So I've been thinking about my best friend Daniel a lot these past few months and after all this time I still can't believe he's really gone. Not a day goes by where I don't think about him and I remember going to his funeral and seeing so many people grieving the loss of one person. It reminded me how much he impacted all the lives around him and I couldn't be more proud of him. Seeing all the people come together and support each other and all the stories on Daniel Townsend Memorial Page made me feel so lucky to know him. I love him so much. I would love to get this song professionally recorded but I couldn't wait to upload it. And to his family Kayley Galati Tina Townsend Paul Lamb Rachel Townsend I love you guys! Sorry I haven't kept in touch but I want you to know that I care about you so much! I hope you enjoy this!
So I'm trying to make more 8-bit songs and Megaman is the main influence for it. So the first 30 seconds is like the selection screen and after that it goes into the stage theme. So let me know what you think and bonus points if you get the reference!
So I've been writing about stuff that's been going on in my life recently. Sad to say it hasn't been too great lately. I know I don't really explain what some of these song titles mean but this one's about heartache. That's all I'll say.
So this is one of my favorite worship songs! I changed the key from the original and added some stuff of my own but it's mostly the same since it's perfect how it is. Feel free to sing along if you like. Let me know what you guys think!
Hey everyone! Here's a new song! It's been finished for a few months, i just never got around to recording it until now. I've been a little unmotivated the past couple months due to lack of inspiration and other various things. But now i'm really going to focus on getting more music written and getting back to doing what I love! So please listen and let me know what you think! It would mean so much to me!
This a cover of a Pocahontas medley I learned for a friend! It was arranged by Gijs van Winklehoff and I learned it completely by ear through a highly complex process I like to call "Trial and Error". Hope you guys like it and let me know what you think!