A Postcard Hello
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A Postcard Hello


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One self-recorded / self-released (limited edition) EP; 'Playing to a Crowd of One'. Its 50 copy release sold out in a show, and has had a few 'burned for special occassion' copies passed out to friends and fans that have been with me since the beginning.



Just close your eyes. Envision a world where nothing seems right, yet everything feels like one day it could reach Utopia. Picture the people you love and even complete strangers, and in looking at them see the aura of possibility. The possibility to be anything at all, good or bad, wherever your heart may truly carry you. That is what its is all about. A youthful idealism that has carried through 24 years of physical experience and a thousand lifetimes of wisdom.

Now look into the eyes of the lover you have never told you love, and as your soul screams to say it, hold back forever.


A Postcard Hello is an acoustic singer/songwriter hailing originally from a small town in Southern Illinois. The Home of Superman -- Metropolis in the flesh; bore and bred this child with bright eyes, captivated by the stars; whose heart dances only in the brightest, most brilliant of moon lights.

Armed with metaphors and an empathetic soul, his lyrics are most always witty and inspirational and are overlain simple yet powerful guitar licks with no real style as his template; intertwined with vocals ranging from 'Johnny Cash' lows to 'Justin Timberlake' highs. Each song written is another gathered puzzle piece... yet each collective, album-promising group only patterns a small segment of the painting of his life.

His only fear is that he will not live up to his own standards. The impossible high... he'll settle for no less


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