I’ve been playing music for decades. First, I played saxaphone in band in school, then added guitar, and eventually started playing in rock bands in the late ’80s and early ’90s.
And then I fell out of it for awhile, concentrating on life and other things. And then, over a period of a decade, I taught myself to produce and record my own music, and for the first time, I was unfettered by the need for negotiating over what the music I made would be.
Four After Ever is the result.