The following songs showcase examples of music lending itself to a wide range of applications, especially weddings, anniversaries, memorials, and dedicatory events, among others. The following songs were written for specific people and events.
This song was written on the eve of my daughter’s birth date. I assumed she would have blonde hair like her mother and father when they were born, hence the lyric, “little blonde locks.” I could have easily changed this lyric to “little brown locks” or “little black locks,” if my suspicions were incorrect!
I figured Abby’s sister needed her song as well. I met little Emma before crafting this song. It has become her lullaby.
Never Let You Go
This song was commissioned by a friend for her and her husband’s 10th wedding anniversary. She wanted something timeless that would honor their story and life together. She provided me with snippets of their story, such as how they met, etc., that I was able to include in the song.
Nothing to Lose
This is a prime example of a story song. This particular story was taken straight from scripture. It recounts the woman who suffered from a physical ailment but knew she would be healed if she could only touch the hem of Jesus’ garment.
The Love Song
Songs like this are ideal for worship events and concerts. I arranged the string quartet parts in addition to crafting the song.
This is another example of a song that would work well for a worship event and concert. I arranged the cello part in addition to crafting the song.