Growing up in a folkie household in the 1970s, I started on banjo at age nine, guitar at eleven, and piano at thirteen. In high school I started writing original songs and formed several bands, eventually going to college in New York City where I formed God Street Wine in 1988. From 1988 to 2004 music was my livelihood and today it remains my greatest joy.
Keep up with my occasional live performances.
My forthcoming acoustic album — the first new music I have released in 12 years.
My 2001 rock opera and stage musical, for kids and grownups alike.
A second double-CD rock opera, more adult than Henry’s House, inspired by Greek mythology, the novels of Philip Dick, and the fraught politics of 2001-2003.
My longtime band, the sole focus of my 20s and early 30s, nowadays a rare pleasure to be savored occasionally.