Hi friends, its a new year, and so it’s worth taking a few moments to look back on the previous one. Hence, I’ve updated The Abravault thoroughly with a summary of 2016, and a ton of new music, lyrics & videos from the year. I also updated the other years a little bit with other things I found in my digital excavating as I collect all my dictations over the last 6 years to write as many great songs as possible from them.
So without further ado, the link to the improved 2016-including Abravault is right here.
Although I must say a little here too – It’s scary and saddening to me how despite relentlessly organizing and careful managing my life, surprises (delightful or otherwise) have delayed me from entrenching myself constantly in the act of making music. I don’t believe in luck (Even if its part of things, it gets people off the hook of being responsible for their success), but I do believe in surprises making the path to success quite a bit longer. I go into 2017 a little wary of a repeat of the same old, although I don’t really know how it would be possible to postpone my music very much more, given what has been achieved of late.
2016 was a year full of huge victories for me, and lots of promising bits of magic, and some big blows too. Just read the summary on the 2016 Abravault page to get a real good sense of the immense amount of stuff that’s happened and is happening. Let’s just say here that this site is going to get updated a lot more going forward this year, and with minimal doubt, my perpetually delayed proper debut will finally be out. Primarily because of one major breakthrough:
In November 2016, after two years of constant revisions, work, collaboration, blood, sweat and tears…
Bryn and I officially opened Silverthorn Studios! Find out more in my previous news post.
You’ll also find other things have been improved in the site in general, and will continue to be over the next month.
Taylor is alive and in action. Get ready for lots of new episodes of shows I’m on and other news, but primarily, knock on wood: Taylor & Bryn music, and truckload of my own too.