Review – Hear Me

Who’s up for some new music? Yesterday, Kyle Sherman released his debut CD called “Hear Me”. I’ve been previewing it for the last few weeks and it is worth the download. With a style all his own, it’s hard to compare Kyle to any current artists. If I had to, I would say that he reminds me of Bebo Norman a little bit. I enjoyed the CD and think you will too. If you’re not familiar with Kyle Sherman, here’s more information: Album Bio Fort Worth-based singer-songwriter Kyle Sherman recently signed on as the flagship artist to brand new label … Continue reading Review – Hear Me

Review – The End Is Where We Begin

BOOM! I have been waiting for this day for about two years. Actually, it was almost two years ago to the day that I received the epic “Welcome to the Masquerade” CD in the mail from a friend and my love affair with the band Thousand Foot Krutch began. Song after song, my son and I were hooked on this group we had never heard of before. We wore that CD out that summer. It was an incredible CD and is still on regular rotation at my house. So how do you follow something like that? Ladies and gentleman, let … Continue reading Review – The End Is Where We Begin

Better Than I Used To Be

I know how to hold a grudge I can send a bridge up in smoke And I can’t count the people I’ve let down, the hearts I’ve broke You ain’t gotta dig too deep If you wanna find some dirt on me I’m learning who you’ve been Ain’t who you’ve got to be It’s gonna be an uphill climb Aww honey I won’t lie I ain’t no angel I still got a still few more dances with the devil I’m cleanin up my act, little by little I’m getting there I can finally stand the man in the mirror I … Continue reading Better Than I Used To Be