I am a singer/songwriter from the Athens, Georgia area and have been performing live for over 30 years. I write songs about God, family, friends, love and everything in between. I was a member of the Piano Player's Guild of America by the age of 9, was singing live onstage by the age of 10. I joined my first band as a drummer at the age of 13 and another band as a bass player at the age of 17. Following high school I provided special music (solo vocals) on a 3 month evangelistic revival tour of the Midwest and Northeast. The highlight of this tour was being the main featured artist at a church convention in Indianapolis where I performed to a crowd of several thousand and was broadcast live on radio. I have performed on numerous television/radio shows as a featured artist and spent some time as a morning drive-time DJ and producer for an Athens radio station. I was also a band leader (singer/guitarist) for several praise and worship bands, played drums or guitar in other bands, ran sound at several churches, and continued to improve my skills as a musician. In 2004 I recorded and produced my first album where I had written the majority of the songs. This album was also my first time working with talented Nashville session musicians. The title track "Ain't It Wonderful" was released as a single and received moderate airplay on Gospel/Country radio throughout the Southeast. Along with my original songs, this album included covers by Keith Urban, Mercy Me, Lonestar and Ray Boltz. In 2008 I was a featured artist in VOICE Magazine where I talked about my previous albums and the work I was doing at that time as band leader (singer/guitarist) for The ZONE; a youth outreach ministry just outside of Athens, Georgia. I continue to do solo projects as well as Wildcat Bridge projects for the unique and exciting challenges that each presents.