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Music Composition & Production




Original Compositions
Dark, Big & Heavy
Light, Small & Intimate

News & Updates
Here's a little Christmas music for you on solo guitar:


Folk: TroI produced the sophomore album from the Norwegian band FOLK, providing all the guitar work and programming on the tracks. Founders Odd Tore and Kristina Naglestad are very talented musicians and songwriters and it was a huge honor to be part of this project!

I've been playing lead guitar with John Schlitt & John Elefante individually, and for their Voices of Rock shows. We're playing songs from their days with Kansas, Head East, Petra, and Mastedon - plus a few other fun surprises. Watch for our upcoming shows in TN, KY, FL, CA and MI. Here's a clip of us playing a Kansas classic! (Sorry for the quality, it was shot on a fan's cellphone.)

In other news I'm completely re-writing my latest original orchestral piece called The Jericho Suite and I'm performing in my 5th season as a member of the Nashville Praise Symphony. Here's a pic with me and Candy Carson, wife of 2016 Republican Presidential candidate Ben Carson. She sat in with Orchestra at our concert at the Nashville Rescue Mission on December 14, 2015.


WHEN I SURVEY...
I wrote a cinematic, orchestral arrangement of the hymn "When I Survey The Wondrous Cross" which debuted at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, performed by the Nashville Praise Symphony. They went on to play the piece as part of their regular season program and ended up recording it as part of their CD "How Great Is Our God". Below is a video clip of the brass section recording the ending. (Tracked at historic RCA Studios in Nashville, TN.)


Here's the final recorded track of my arrangement of When I Survey The Wondrous Cross as performed by the Nashville Praise Symphony from their CD:



BIG ROCK
Here's me playing lead guitar with the John Schlitt Band in Lista, Norway.


PIXAR MEETS MEDICAL ANIMATION
I scored (and did all the sound design) for the three animated videos shown below. Instead of showing pre-existing client work in their medical video reels, the amazing guys at Ghost Productions think it's a lot more fun to make character animations (a la Pixar) where they break everyone's bones then surgically repair them.