Wednesday, June 26, 2013


If you read yesterday's post, you found out about the recent string recordings I did with Sleeping at Last.  If you're an artist that's interested in adding strings to your songs, please feel free to contact me anytime!

I write original arrangements.  
I perform your own string arrangements.  
I can build parts as small (solo) or large (orchestra) as you want.

My studio is professional.
My cost is competitive.
My turn-around time is quick and easy.

I've worked with lots and lots of artists/bands over the past 10 years, and would LOVE TO WORK WITH YOU...

Please contact me: if you have any questions or would be interested having me work on an upcoming project!


p.s. visit my site for any more info!

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

ATLAS: Light (recording strings for Sleeping at Last)

Over the past month I've had the amazing opportunity of recording strings for 2 brand new Sleeping at Last tunes!  Ryan is quite possibly the most humble and genuine artist I've ever worked with.  I got to know Ryan this past fall on tour with him and Jars of Clay.  It was a blast and I consider it an honor to call him a friend!

Here's the 2 songs I recorded strings on.  They are part of his newest EP, ATLAS: LIGHT.

You Are Enough

The Projectionist

If you haven't purchased the EP, do so HERE!


p.s. it's also doesn't hurt when said album becomes an iTunes featured album (along w/ the likes of The Civil Wars)...

Monday, June 24, 2013

Italy Recap!

We're back from Italy!  Kate and I spent 10 days in Positano, Italy (Almafi Coast), celebrating our 10 year anniversary.  It was a wonderful trip, highlighted by amazing food, history, views, boating on the Mediterranean, and more food...


Tuesday, June 4, 2013

TONIGHT (w/ James McCartney)

Yesterday I got called by a concert promoter to open TONIGHT for James McCartney (Paul's son)!  I could not be more if you're in St Louis and looking for something to fill your Tuesday night, come on out to THE DEMO (brand new boutique venue in The Grove)!


Monday, June 3, 2013


While wrapping up an instrumental piece yesterday, I wrote these lines...possibly a chorus or verse?  I like the overall concept; that linear-time constantly places things in the past.  By the time thoughts and words and experiences and sounds enter the brain, and register as beauty or darkness or joy or loss, they have already passed.  The present is miniscule and the future is fast-approaching!


(c) 2013 Ross Christopher

And by the time 
You hear this line
What was said
Will be the past
Momentary words
Are now and gone
Tomorrow's past
At last.