Hey Meowfaces!
    Here on my shoulder is Meowzer, the original Meowface. After I graduated from San Diego State University with my super practical BA in Music, I appropriately hopped onto a bicycle and pedaled around North America for 26 months. While traveling across Alberta, Canada, an adorable little pink-nosed tuxedo kitten became my travel companion. Because he was so conversational, he earned the name Meowzer, and I later nicknamed him Meowface. Meowface and I had endless fun and enjoyed many extraordinary adventures together. He really brought out the best in me: playfulness, curiousity, lightheartedness, joyfulness and spontaneity. In other words, he brought out my inner kittycat.
     My debut album, "Meowface," is a musical adventure created to bring out your inner kittycat!!

I hope you enjoy this music as much as I did making it for you!!

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: "Who's in your band?"
A: This album was magically created on my laptop while burning the midnight oil,
     though in spirit, these are my "mew"sicians...
Q: "What's up with the song titles?"
A: They're all named after the real 
Q:  Who's the kittycat in the video?
A:  This is Meowface Roxy!! Thank you so much Meowface Natasha! Roxy was purrfect!!!
Q:  "How should I listen to Meowface?"
A:  Headphones, Headphones, Headphones. This album was designed to be listened to in headphones (closed-stereo). Specifically the Audio Technica M150s are what I used originally while putting together the sketches, so these headphones actually would be the best; however, I did spend seven hours at the Apple Store making sure each song sounded good in all the headphones they sell there.
                   Thanks Scottsdale Apple Store!                                               Audio Technica M150 Headphones
Q: "Who are some of your favorite music makers?"
Q:  "How long did it take you to make this album?"
A:  I spent 26 months and $8,000 on this entire project. With about 10 trips in my truck over to Home Depot, I hijacked my living room and transformed it into a DIY mixing studio. Did all the measuring, built all the acoustic thingies, hung the curtains, everything... 
Also designed site, logo, T-shirts, CD case, made the video, the whole shebang...