Month: February 2018

Meet the band.

Forty-five minutes later, Billy and his players joined me by the exit doors. A grin stretched my face. “Great set, Billy.” I nodded to the girl in the white tank top. “Truly epic opening.” She graced me with a wintry smile, the

A little glimpse of Quinn

The girl could play. Quinn’s eyes were huge and dark, her nose narrow and petite.  There was probably a touch of Asian ancestry there. If she smiled, I was sure it would transform her face for the better. Still, she was gorgeous. The blouse she

Ed gets carried away working on his music mix after hours.

Excerpt from Strange Tidings: Throbbing chords filled me, swirling and building. The short, fierce piece was a perfect finale to my mix of progressive rock, metal, and alternative. I left the genre-less hip-hop, stained with corporate agendas, moldering in the city ruins. This