's going to be a work of art for sure with special guests appearing as players on it. It is going to be called "The Truth"; there is no release date yet, but the beginning tracks will be made available as soon as possible. For me, this is the most special time of my life - and it's only beginning. I am so fortunate to have such great people in my camp, and I love my fans - you come in all ages, which is AWESOME! Thanks for hanging in there with me...it's wonderful to hear how I lift you up - you do the same for me.

November 29, 2008

PLEASE SEE THE GIGS PAGE FOR SOME VERY SPECIAL SHOWS!

September 16, 2008

T-shirts will now be sold at every gig for $10 - buy one and get a free CD demo sampler and bumper sticker. Can't get to a gig? YOU CAN BUY IT NOW!

July 18, 2008

I am proud to announce that I will be headlining on August 30 at a special event to benefit the Connecticut affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®. More gigs have also been scheduled in the tri-state area and more are coming - please come out and rock with me!

May 29, 2008

I'm finally completely well! Only bad news to report is that, due to economic problems at the club, my show date for May 31 had to be cancelled. Gas prices are hitting us all where we live, literally. I wish election day was next Tuesday! All we can do is hope that a change in the White House will be what America needs to turn things around. My neighbor's home across the street is now under foreclosure, and I've never seen more 'for sale' signs in my life.

May 14, 2008

Still getting over pneumonia, but here's some of the news:

TERRI LANE QUITS HER DAY JOB!

TERRI LANE IS HITTING THE ROAD.

More live shots from 2006 and my last Toad's Place show have been added.

April 11, 2008

Just a quick update that I'm suffering from pneumonia, so I had to cancel the next show I had scheduled for April 19, but I'll be back in gear soon. I'll have photos posted from the last show at Toad's Place shortly, and will have more shows and studio time booked as soon as I'm better.

March 12, 2008

Okay, so I just can't let the Superbowl go...I wore a different Giants jersey or shirt for ten days afterward. I'm still getting voice mails and emails from my friends - nobody can stop talking about it. The love is BIG for our team!

Magic is happening in the studio - there is no other word for it. It seems that I'm making something wonderful happen, and I am enjoying every second. I'm not going to say that I can't wait for it to be finished, because the entire process is one that I truly enjoy, like everything else connected to making music. I'm sort of in awe of the drum tracks as well - my drummer Dave Puzzo has amazing timing and he just put everything he had into it, and Chris Bickley is adding his lead guitar tracks shortly. I'm not done with my vocals yet, still have a bit more to do on the first five songs, but three of them are 'in the can'. I'll be hiring a gospel choir for at least one track, because I think it'll be beautiful to have them on it, and I've also got to get a a couple of other voices in there to add a few more background vocal tracks to mine. After all the overdubs are done, we'll mix, and then these tracks will be made available to the world.

I'm working on a bunch of other things, but if you know me, you know I won't say anything until it's reality.

I had the honor of seeing Johnny Winter live again - this time I got to be a spectator at Toad's Place in New Haven after opening for him to an almost sold-out crowd there, and I've made some new and wonderful friends in the process. Scott Spray, Johnny's bassist, will do me the honor of playing on my CD at some point this summer when I am working on the next batch of tracks. I've also made the acquaintance of his manager and guitarist Paul Nelson, who has the sweetest Strat sound I ever heard. After that show, I was put on the guest list for their next show at Mohegan Sun's Wolf Den, and wow...like I said before, if you haven't seen Johnny lately, go before this legend stops hitting the road for good.

February 3, 2008

How can I describe the feeling - even though I spent thirteen hours in the recording studio yesterday making absolute magic happen, and knowing how blessed I am to be where I am and to be able to see my dreams coming to life - that still cannot top the joy, the happiness, the absolute LOVE I have for my New York Giants team - for having the heart and soul of champions - they are now THE WORLD CHAMPS!!! This night my best friend and guitarist Chris and I watched Superbowl XLII with about 150 other Giants fans as well as a good number of Patriots fans at a local watering hole, and we experienced the total domination of the Giants, taking apart the team that was 18-0 with an ALMOST perfect season - "all together as one", to WIN SUPERBOWL XLII and become SUPERBOWL CHAMPIONS!!!

Those last two and half minutes were pure agony - I myself was in tears and shaking from the emotions of it, but play after play, they got it done, even after New England scored a touchdown and it seemed we were doomed - but we had three timeouts left and a helluva quarterback - and this game is now the biggest upset in Superbowl history. When Plaxico Burress scored the game-winning touchdown with 35 seconds to go in the game, the Blue Turtle erupted - and we were screaming and hugging and jumping up and down with everyone - and there were some tears of joy. In that final possession by the Patriots, the defense foiled them again - Tom Brady threw hail mary's to no avail. And once that 4th down play was over, bedlam ensued, and I was picked up by so many people and swung around over and over again - crying, laughing - hands on our heads in total disbelief that our team - who nobody believed had any shot at all - made it happen. FINAL SCORE: NY GIANTS 17, NE PATRIOTS 14.

