For the month of January, I participated in a nation-wide project called "Fun-A-Day" where people do one thing every day for that month. I wrote a song a day for the entire month - 31 songs. Whew! My trusty garageband was the receptacle into which they were all poured into. These songs used a variety of instruments and genres. Techno, experimental, folk, rap, and blues. I played piano, flute, ukelele, electric guitar, vocals, drums and my own bodily functions. Some of the songs are silly, some are serious, and some are curious. I am releasing a home-made cd of the 20 best ones. I have chosen to put them out to you as-is, with all of their "blemishes" as a raw exhibition of this project, which started out as an experiment, but actually resulted in some pretty nifty tunes! The intention is for you, my fans, friends and listeners, to get an up-close experience of the creative process. I often find people saying to me when they find out that I'm a musician, "Wow, I could never write a song." I believe that anybody can be creatively expressive, and that songs don't have to be these mysterious things that only a select few of us can do. Yes, songs can have complicated chord structures, come from deep places inside of us, and be the manifestation of our hidden abstract emotions (and certainly require great practice, skill and talent.) They can also, however be simple in form and in topic - "folk sons." I hope you enjoy listening to my "Fun-A-Day" as much as I did making it. I also hope you join the movement next year, doing whatever it is that drives you for one day, every day, in the month of January.