Diving Board (Instrumental)

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Hairtrigger (Instrumental)

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Love-n-Light (Instrumental Version)

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Hairstyles of the Future!

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Royalty Road

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Julian’s 1st Birthday

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Back In The Recording Studio!

After a 3+ year hiatus, I have finally managed to make my way back to the recording studio to record brand new songs– so much fun to work with my good friend Len today at his “Soundtronics Studio”!  Stay tuned for new recordings down the pike!


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Can You Guess What The “U” Stands For…?

I recently performed for the 4 year old kids at the prestigious, private Townhouse International School in New York City, where at such gigs, I routinely see rugs that have the alphabet and representative images; however, one of those images has never stumped me before–and I’m reported to be a college graduate!  

So, please help a lowly college grad. out–what does the “U” stand for in this picture??

I’m pretty sure that’s not Uruguay…! 

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Dave Jay, “Jack of Pop!”

Back in the 90’s, while fervently pursuing my pop/rock music career as a solo performer, (while I wasn’t playing with my two bands of that decade, “Splat!” and “The Sound of Monday”, the latter of which is still going forward today), I was aware of how much media coverage Michael Jackson had been receiving as “The King of Pop!”; so, I commissioned my friend, artist Keith Lafond to create an image for me–as I saw it, not quite as a King, but perhaps more of a “Jack of Pop!” 

 This is how I looked back in the 1990’s. 

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“The Cuckoo Cafe” (2014)

Tom Brown, (who co-created “The Cuckoo Cafe”, above, with T.J. Sansone), and I have been collaborating on a new film script of our own…stay tuned!

Meantime, enjoy “The Cuckoo Cafe”, a nod to late producer, Saul Zaentz.


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