“Cupid, Do You Have an… Antidote?”

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I wrote “Antidote with a few influences in mind.  I had been doing a lot of 60s soul music with my band, including some awesome Same Cooke tunes like “Cupid” “Cupid, draw back your bow, and let your arrow go straight to my lover’s heart for me…” …And at the same time, I needed to […]

“Get Mean” LIVE at Parliament Tavern

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Parliament Tavern, one of my favorite music venues in West Seattle.  Did you know that a “parliament” is what you would call a group of owls?  … I just learned that!  The staff is kind, good variety of beer on tap, and they take good care of me and any bandmates I bring along.  Check […]

“Why Don’t You Come on Over, Valerie”

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If you’ve seen any videos of mine that are especially impressive, they were probably made by my brother, Nate McVicker.  It’s pretty lucky I have a brother that is so savvy with a green screen and video production!  He does video professionally and private contracts to local artists – like me!  Check out what he […]

6 False Beliefs That Can Turn a Good Musician, Bad.

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6 False Beliefs That Can Turn a Good Musicians, Bad. FALSE BELIEF #1 – If you do music for money, you have no passion or soul.  People only respect artists untainted of greed for money. Selling out.  A wiseman on top of a mountain once said, “the only people that shame a ‘sell out’ are […]

BOSS Acoustic Singer Live Demo!

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  I love the Seattle Guitar Store!  I first connected to them when I bought a Groupon for 4 ukulele lessons.  It was still their old location (next door to where they are now) and the first guy I met was the famous Justin Kausal-Hayes – do you know him?  Now they’ve pimped out the […]

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