I have been performing for as long as I can remember. Started when I was about 6 or so, me and my friend Jacqui would put on variety shows for our parents. Most of them included the hit song of the time "YMCA" from the Village People. We'd dress up and dance and sing and be silly (we were pretty damn cute!). I've come along way since then, performing in high school chorus and musicals, a few local musical theater groups, and even an A cappella quartet, after which I took a long hiatus from performing to pursue a career in California. While there, I was introduced back into the music scene and finally ended up filling my need to perform by going solo. I've been performing solo acoustic on and off for about 13 years. Began to finally take myself seriously in 2008 and haven't looked back. I quit my day job and moved to Key West in 2009, where I would reside for just over a year playing the island scene. While it was fun while it lasted, it certainly does take a toll. I was persuaded to move back to the Boston area where I continue to entertain the masses everywhere along the South Shore from the Cape to Boston. I play a wide array of music and I'm continually adding to my song list. I strive to play to the crowd. You can throw me at a group of sixty-somethings for a cocktail hour and they'll have as much fun as the twenty-somethings I play to late night. From wine bars, to brunches, to lunch, to late-night debauchery, I can handle the crowd. I am a purist in all the true sense of the word, meaning - no pedals, no looping, no background tracks, no book of songs, no iPads. I have (at last count) over 14 hours of music in my head. I make it a point to play a little bit of everything so that no one is left out of the fun! I'm willing to take special requests and often do so during my gigs. I'm looking forward to entertaining you!