The Bad Eskimo
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The Bad Eskimo


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PSYCHADELICATE is my 9 song debut album as a Singer Songwriter. I am also in the works of releasing 'The Bad Eskimo EP' (i.e. BEEP).

Singles on Demo:
- The MidDay Stranger
- Ice Age
- The King Of Clubs


Feeling a bit camera shy


My main influences are:
David Bowie (circa 66'-71'), Sly and the Family Stone, Joe Pass, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Dylan, Nick Drake, Ben Harper, Josh Homme, The Pretty Things, John Frusciante, Supertramp (circa 70'-72'), Four Tet, etc.

I believe that performing as The Bad Eskimo (pseudo costumed) is my niche. I want to bring back the true Rock Opera, giving the audience something more than just a guy and a guitar on stage.

I was born in San Franicsco in 1986 to parents with careers in design and architecture. As a high energy kid, I suprisingly could manage to sit for long periods of time drawing animation figures. As I became interested in music and studied guitar, I found that same calm thrill of being in a creative mode.

Through the years our family moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles to Memphis to Bloomfield Hills Michigan, and finally to Las Vegas.

During high school in Michigan, I worked at Axis Music Academy as a guitar instructor. As the founding member and rythm guitarist of a band called Sheer Funk & Misery, we produced a CD and enjoyed local success.

After graduation I went to Chapman University in Orange, California. Business and economics classes were not as stimulating as I'd hoped, though songwriting and singing were.

Supported performances at many open mike nights and coffee houses in California and Vegas as The Bad Eskimo, confirmed my future direction.

Other than music my passsions include, post modern philosophy, cooking , and animation illustration, still.

In July 2007 I am moving back to Los Angeles to pursue music business opportunities.