We Did It!

If you've been following or supporting my Kickstarter, we hit our goal yesterday morning! Unreal! I never thought that would happen in less than 24 hours. Thank you to everyone who has backed it and spread the word. I am very grateful.

It's time to make some stretch goals since there's so much time left on this campaign! My main objective it to make sure this benefits everyone, current and future backers. It's gonna break down like this. If we hit...

$8000 - Unreleased 'Ethan Luck & The Intruders' song called "I Wanna Know"

$9000 - Acoustic EP #2 - Everyone that ordered the 1st acoustic EP will now get an acoustic version of the whole record. All others will get a new 5 song acoustic EP

$10,000 - Kickstarter Exclusive Bonus Track. Produced by Paul Moak. This WILL NOT be available to anyone else but Backers

If you've backed the project already, please help spread the word and we'll keep this thing going strong together! As always, thank you for already making this dream possible. Paul Moak and I are planning on beginning recording at the end of May!

If you haven't checked it out yet, please head over to my Kickstarter Page and see what's up!

New Album!

Hey friends!

I'm excited to let you know that I've got a Kickstarter going for my new solo album. I'm especially excited because this will be my first full length solo record! Please head over to my Kickstarter page, read through all the rewards and decide if you'd like to support it. There's also a free download of a new demo entitled, "You're Only Gonna Get So Far" on the Kickstarter page. I can't wait to get these songs out for people to hear!

Episode 29 - Armageddon Massive Turns 20 (Part 4 w/ Bean)

Well, this is it. This is the last part of this short podcast series I wanted to do on 'Armageddon Massive' turning 20. I can't thank all the dudes enough for being willing to take a trip back and talk about something we did 20 years ago. Hopefully we'll all make music together again soon! For this last part, I got Matt Hernandez (AKA: Bean) on the phone to discuss his thoughts on the record. He's living the good life in Maui and I'm thankful we got to reconnect for this episode. If you've followed The Dingees ever, thank you. I know we're all so proud of this record and make sure you go to The Dingees YouTube page to check out some old demos and footage from 20 years ago. Peace. Check it out HERE or on iTunes.

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Episode 28 - Armageddon Massive Turns 20 (Part 3 w/ Steve Kravac)

Steve Kravac is the reason 'Armageddon Massive' sounds the way it does. Not only was he the Producer, but he was also the Engineer and the Mixer. Sure...we came in with the songs, but Steve saw our vision, had his own vision and took it to a place we could have never imagined. He pushed all of us to be better players. He gave us a challenging experience in the studio and we were better because of it when we left the studio in the fall 1997. I hope you enjoy the chat Steve and I had, reflecting on this record and discussing his methods he used to get us to the place we needed to be.

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Episode 27 - Armageddon Massive Turns 20 (Part 2 w/ Pegleg)

Part 2! On this episode, Pegleg and I get on the phone to discuss different parts of The Dingees' 'Armageddon Massive.' Pegleg was the mastermind behind The Dingees, singer, primary songwriter and sax player. It was good to catch up with an old friend and bandmate to reflect on an album that means to much to us. Head over to the podcast section or iTunes to take a listen.

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