Life Before The Internet Lolz!

The onion recently posted a video about Blockbuster. It made me laugh so hard. I love this idea, and the footage was great. Historic Blockbuster Store Offers Glimpse Of How Movies Were Rented In The Past But all joking aside, the reality is that companies like Netflix and iTunes are where its all headed (if […]

New Song "Circles"

You can also get the mp3 for free or feel free to purchase it. Here’s a description of the piece: Everything I see I always think of how things wind up where they start. Maybe its because thats how they were always meant to be, or maybe its because that’s what we’ve always strived for. […]

7 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Music Lessons

7 WAYS TO GET THE MOST OF MUSIC LESSONS I host a Daily Music Lesson Show and I often get asked this question. The thing is I feel like most of these points are how to get the most out of anything in life, not just music lessons. So take it, print it out, and […]

You Know You’re Addicted To Twitter When…

I’m slowly coming to the conclusion that I’m addicted to Twitter. I even check my tweets more than my email. In fact, I notice that I’ll tweet people INSTEAD of sending an email. Its just sooo convenient. As a result, I opened up this question to my Twitter Community by asking them to finish his […]

Napkin Confessionals – For Realz

OK… Napkin Confessionals was something started by Alana Taylor and yesterday I decided to make a class project of people sending in their napkin confessionals. Well, I woke up this morning to find several pics etc. from the class – and even @brandywine did one which I love. The story behind it is that she […] MashBash In NYC

So this past Friday I attended The MashBash that was being hosted at the well known Webster Hall in NYC. I was fortunate to be informed of the event via Mike Lewis. One of the nicest guy I’ve ever met. So after getting VIP tickets I had my weekend planned out. The thing is […]

Flippers From Class Wrote Me A Poem :)

OK – this is awesome. Just kind of throwing that out there :) Flippers, who is one of the students who regularly attends my class wrote this poem and just sent it to me. When I first started the show I had no idea this stuff would happen. Flippers is also the one who created […]

Stronger – New Music

This piece is about the struggle within one’s own body. As you listen, you can imagine being ‘torn’ between two parts of yourself. Not necessarily good vs. bad, but just two unsure and powerful beings that live inside each of us. The ending creates a climactic uncertainty – like any struggle. [display_podcast]

Home Education Magazine Features ‘Your Daily Music Lesson’

Yep. The little show I started out 7 weeks ago is now spreading around the interwebs! Today I learned that the show is now featured here in Home Education Magazine (HEM). From their website – HEM is respected as the premier magazine in the field, described as “informative and commonsense” by Library Journal’s Magazines for […]

Alana Taylor Showed Cool Music Tech Sites On Ustream!

Hey guys! Alana Taylor was on today showing some pretty cool stuff on Daily Music Lesson. Here’s what she showed us: Soundplan MusTech MusicTech Mag B Audio I liked how she mentioned the importance of the kids really enjoying music Technology. I agreed and said Ustream is a cool new technology and has alot of […]

Looking Back At Web 1.0 And Tech 1.0

Before there was a device that could fit 8 gazillion songs and video within the size of your thumb, there was Vinyl that could only fit 15 minutes on one side. Then there’s Web 2.0 which is changing how we live. As you may or may not know – I have a ‘Daily Music Lesson […]