I do my fair share of traveling and performing, so maintaining a ”daily” routine does pose a challenge. I am often on the road at day, playing at night, some days, I am doing interviews, photo- shoots, or attending colleagues’ performances, or visiting the horn shop to get my saxophone repaired, or working on new music.
However, there are some things that are part of my daily life.
Every day starts and ends with working through music business matters, big and small, with my manager, Morana. It just so happens that she, conveniently and luckily for me, also happens to be my wife, and mom to our son, Prince. Together we tackle all the day-to-day business matters that come with being a professional musician.
Afternoons are a time reserved for our son. Two times a week, we take him to dance class and later grab a bite to eat at ”our” diner, then take the long bus ride home so we can play our word game. Other times we run little errands around the neighborhood. Or we order in and have a movie night. When his school schedule allows it, we bring him on the road with us and to concerts. We play music, sing, and dance a lot when we are home, and spend a great amount of time talking about a lot of different things. And we have a whole lot of laughs together, too.