Tag: Merch

That Was My Last CD

I like to think I’m keeping up with the technology trends when it comes to music. I started doing the “Pay What You Want” thing almost a year and a half ago. I began using the Square Reader to accept credit cards at shows shortly after. And now I’m going to stop selling CD’s. That’s right. “Live at Lestat’s” will… Read more →

Everything Is a Remix

Saw this documentary on Vimeo the other day when I was going through some growing pains. The first few minutes of the clip really spoke to me about how I’ve always seen music and where I want to go with it. I’m thinking about possibly changing the shirts to say something more along those lines instead of the current text… Read more →

The Return of Pay What You Want: A Holiday Gift

If you’ve been to a show in the last 6 months or so, you may have noticed that I’ve stayed true to my promise to offer “pay what you want” pricing on my music (click here to read the original post). I’m happy to announce that this has been a great success and I’ve been accomplishing exactly what I’ve hoped to… Read more →

Pay What You Want

I’ve been mulling this idea over for a long time and I think it’s finally time to put this into action. A few years ago, Radiohead implemented the idea of “Pay What You Want” for their outstanding album “In Rainbows” which people went onto their website and had the option to literally pay what they wanted to pay for their… Read more →

I Think I Believe In Myself

I’m in the process of getting stickers made. I don’t really have an icon to use as an image per se. But I’ve been using this slogan “I think I believe in myself” all over the place and it kind of summarizes how I view myself. It’s not cocky and it’s not dismissive. It’s a little uncertain but also honest.… Read more →