More recently, I’ve had the privilege of listening to a handful of tracks from his upcoming album, Stoneheart, set to release later this year. The tracks are an evolution from his past work while also feeling like a substantial growth. It’s a refinement of his past works, but holds his core sound as sacrosanct.
For me, TJ is at the pinnacle of what a creative seeks to do. He has no ultimate commercial or financial goal in creating music. He creates because he has to; it’s what he knows how to do. I’ve been privileged to be along for the ride and document his growth, and plan on continuing into the future.