I have four projects going at the moment: Lychesis I have referred to this as my "Prog" metal band, but I don't think that's an accurate term.. In essence, "prog" pushes boundaries and forges into new territory. We're really doing neither. So, I guess "Intellectual" or maybe "Thinking" metal would be more suitable. Think of Fates Warning and Queensryche with elements of New Age and gothic/atmospheric thrown in. We're currently writing and (scratch) recording material for our first CD. Also, we're looking for a vocalist/lyricist. The band currently has four members. Yes, I am aware of the misspelling of the name. If you not familiar, "Lachesis" is one of the "Three Fates" in classical mythology along with Clotho and Atropos.. I wanted to keep the traditional spelling, but was out voted.. I'm still going to fight this some more... Lonesome Moe My days with them are numbered.. I have one last show, New Years Eve, after which the new guy will be with them.. I've really enjoyed playing in the band, but after three years I'm ready to go on to other things. Lonesome Moe is just your basic club/party cover band doing material from the early 70's through today. We tried to write original stuff, but it just wouldn't happen. I wish them all the luck!! SkunKworkS My "solo" project.. Very keyboard intensive.. Don't really know how to categorize this. New Age I guess.. Totally instrumental that focuses heavily on rhythm. The music is very medetative.. a musical mantra so to speak. Think Shadowfax / early David Arkenstone / "Soul Cages" era Sting.. That's a pretty good comparison. Triple 13 Traditional bluegrass. A terribly underrated genre. I have met some of the BEST musicians at festivals and shows. Composed of five members, bassist, banjo, mandolin, guitar and fiddle (not a violin ) we mainly do material by Flatt and Scruggs, Big Mon, The Osborne Brothers, Jim and Jesse, etc... It's fun!!