Would you sign your name?

My Grandfather was a hard working man. I remember when I used to mow his grass there were times that he would watch to make sure that I did it right. (Yes, there is a correct way to mow grass) If I didn't he would ask me about it and make me do it again. My father got this kind of work ethic from him as well as I remember spending countless hours working on projects with him around the house. 

There were a couple of rules you always had to keep in mind. If you borrowed something, you always returned it better than you found it. You always did you best and you always finished the job.

There are a lot of people who work hard these days. In fact, some people overwork themselves. But do I always want to sign my name to my work? 

When it comes to music, I always want to give you 110%. That's part of the reason why some projects take me a little longer than anticipated to get finished. I want you to have the best of what I have to give. If I'm going to steal away your attention, I want it to be worth your time. 

I've got some really cool stuff coming down the pipeline that I can't wait to get out to you. But I promise I'm not going to send it, till it's the best I can do. That's my promise to you. 

And with that, I'll sign my name. :)

- matt

Matt Fawcett

Tidewater Productions, LLC, 1919 Bear Paw Drive, Fort Wayne, IN, 46815