We now have all of the instruments added except one for my new songs. It is all sounding so good, including the background vocals. I enjoyed working with Travis Humbert on the editing and Monty Allen on background vocals. It is thanks to all of the talented people working with me that these songs are exactly as I wanted them to be as I wrote them, and even more. We will be ready for the final mixes soon. The new release of ten songs might be called “Maybe.” I am not sure what we will end up calling it. Sonically, it will be like the sound of my last album “Mountain Music,” but this new release will have more songs I have written. It is nice to work with real players and nothing digital, not one part that is not real. I look forward to adding a little more on “Maybe,” and then getting the mixes done. Though these songs will be on my next release on Apple Music, etc., I am also happy that my publisher, Spirit Music, will be pitching them for film and TV. Here I am with Travis and Monty, after working more on background vocals and edits for the first three songs, “Maybe,” “She’s Slowly Slippin’ Away,” and “Third Person Singular” at Billy Decker’s studio in Nashville. All I know is I am writing from my heart, and all of these songs are me. Every song is a gift, and so is love. I hope that anyone who hears this music will feel that love and the genuine inspiration I felt when I wrote each song.