FREE Album – Today Only! Merry Christmas!



Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
What Child Is This?
Where Are You, Christmas? (feat. 2-year-old Scarlette Mae Summerour)
Coventry Carol
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
Lo, How A Rose E’er Blooming
Somewhere In My Memory (John Williams cover)
St. Patrick’s Day (John Mayer cover)
Silent Night (bonus track!)

*offer valid 12/25/18 – 12/26/18 only

My new Single is out – get it here!

My new Single, Pasadena Night, is available now!  This track features Sam Sims on Bass – Sam has worked with Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Mariah Carey, and I was so lucky to have him record on Pasadena Night.  It’s now streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, GooglePlay, & more, but for now my own personal store is the best place to download it, so click here to get it now.  Thank you so much for your support!

Knoxcast Ep. 05 – Chris Tedesco


If you watch Homeland, you’ve heard Chris Tedesco play trumpet. His other clients? Christina Aguilera, CeeLo Green, Oceans 12, & many more.  Nephew to legendary Hollywood studio guitarist Tommy Tedesco (The Wrecking Crew), Chris is a good friend and one of the most well-known & sought-after musicians in Hollywood & beyond.  Chris is the archetypal freelancer, a straight-shooter, and a music marketing guru.  If you freelance in any field, you’ll love listening to Chris talk business, survival, Hollywood, & more.  Visit or to contact & hire Chris and his groups, and hear more of his music.

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Knoxcast Ep. 04 – Ernie Fields, Jr.


X-Factor, The Voice, and American Idol. Marvin Gaye, B.B. King, and Bobby Blue Bland.  Multi-Woodwind Artist and Music Contractor Ernie Fields, Jr. has worked with all of these, and many more.  Celebrating a 60-plus-year career, he’s still one of the busiest Music Contractors in Hollywood today.

Ernie has worked in every area of the music industry, and his roots go back to the days when big band and jazz was Pop Music.  Originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Ernie, who is better known to his colleagues as “Kool Man Kool,” got his start playing and touring with his father’s famous Ernie Fields Orchestra in the 1940’s and 1950’s.  He’s as laid-back and kool as they come, and today I’m honored we get to talk to Ernie about his life and career in music.