Thursday, July 5, 2018

Not Dead Yet

Hey Everyone,

Once again, thank you to what is now the few close friends following my activity as a musician.

I took a little hiatus to work life out. No small task, but I feel good going forward.

Look for this site to disappear sometime soon, and become more of a hub for Within a Reverie's social media presence. You'll be able to easily access our content through this site, or discover something that maybe you didn't know we are doing.

If it's something Within a Reverie is up to, it'll be linked here.

Otherwise, please have fun exploring the links once we transition to the other webpage format.


Within a Reverie

Sunday, May 28, 2017

Within a Reverie on "Catch" Mixtape

Hey Everyone,

Just a quick post to let you know that a few Within a Reverie tunes were included on the mixtape for Knox College's Catch literary magazine.

Check us out, along with the other artists, here.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

May Update

Hey There!

Been toying around with Dreamhost's Remixer site building service with mixed results. At the moment, I am debating whether I want to maintain a full-blown site or keep a splash page with links to select social media platforms.

We'll see. Whatever I decide, it'll happen sometime in June, and then we'll be jumping head-first into some projects that I've been piecing together for some time.


Have a great weekend, people.

PS. RIP Mr. #Allman. Big loss in the music world today. :-(

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Web Stuff

Still in the process of deciding on a website building service. More soon, including a couple recordings of guitar ensemble pieces. :-)

Happy March everyone!

Sunday, December 11, 2016


Hey Everyone,

First, let me thank the few people encouraging me to keep going. Without you guys, I wouldn't even have bothered to post this.

Okay. In the next, say, 6 months or so, I'll be working on revamping this website from the blogspot clusterf*** that it is to something more modern and suited to what I'd like to do with my website. Not to bash Blogger, but it's old, outdated, and I had to MacGyver the crap out of it to turn several blogs into a cohesive site. I know it wasn't meant to be a full-on website platform, but hey, I did what I wanted to get what I wanted out of it and it served its purpose for a while.

Anyway, what you see as of the time of this post will be around for a bit longer as I re-vamp things with a new site building service. But I thought I'd go ahead and mention this, because I am looking forward to reviving this sleeping giant in a way that is manageable. Wish me luck.



Friday, January 15, 2016


Man, lots of sad news lately.

Rest in Peace Mr. Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead), Mr. Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots), and Mr. David Bowie.

And for that matter, let's remember some of the greats we lost earlier last year as well:

Chris Squire (Yes), James Horner (film), BB King, and Percy Sledge.

Here's hoping 2016 holds on to more of our music legends for a bit longer.

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

R.I.P or Evolution?

Hi everyone,

Once again, there has been what I can only call a sea change in regard to how I see music fitting into my life. This time, my decision reflects the only option that remains feasible after much reflection. In the past couple years, repeated personal challenges have left me nearly unable to work on music in all areas—composing, performing, teaching, practicing, recording. There have been very difficult emotional challenges involved in the struggle to continually carve out and maintain a space for what is fundamentally necessary for my own happiness.

I have realized, though, that the one way for Within a Reverie projects to continue is to scale back what had been an unwieldy scope for a single person. To be clear, I will still be working on the projects outlined in our timeline section, but in order to feel like progress is being made, I will be releasing one or two songs at a time, and potentially from different projects before an entire collection is complete. In a way, it will be like putting a large puzzle together.

The main reason for this decision is that I am far more able to mentally construct a “project” out of a song or two and see it through to the end. So, for the foreseeable future, I will be recording songs that are already completely composed and releasing them when they are done being mixed. My hope is that I will be able to actually accomplish much more this way, without feeling the pressure of writing and recording entire albums all at once.

So, to the handful of people who have been following Within a Reverie, and especially to those who have literally voiced their support to me, that’s the format from here on out. I’m hoping this means we can all look forward to more music released, more frequently.

Thanks for your support.