I first began playing when I was tall enough to pull myself up to my Grandmother's piano. Needless to say, I wasn't very good back then. From there, i started singing in churches from about age 5 on. Continued until i found myself in youth music ministry while i was in my early 20s. Had a few bands that never manifested too far beyond the confines of basements and garages (haven't we all?) and finally settled into self-production of the solo project "Morrison's Prophecy". As of March 2012, I have one album available (The Alchemical Process) with a second slated for a May 2012 release. Stay tuned- this is just the beginning.....
What was the first concert you ever went to?
The first concert that I remember having a major impact on me was a show at Berkely Square in California. The bands were Cradle of Thorns, killing Floor, Acumen Nation (then known simply as Acumen) and The Clay People. A group of friends and i had driven in from Reno specifically for the show. Because of the small venue, we had a chance to hang out with the bands both before and after the show. one of my favorite concert memories.
What are you looking for from Fandalism?
I'd really like to be able to delete or edit comments made on my music or block followers. I think that this is an necessary option for any social networking site.
Who was your biggest musical influence growing up?
Gary Numan. From the moment I heard the opening warbled analogue drone on "Cars", I was hooked.
If you could jam with anyone, who would it be?
Gary Numan. Hands down. Since I first heard "Cars", I've considered him my single biggest influence. It would be a dream come true for me to just play my music for him as a way of saying "thanks for the inspiration"
You're stuck on a desert island and only get to bring one album with you. What do you pick?
It would be a toss up between "Exile" and "The Pleasure Principle", both by Gary Numan.