"One of the best singer-songwriters working in the Americana/indie scene today.” ~ No Depression
You can hear my music on the player at the bottom of the screen.
My journey began in an historic, haunted house - my boyhood home. With a pen and a guitar, the creative journey has developed into a passion for stories and music with a message that will capture your heart and imagination.
Check out my overview video!
Thank you for exploring my website, from my Overview Video (at left), Music, Concerts, Books and Lectures to my Store, EPK (Electronic Press Kit), and Tour (Calendar) pages!
I hope to see you soon at one of my shows. If you'd like, you can also bring the experience of my music or presentations into your living room by hosting a house concert!
"We can't wait to have him return next
year. He truly is the total package!"
~ Joseph Bonk, house concert host
Would you like me to come to your area? Let me know, and I'll try to make it happen.
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I've won the WOW! Award
The WOW! Award is given to an artist “whose work makes one stop in one’s tracks because of its special power to bring wonder, insight, and enjoyment. It also empowers artists and our broader community to seek out, nurture, and implement artistic and cultural ideas. I'm very humbled and extremely proud to be awarded the 2020 WOW! Award for my music and my concerts to highlight and promote small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
My double record Eiderdown was released on May 1, 2020!
"An album that burns with anger, beats with compassion and radiates with hope; it couldn’t come at a better time...evoking thoughts of such notable names as Seeger, Anderson, Ochs, and Dan Fogelberg." ~Mike Davies, Folking.com
My record, Providence was balloted for a GRAMMY nomination!
CLICK HERE for more info about Providence!
- "One Kiss," one of songs on Providence, charted!
It reached #9 in the Euro Indie Music Chart
#19 on the DRT Global Top 50 Adult Contemporary Airplay Chart, and more!
Track of the Month
This song tackles the subject of child abuse, specifically the celebration of overcoming an abusive past. "Dare to think that what you do will always change the world!"
Gordon: vocals, 12-string acoustic guitar
Eric Troyer: synthesizer, piano, drums, and bass
David Rimelis: violin
Hanna Celantano: backing vocals
Sarah Celantano: backing vocals