We are ecstatic to announce we are working on a new album! “Sun and Moon” is the title, and it will be quite the project… a double disc with almost 2 hours of music. One disc, “Sun” will feature music written by myself and my band. The other disc “Moon” will be entirely classical compositions that I’ve written, featuring an a capella choir, a full orchestral piece, a string piece, a harp solo, and a harp and oboe duet! It going to be a huge undertaking, so it is slated to be release in 2014. I will write more about the concept behind the album in my next update!

Watch us in our recording process on instagram with #timbresunandmoon:


If you’ve seen us play in the last several months, you will have seen a couple handsome new faces. I am excited to announce I have two official members of my band, and I am SO honored to have them play with me! Mason Self is my new drummer, and Patrick Rush is my new cellist. They are bringing my songs alive in such new ways, and I love them both dearly. Please give them love when you see them at shows!


A Coffeeshop tour with special guest,  Molly Parden! Please invite friends!!

Tour dates:

Feb 9th- Hot Springs AR – Maxine’s Pub

Feb 10th- Edmond OK- Full Cup Cafe

Feb 14th- Denton TX – house show

Feb 15th- North Richland Hills TX- Roots Coffee*

Feb 16th- Lufkin TX- Standpipe Coffee

Fe 18th- Baylor University*

Feb 18th- Waco TX- Common Grounds Coffee*

*-Molly Parden will not be performing

More information and maps:



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