Reflections are intriguing things. You find them in the most wonderful places...moonlit pools, your loved one s eyes, the unexpected mirror you pass in a shop, all instantly reminding you of your earthly presence in the Here and Now. Even as you pause to contemplate your reflection, you ve already changed, and that fleeting glimpse of you is already a part of The Past. Having recently achieved a few long-term goals, it seems a good time for a bit of reflection on my life and my music. I ve been playing music since I was four, and recording music for nearly 30 years now. I thank God several times a day for the gift of music and the career it has made possible for me. Quite often, I reflect on the people who ve helped me along the way, especially Ann Nestler, whose charming Woodstock, VT-based gift shop Primrose Garden was the first to play my music on cassette tape in 1985. Incredibly, she has played only my music all these years, filtering through the shop to the street outside, warmly welcoming tourists and locals. I am eternally grateful for her support, and hereby dedicate the song Moonlight in Vermont to Ann with my heartfelt thanks.