How many times has this happened? You're sitting with your friends and one of them blurts out a bright idea and everyone is amazed by it, while you're thinking in your head, "Wait, that was my idea! Why didn't I say anything?" Or you're scrolling through your social media feed and spot someone you know … Continue reading That Was My Idea!
Hi everyone! What a year! 2018 has definitely been a major year of growth. So much happened and I would not change a thing. I have a hard time saying that it had its "ups and downs" because everything that happened turned out to be in alignment with where I am supposed to be at … Continue reading 2018 Reflection
Hey everyone! Since it's October, I thought I'd bring on some Halloween vibes with this blog post. I have been playing church gigs for a very long time now. A while back, a church band I played in was invited to play a big convention a couple of years in a row. I'll leave out … Continue reading Gig Stories: The Exorcisms
I've been meaning to write this post since my birthday last month because I was reminded of why I own my red drum set, which I like to call "Big Red." 12 years ago, I was jamming a lot with some of my good college friends and had formed a jazz combo. We'd play at … Continue reading Big Red
Hey everyone! This past holiday season was spent in Germany with my fiancé and his family. It was the first time I spent Christmas time away from my own family. But we kept in touch regularly via FaceTime so they didn't seem so far away. I took way too many photos for a blog post, … Continue reading Winter In Germany
Hi everyone, I just realized that my last blog post was about a year ago! The past year has been a whirlwind that I wish I had shared as they were happening. But if you follow my Instagram, it's all there. I really focused all my energy on each thing that I forgot about my … Continue reading Blogging Hiatus
This is the first of a series of blog posts called, "Gig Stories." We all have our stories, of a gig gone wrong, a gig that you'd never want to experience again, a gig to look back on and laugh, etc. So here's the first of many... During my time at CSULB, I was looking for ways to be … Continue reading Gig Stories: Sheeva’s?
When I look back, it's kind of crazy to think of how I ended up here in LA, doing everything that I do now. I wish I can say that I'm a full-time musician, and my idea of that is making a living on performing, touring, recording, and teaching drums/music. In the meantime, I do everything … Continue reading How One Thing Led to the Next