CD releases, official bootlegs, ...

All official, non-bootleg releases available on Spotify, Apple Music, and all other popular streaming services.

February 2022


8 original songs written by Music Therapists FOR Music Therapists, Educators and Parents / Grandparents / Carers. Lead sheets for the music, tip sheets for how to use them, and all streamable via all streaming platforms.

January 26, 2012

2011 Bootleg, volume 1 ...

Available on bandcamp here. This recording is not a professional studio recording, but is a raw, unedited production from a Zoom H3N recorder. Recorded during the 2011 CD Launch at The Richmond Club, Richmond NSW.

CD release date September 6, 2010

2010 CD release TWO

11 original songs featuring Sandy Evans (saxophone), Ali Foster (drums), Chris Komorowski (guitar) and Steve Clark (double bass). Purchase here, or listen on Spotify or Apple Music.

CD release date September 2006

2006 Self-titled release

8 original songs featuring Ian Waddell (saxophone), Ali Foster (drums), Chris Komorowski (guitar) and Steve Clark (double bass). Purchase here, or listen on Spotify or Apple Music.

Recent Posts

February 10

New songs for Music Therapy, Volume 1

A collection of 8 new songs written to help achieve various goals within Music Therapy sessions, Education settings AND at home by parents / carers.

August 26

ABC Catalyst program

The August 2019 ABC Catalyst episode looking at healthy ageing and how socialisation can impact on the brain. I was hired by the ABC to run a 6-week Music Therapy program for this episode.

July 1

Hammondcare's Arts on Prescription program

The official video produced by Hammondcare about their Australian-government funded Arts on Prescription project. The project encouraged people over 65 to get a prescription from their allied-health professional to attend a fully-funded 10-week arts project, and was backed by research from the University of New South Wales.

July 1

Songwriting with a client

This video from Sound Expression's Awesome Achievement series, presents a finished composition, co-written and recorded with the client.


What is Music Therapy?

A brief overview

Music therapy is a research-based practice and profession in which music is used to actively support people as they strive to improve their health, functioning and wellbeing.

Music therapy has been recognised by the NDIS for inclusion in funded support plans under the support cluster of Therapeutic Supports - provided to assist the participant to apply their functional skills to improve participation and independence in daily, practical activities in areas such as language and communication, personal care, mobility and movement, interpersonal interactions and community living.