Wandering is a mile marker in my long journey with music. It's a reflection of the present moment, as well as the time that's passed since Kimbrough & Company's first studio LP Initial Public Offering in 2007. Incalculable changes have since transpired - the loss and emergence of loved ones, economic and political shifts, hardships, triumphs and the general ebb and flow of Chicago. Life, informed by an open, studious mind, is the major contributor to this album. Then, we have the great men and musicians who've contributed their invaluable time to make Wandering happen. Chris Carani deserves special mention for his arrangements, bass, voice and continued dedication to Kimbrough & Company. A constant inspiration, he's the only musician on this album who's also recorded on the Initial Public Offering. Ben Scholz, Chris Neal, Chris Mahieu and Kurt Schweitz all rose to the occasion on this recording. They produced beautiful music and played from their hearts. My gratitude to them is immeasurable. Our patient and knowledgeable engineer Dan Stock also deserves special accolades. The support of family, friends and fellow musicians is a blessing beyond measure. It's always difficult to compile the names of those who support and inspire in any artistic endeavor, because the muses can appear intermittently. However, thank you Mom, Ed Jicha, Mike Kimbrough, Dean Kimbrough, all the Kimbroughs, Larry Gray, John Moulder, The New Fuse, Sylvia Falkowski, Jennifer Burkhart, Anna Gaffney, all my guys in the Chi, and all the talented musicians who've performed with us throughout these years. This album is dedicated to loved ones recently lost - namely, my Father, Don Kimbrough, Grandmother, Madeline Frye and Aunt, Yvonne Ford. We hope you enjoy Wandering.