Doubt to Destiny
New on the music scene but not new to songwriting, this mature singer/songwriter gleans from a wealth of life experiences and crafts lyrics that cut to the heart of love, loss, learning, and loving again. In a mix of masterfully blended musical styles, with vocals that deliver from blues to rock to pop to country, this is an album that is a long-awaited accomplishment. The journey is told in snapshots of life and love beginning with humorous depictions of breakups in "Squeeze" (known by some as the "juice machine" song) and "What'd Ya Do?", and a song rich in metaphors, "Take the Roses". Moving on from "Doubt to Destiny", songs of new love, old love, unrequited love, and desired love take the listener to the new path where there's "Nothin' Wrong With My Heart" and a spiritual awakening expressed in "I'm Aware" and "Rabbit Hole Dream". Every person who has ever loved or longed for love will find something personal with which to relate in many of these powerful and rich songs.