Salt of the Earth

I’m very excited to have my debut solo album, “Salt of the Earth,” out on RMI Records. Apart from “To Make You Feel My Love,” these songs are all originals. This record was a blast to make, and I hope you enjoy listening to it!

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Rui Barbosa     

Rui Barbosa is my jam-band/fusion trio project, which began while the three of us were students at Wesleyan University. We've recorded two singles — "Constantine" (original) and a wild re-arrangement of the theme from “Ghostbusters” — and an EP of original songs, An EP Named Steve.

Adam Rochelle — keyboards, guitar, vocals, composer

Johnnie Gilmore — bass

Jonah Wolfson — drums

Tobias Frohnhöfer: Informal

Informal is jazz drummer Tobias Frohnhöfer's debut album as a bandleader. He was an exchange student at Wesleyan my freshman year, and I had a blast playing with him — it was an honor to play on this record with three powerhouse players.

Tobias Frohnhöfer — drums, composer

Noah Baerman — electric piano, synth, organ

Sean Sonderegger — tenor saxophone

Johnnie Gilmore — bass

It’s Butter

I’ve really enjoyed playing with this indie/neo-soul band since I moved to Los Angeles. Their songs are great and it’s so much fun to play in a format as raw and exposed as a trio. “Vegan Chai” is the first single recorded since I joined, and there’s more to come, so stay tuned!

Britta Raci — guitar, vocals

Diego Patiño — drums

Johnnie Gilmore — bass

Time of Day: End of Season

I played a few gigs with this folky beach-rock band in my senior year of college, and had a great time playing on this record of original music as well. Sun out, windows down, volume up! 

Dave TenEyck — guitar, ukulele, composer

Dave Kopperman — guitar, vocals, keyboards, producer

Noah Baerman — organ, slide guitar, harmonica

Kevin Frear, Georgie TenEyck — vocals

Kate TenEyck — trumpet

Johnnie Gilmore — bass (tracks 2, 4, 5, & 6)

Eric Berens — bass (tracks 1 & 3)

Edz O'Leary — drums, percussion

Theme from “Play to Find Out”

I had a lot of fun composing and recording the music for this podcast about a fantasy game called Dungeon World. You can hear the sci-fi/80's-style theme song I came up with on my Soundcloud page, and check out the podcast itself at