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I grew up just north of Toronto in a lower middle class family. My dad worked the tools as a painter and my mom was a homemaker. I'm the middle child to an older brother and a younger sister. I am a dad to an awesome son, who makes me laugh, inspires me and always peaks my interest with his perspective on life. I have an amazing partner who I adore, respect and who keeps me motivated to be better. Now, on to the music. I am a flamenco fingerstyle guitarist from Toronto, Canada who really enjoys singing and writing songs.

It has been 12 years since I stopped playing, writing, recording and performing music. In 2019, I reached out to a guitar luthier who I had met years ago, and asked him to build me a custom flamenco negra guitar. He did and it was completed and delivered to me in March 2020. From the moment that I played it, I immediately fell back in love with playing the guitar. 


My love affair with playing the guitar started when I was 15 years old. I have played in several bands throughout the years and decided to venture off on my own as a solo artist in the early 2000s. My debut album "Something About You" was recorded and released in Canada in 2002 and released in Japan in late 2004 on the JVC Victor label. The first radio release "Something About You" reached #1 in Nagoya and Tokyo in 2005, held on in the top 10 position for six weeks and appeared on more than two dozen Japanese music charts. In Canada, the CD was distributed through select Chapters / Indigo locations and promoted through in-store live performances.

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