I was born a Giants fan, my family all came here from New York City as immigrants, and my love for the G-Men is beyond words, as well as for the great city they represent. This game of football, like most sports, is just a heartstopping, moment to moment game where anything can happen. But one thing I have always believed and quoted are the words of the legendary Terry Bradshaw - DEFENSE WINS CHAMPIONSHIPS. Doesn't hurt to have a great offense either, and a great quarterback, and great coaching...

My love to all the Giants fans out there - this is a joyous day for us all!

January 20, 2008

My New York Giants are going to Superbowl XLII - WAHOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Almost gave me a heart attack, but I LOVE THEM - birth to earth!!!!!

January 14, 2008

I've just booked new studio dates for February and March to continue tracking the first five songs for my solo CD. I also have more live shows in the works, and am a very happy New York Giants fan, so 2008 is getting off to a great start!

December 26 , 2007

Just confirmed a new show...hoping for more to report soon. Happy Holidays to all!

November 7 , 2007

So much is going on I can hardly keep up, or keep standing up for that matter (nyuk nyuk) - the first five basic tracks we put down were quick and easy, except we are redoing the rhythm guitar tracks because the sound wasn't right, so that is on the horizon. Then I'll do overdubs, vocals, etc. Aside from that I'm busy booking more live shows, some of which will be video-recorded for a future DVD release, getting healthier, and announcing that Ron Keel has finally released 'Ron Keel - The Ultimate Video Collection' on DVD as well as 'Ron Keel - The Ultimate Collection Double CD', both of which I make appearances on, including videos for IronHorse that you have never seen. I'll give you some inside info on the one I'm in - I had NO idea it was going to happen and I'd been out late doing the town in Nashville with RLK and a bunch of really awesome musicians, went into the studio the next morning, with Kevin Beamish at the controls, totally bleary-eyed and having a bad hair day (HA!) - and NOT expecting a friggin' camera to be stuck in my face for the whole day - lights, camera, ACK!!!!! Even funnier, the video producer, who has produced a slew of great videos that you know very well from MTV/VH1 Classic and beyond - said "you have incredible lips". Well, gee, thanks? Actually, I thought it was great. The CD collection has a previously unreleased IronHorse track that I have had being previewed on my Tunes page, so now you can get it and all the other cool stuff from Mr. Keel in one 'ultimate' package. I'm actually waiting for my copies to arrive...

So although I've been rather quiet...I've not been idle!!!! I wish I could tell you everything, but some things need to stay hush for now...

July 22 , 2007

Where have I been? Recuperating! Yes...I had been travelling, was very run down, caught a virus that wreaked havoc on my body and lungs, so I've been down for a while, but I'm completely well now. Was a bit nervous there, it got pretty bad, but luckily I had a great doctor treating me, so I'm done with it. However, while the meds did make me well, they also had a negative effect on me so that I have to work hard to get my body back into the condition it was in before I got sick. I also could not speak with more than a croak for a while and that had me worrying on whether or not I would get it back. I did, but again, I have to get everything back into tip-top shape.

In the meantime, I may as well let the cat out of the proverbial bag - I will be heading into the studio August 25 to begin recording my FIRST SOLO CD!!! I can finally say that and it feels wonderful...I played to an almost sold-out crowd in January at the legendary Toad's Place here in New Haven, and there were also some key previous shows, which led me to being able to make that announcement. There are other plans in the works with relation to the record and it's distribution, but I am in the beginning stages and would rather say more when things are more solidified. I plan to release a live concert DVD as well. The album will be called "The Truth", after the title track (go to my Tunes page for the demo of that song if you haven't heard it already).

My band will begin pre-production rehearsals shortly, so no gigs for now. In the meantime, I'll be hard at work in the gym and at home getting myself back into perfect form, and ready for anything and everything to come my way (and yours)!

February 19 , 2007

The photos are up from the Johnny Winter show - the best show we have ever had! This was a night to remember, and it will give birth to a major announcement in the coming months. Sign up on the Contact page so you can be the first to hear the exciting news when it's made public.

January 9 , 2007

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Where did 2006 go? I feel like I made some strides this past year, but nothing ever moves fast enough for me in regard to production and making things happen in my music life. It's not an easy thing being a solo artist, but I will keep soldiering on.

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