Being in a wonderful place, personally, yet surprised by tragedy in the news makes me feel unsettled, confused; guilty. Another gun shooting at a school yesterday… While hanging out with friends last night, one of … Continue reading We need music more than guns; without art, we’d fall apart.
Hey Everyone, You might have noticed we are back in Canada after announcing that we would be spending the next six months on a cruise ship… Well, sometimes you’re the hammer and sometimes you’re the … Continue reading Sometimes you’re the hammer and sometimes you’re the nail
If I lost my iPhone, the person who found it could listen to dozens, maybe hundreds, of voice memos of my new song ideas. They would probably think, “This guy is the worst singer I’ve … Continue reading The Artist’s Gift of Seeing Potential
It took me a long time to realize the obvious: Bands and artists don’t burst onto the scene, even if it appears like they do. A teacher doesn’t become a principal–let alone the superintendent of … Continue reading Tortoise vs the Hare, Climb vs the Mountain
I was never a gifted athlete. In fact, when I first start Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu about 7 years ago I was the worst grappler at my club, and in many ways my experience on the mats was … Continue reading Beyond the mats: How lessons I learned through Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu helped me transform my music career
Of Gentlemen and Cowards has a song that we’ve been working on since the early days of Murphy Slaw, and “Song for You” has continued to see the light of day during our live sets … Continue reading Song for You: A continual work in progress
Hi Darryl. I’m starting a hockey team with hopes of one day contending for the Exclaim Cup. The team is called CCCP, and we’re aiming to capture some of the menace and excitement of the … Continue reading GTH – L.A.: A night in the life of two league ex-pats in Los Angeles