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NOVEMBER 24, 2014

Cris and I (and the FTM film crew, of course) drove out to Six Nations.

We had a good reason for venturing into Mohawk territory. We were going to lay down some demos and talk about the upcoming album.

We met up with Derek, and his partner Marty Ballentyne, at his recording studio. He showed us around and we talked about the album I want to make and the tour I’m putting together.

At the end of the day he is the perfect guy to work with. He has so many talents, amazing resources, a lot of great ideas, and beer.

In the end, I think I want to record in Vancouver. I need to be in my familiar space when stuff gets tough but I’m going to make sure Derek comes out to Vancouver to work on it with me.