Tag Archives: drums

Bainbridge Kids Show!

I am super excited to announce that I’m playing with Johnny Bregar and the Country Dawgs at the Treehouse CafĂ© on Bainbridge Island on Sunday, March 20 at 10:30 a.m. I’ve yet to play this hot new venue on the island. It’s just a short walk from my house AND the show will be over by nap time. What could be better? If you’ve got kids and live on Bainbridge, I expect to see you there!

El Vez on ArtZone!

Did you miss it on TV? Don’t get Seattle TV stations? Now you can watch the episode here!


First gig with Johnny Bregar

Yesterday was my first gig with Johnny Bregar and the ______________ (we’re days from having a new name). We played in the UW Bookstore/Top Pot in Mill Creek. I didn’t really know what to expect and was a little nervous just to be on “stage” for the first time with 4 other people I’d never gigged with before. Wow! What a show. It didn’t matter that kids are a forgiving crowd, we hit it. It went really fast and we had to skip a song or two. The best part was looking out and seeing my kids singing along.

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Seattle Channel with El Vez

I just learned today that I’ll be backing the pop culture icon El Vez on the Seattle Channel’s Art Zone hosted by Nancy Guppy. We tape next Tuesday and it airs later that week. I’ll put up a link to the episode once it’s live. Until then, enjoy this video:

A Very Musical Christmas

Music was the theme this year for gifts for the boys. Here are some photos of them rocking out with uncle Jherek on Christmas Day in my dad’s studio.

Johnny Bregar show in Mill Creek

I’m excited to announce my first show with the Johnny Bregar Band this Saturday, January 8, at the Top Pot Doughnuts store in Mill Creek! I’ve been rehearsing with Johnny and the band for the last few months and I can’t wait to play my first-ever kids concert. The concert starts at 11:00 a.m. and is very definitely all ages! I hope to see you there!


Hey, you found me! I can’t believe I finally have a website for my drumming and teaching practice, but it’s really true. I’m still editing and figuring out exactly how I’m going to use the site, but I’m excited to have another outlet to talk about music. I’m not going to guarantee regular blog posts — I’ve seen too many broken promises on blogs — but I’ll keep my calendar and lesson info current and will attempt to keep the blog fresh too.