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60 Second Didgeridoo Challenge

14 November 2014

A couple of months ago, the 60 Second Didgeridoo Challenge on Facebook was started as a way of connecting the world’s didge players together to see what everyone was doing. It’s been a very beautiful thing to watch as we have all made connection with each other. Here’s the video I made about six weeks ago for this. Also here’s a link to the 60 Second page so you can see what some of the other world players are dooing (no this is not a misspelling). :-)  


Final Jam at Flute Quest 2014 in Des Moines, WA

24 August 2014 I had the unexpected pleasure of accompanying this year’s headliners in one final jam on Sunday, 17 August, at Flute Quest. Headliners were Rona Yellowrobe, Joe Young, Joseph Firecrow. Johnny Lipford and Paul Ross. Enjoy!



Gjellonden Limited Edition CD’s Now Available

3 September 2014 I am offering up 100 of these limited edition CD’s with original artwork drawn by hand. Every single one of them are different so you get one of a kind artwork with a signed and numbered CD. They are available through Bandcamp.com or by emailing me directly. DSCN6223



13 August 2014

I’m super stoked to release two new albums. It’s as if I’m trying to make up for lost time since it’s been nearly four years since my last release of a didgeridoo album. The first is Gjellonden a didgeridoo album of many colors and textures and explorations of organic synthesis. The second is Inner Journey :Practice Sessions made in collaboration with my good friend Tim Feetham. This album explores the many facets of chant as sung through didgeridoo, Native American flute, voice and many other instrument. Please feel free to explore them, enjoy them and share them and let me know what you think.

Gjellonden Front Cover 2                         OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA


For the Love…..

For awhile now, I’ve  wanted to carve out a hardwood didge by hand. Yesterday, I got my chance with this little teak didge   Power tools are cool for sure but there is something about working with wood by hand….it’s like the difference between typing on a computer and writing with a pencil. There is …

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