Hedgepath constantly explores all kinds of music, including jazz, folk, funk, Western swing, Reggae, Country, Bluegrass as can be seen in his recorded work and live performances.
Through he’s career, Hedgepath, strives create music with his friends and heroes. Along the way he’s appeared live or recorded with: Blueground Undergrass, Col. Bruce Hampton, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Jeff Sipe, Yonrico Scott, Kofi Burbridge, Bobby Lee Rodgers, Nicky Sanders, Marcus King, Peter Rowan, Curtis Burch, Bloodkin, Matt Reynolds, Jimmy Herring, Micky Raphael, Randall Bramblett and many more.
Hedgepath holds a weekly residency at Smileys Acoustic cafe hosting local, regional, and national artists. Hedgepath is a member of The Work, The Bad Popes, The Shady Recruits, Simple Syrup, and plays a variety of solo and combo performances. Check calendar and follow and social media to see what’s next!
Out of this odyssey have come three solo albums.
- Hedgepath’s Christmas CD called “We Three Kings,” which features Yonrico Scott (from the Derek Trucks Band) and keyboard legend Ike Stubblefield.
- “Instruments of Peace” is musical journey all its own that spans many American genres. On it you’ll hear 21 talented musicians, including Grammy winners and nominees such as Kofi Burbridge and Jeff Sipe.
- “Spirituals,” has been described as “12 tracks of soul-stirring grace that take you back to the last time you were moved by music.”
There are samples from all my albums on this site. You can listen to them right here or click through and check them out in more detail.
In addition to these solo projects, Hedgepath has written songs for and performed on three other albums; three with The Bad Popes, one with The Work, and Simple Syrup. You can also hear Hedgepath on other projects, such as Yonrico Scott’s “Be in my World Today”, Matt Reynold’s “Been Long Gone.”, and Darby Wilcox & The Peep Show “11/11”
Hedgepath is Host and Musical Director of the podcast The Downtown Jam, and teaches muisic lessons at Pecknel Music. Hedgepath involves himself in many community based events and supports Upstate Splash Charity and The Meyer Center for Special Children.