Jamming on the Artwalk at Sound Spectrum in Laguna Beach. PCH sits about 7 feet from my keyboards. I usually jam there the first Thursday of every month. Ed Krebs on bass here and Greg White on drums.
Live at Mozambique in Laguna Beach
The studio personnel for Soul Garden Roots Version: (from left to right) Fully Fullwood on bass, Tony Chin on guitar, my self on keys and vocals, Santa Davis on drums and Rock Deadrick on percussion.
I'll never forget this day. Stevie Wonder decided to sit in with the band I play keyboards for, Lesterfari and Kings Music. It was out of this world.
With the Nick I and Billy Sherman of Common Sense in Jamaica along with a few new local friends.
Recent boogie session at my favorite shore break. Photo by good friend, Stan Moniz.
Sometimes I spin records for good friends like my peeps iHeart Yoga In The Park. This was at their 1 Year B-Day part recently inside their studio in Dana Point Harbor. Photo by Joey Leisz.
Was blessed to be a fly on the wall while Earl Chinna Smith recorded his legendary guitar leads with his band mates from Soul Syndicate Band. First time they have recorded together in a few decades.
Jah Mex & The Translators LIVE @ Mozambique 9/20/15. Photo by Bram Norman
My good friends, Incient Roots Man on the left and Lesterfari on the right. I've been a member of their band, Lesterfari & Kings Music, on the keys since 2008.
Christmas Day, 2015 with my Jamaican brother from another mother, Pablo. He gave me the name "Jah Mex" years ago in the kitchen after I mixed my Mexican food with his Jamaican food.
Ronnie Stepper, the humble bass legend and original member of Steel Pulse. We play in Lesterfari & Kings Music together.
Tony Chin rocking the Dub You T Shirt at Fully's Kitchen
With my mentor, Fully Fullwood.
My good buddy Java Jay and I at Left Coast Brew Co in San Clemente, CA after a great live music and yoga class
With the legendary bass player and producer from Kingston, Jamaica, Fully Fullwood, in his studio
Some of my home cooking.
Guitar legend from Kingston, Jamaica, Tony Chin, tracking at my little home studio.
At Reggae Rising about 6 years ago, playing keyboards for Marcia Griffiths. She's no joke when it comes to musicians playing her songs correctly. It was a joy to work with her on this gig.
Still to this day, Gentleman, reggae artist from Germany, is my favorite modern reggae artist. Thanks to my friend Justine Ketola, I got the opportunity to play keys in his music video for "Different Places"
Few years back on the boogie in South Laguna. Photo by Steve Sawitz
Another Tunnel Session under Pacific Coast Hwy with my piano teacher, Gabe Real
Back in 2003 I went on tour to Europe with international reggae artist, Eek A Mouse. This shot was in Sweden. I learned a lot from "The Mouse" and am ever grateful for the "Eeksperience". Love you like cooked food Mouse.
That's Tuff Lion with me back when I used to help my good friend Dan Stafford promote reggae shows at Club M in Laguna Beach. Tuff was playing with Bambu Station this night. It was a great show. I was still using a razor back then.