This page will contain media, music, Blogs and Vlogs, as well as access to music and CD’s, Please Scroll down and find a wide assortment of videos and music! As I add content it will be in reverse order. Newest posts will be at the bottom of the page and there will be a ton of stuff here!
This is a Link to a Youtube Playlist of an entire show with the Zen Blues Quartet. The Zen Blues Quartet
Featuring: Steve Ferrone on Drums, (AWB, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Tom Petty, etc…) Mike Finnigan on Vocals and B3 (Jimi Hendrix, CSNY, Etta James, Taj Mahal, Joe Cocker, Bonnie Rait, etc…) John March on Guitar, (Just a regular guy…lol) Tim Scott on Bass and Vocals, (Jack mack, TOP, Eric Clapton, George Benson, etc…) Click here or make sure to click on the Youtube link below to access the complete Playlist!
This is a Link to a Youtube Playlist of an entire show with Brad Cordle, Mike Finnigan on Vocals and B3 (Jimi Hendrix, CSNY, Etta James, Taj Mahal, Joe Cocker, Bonnie Rait, etc…) John March on Guitar, (Just a regular guy…lol) Tim Scott on Bass and Vocals, (Jack mack, TOP, Eric Clapton, George Benson, etc…) Click here or on the Youtube Link below for access to the complete playlist:
Live recording of the amazing Mike Finnigan singing Part Time Love
Part Time Love
Live With Robert Johnson and Friends:
Live with the lovely Sara Niemitz( Post Modern Jukebox), Mitchel Forman, Kevin Axt and Sergio Gonzalez:
I can’t stand the Rain
God Bless the Child
Live Video on Tour with Valerie Carter in Japan with Mike Visceglia and Daniel Weiss at the Blue Note in Tokyo:
Live and studio recordings and videos where I am playing guitar:
Live Recording of Tim Scott singing Ta Ta Ya Baby
Ta Ta Ya Baby
Boulder Blues Quartet
Jeff Paris singing Autumn Leaves
On Tour 2017 Sari Schorr, a little classic Zeppelin with a “Konnokol” twist!
Tamara Champlin singing here song Bad Love, with Steve Ferrone and Tim Scott
An original composition, Maya’s Other dance, for Acoustic Guitar, By John March
Live in NYC at the Record Plant in 1988? Danny Louis from Gov’t Mule on Kbds and a host of great NYC players:
Here Comes Trouble
Live Recording ZBQ and Tim Scott singing “I Love you more than you’ll ever know”
Some music from the 80’s when I was a Synclavier programmer in NYC. I have only written one “Pop” tune, and this was definitely and 80’s style of programming. With my talented friends Joey Salucci and Diane Garisto.
And this one from one of my earliest bands in NYC Live at The Record Plant:
A very informal demo I did for Neunaber Reverb pedals