Merry Little EP

It’s been three years (or maybe more?) since I’ve released new music.

I’ve looked at that statement several times, and yet I can’t bring myself to fully comprehend the magnitude of it.


When you’re passionate about something, it’s hard to set it aside for later. Oftentimes, when huge events occur, it’s impossible to keep track of your passion. This isn’t something to be ashamed of; but rather, an experience we all share.

And that’s what initially drew me to music: a shared experience.

A shared experience has a powerful, long lasting effect.


It can plant relationships, and continue to grow them into something truly astronomical.

Or, it can simply lead to a head nod and another “me too”.

Either way, a shared experience is something one won’t soon be forgetting.

So I want to extend my gratitude to you, reader. Whether you’ve listened to my music before, have stumbled upon one of my concerts, made yourself a regular at my blog, happen to be one of my closest friends or made a connection through other circumstances—thank you.


I am incredibly grateful for everyone who has helped me grow this passion over the years, whether it’d be in small or tremendous ways.

You have helped cultivate, create, and inspire the music.

So it’s my pleasure to share a small project with you this holiday season: Merry Little EP.


Short but sweet, and smooth, easy listening: a collaboration between some of my dearest friends, I hope you find as much joy in these stripped down acoustic Christmas classic as I do.

So grab some hot chocolate, your favorite cozy Christmas pajama ensemble, and check out the first track from the EP: “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” below.


You can stream the entire album on Spotify on December 12th, or purchase your copy at

Thanks for stopping by, and as always, thanks for listening.

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