1977: Recorded my first record, "Brand New Love" , and hand delivered copies to a string of radio stations through out the Southeast, and actually received airplay on a number of them.
1978: Signed a contract with KING RECORDS and recorded my second single, "Rock'n In My Chevy", in Nashville and released it Nationwide. It did fairly well, but Disco Music was beginning to take hold and I didn't have my boogie shoes back then.
1979: Re-Released "Rock'n In My Chevy" on my own Mystery Records label and promoted it on my radio show at WFTW and toured Skating Rinks, Radio Stations, and Record stores, through out the south.
1980: I released my third single, "Teen Lover" on my own label. The 45-RPM sold pretty well in the local record stores.
1982: Released my fourth single "Hypnotized" including "Just Friends" on the flip side. The record received alot of airplay along the Gulf Coast
1986: Faked my death as a publicity stunt on KATTLINE, Then Released my first album, "Nine Lives" by coming back to life with a big Promotional campaign including appearances at skating rinks, record stores, Tv Shows, and Radio Stations.
1993: Released my second album "Curious" including the single "Love Kills" and promoted it heavy on my Radio Show, "Radio Jukebox" at WXBM. I also made appearances for the Salvation Army at a local mall, in support of the album.
1997: Released the single and music video "Vagabond" as a tribute to the Famous Pensacola Teen Hang-Out of the 50's.
This is a Re-Release of my First album released in Cassette form in 1986. It was a Big Local Hit due to the popularity of KATTLINE. The CD contains 13 Tracks of Original Songs. A new music video for the song "Share Your Woman With Me" is in production now and will be released soon in support of the current re-release.
This is a Re-Release of my Second album released in Cassette form in 1993. This CD contains 13 Tracks of Original Music, including the Local Radio Hit, "Love Kills" and "Those Nites" which became my first edited music video.