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Christopher posts new creations here every month, including music, original articles, poems and music videos! (His music tracks are also available everywhere across the Web, although you can usually download them here for free.) If you’re visiting this site for the first time, you’ll find a collection of Fan Favorite releases further down this page!
Although he frequently publishes original essays and poems on this site, Chris is best known for his series of concept albums; he releases new tracks here each month until an album is complete. (Chris also occasionally releases singles that will appear on future albums yet to be announced.) In recent months he’s begun releasing songs from two brand new album projects: WHO ARE YOU, ANYWAY? and JOURNEYS. You can check out the already released tracks that will be part of those albums, below. And as always, you can also listen to tracks from his previous seven albums by clicking on the album icons to the left!
Please stop by every month to see and hear what’s new—and if you like what you find, please share it with your friends!
For March, I’m posting a new essay and a new song, both of which relate to our concerns about the future.
First, I’ve long been a student of the patterns astute individuals have observed both in the world around us and in human history. With everyone today worrying about what lies ahead, I thought it would be worthwhile to consider what the repeating patterns in American and European history over the past 500 years tell us about what we can expect in the next 10 years. In my new essay Days of Future Past, I share what some of the smartest folks in this area have to say about what’s likely to happen in the near future. (Some of it is a little scary; some of it is surprising!)
To provide a little cognitive dissonance (i.e., some humor to offset the serious stuff), my musical release this month is a new song titled Ain’t Dead Yet, about getting older and worrying too much about the future. (Ha!) It’s somewhat tongue-in-cheek, but I think it makes a good point. Plus, you can dance to it! (What better way to stay young?)
Songs already released from my other current album projects:
Here are the songs already released that will appear on JOURNEYS:
Here are the songs already released that will appear on my other new album Who Are You, Anyway?
Click to hear the songs!
Click to read (or listen to) the poems!