This page holds the collected works of the next generation of Sanderson music makers. Their tunes are posted under pseudonyms, but we’ll let them unmask themselves when they turn 18 if they want to.
We played a free concert in a city park last Saturday afternoon. I haven’t played a gig this large in 20 years or so, and it was a lot of fun. I was proud of my kids performing with me and holding their own on their instruments. About half of our set was original music […]Read more
Johann’s Notes This song is a cover of the song, “Gethsemane,” by Melanie Hoffman (sheet music). This song is also a 2021 update of a cover I had already made on the song 5 years ago. When I made my 2016 cover, I used no metronome, no auto tuning software, no music sheet, and no […]Read more
I have some musically talented kids, and I wanted to give them a place to post their tunes for all the world to admire. So I made them an album page on this site called SkullToast, and we will post their songs as fast as they can finish them. Where did the name “SkullToast” come […]Read more
One of my kids is studying US history in school this year, and decided to write and record a folk song about the California gold rush of 1849 for a school assignment. ￼Of course I helped him with it. The actual assignment was to make something about the Westward Expansion, and it could have been […]Read more