Feedback from Fans 

"It was pure delight playing on these pieces of yours. They are majestic, funky and intelligently composed." Grammy-nominated guitarist Phil Keaggy.

“I had fun with this!” Tony Levin

"Imagine medieval monks channeling King Crimson and you have Gregorian Rock, a downright uplifting mix of ancient chants and modern prog rock." San Antonio Express-News 

“I love Gregorian (chant) but after a while it gets a little boring but with your underlying rock instrumentals it really brings it to life. Who'd a thunk. Genius, really, GENIUS.” Rick Davis

Bio, short version  

Once upon a time, a friend of a friend invited me to play keyboards in his country band. I had no experience (classically trained) nor love of country music, but I agreed. They paid me to have fun.  

I didn't even know that was possible. Every paying gig I'd had up to that point was low wage, low skill, manual labor.  

It was then I knew music was my future.  

While searching for a new sound, this idea came to me: combine ancient with modern to create a serene yet pummeling sound. I take Gregorian chant-style vocals and support it with progressive rock energy and instrumentation - presto, Gregorian Rock!

I play keyboards, electronic wind instrument, Chapman Stick, and sing. You will hear the influence of my classical background, with hints of Neal Morse, Iona, Frost, and 70s prog.