Small Stream Trout fishing in Michigan


I am a Scientist, an original song written a few years ago, was recorded at Frontier Recording, Copemish Michigan with my friend, guitar god Scott Zylstra.


I recorded it in my basement office also using a Zoom Q2n-4k.

Flying Single

I wrote this song in late 2019.


Ghost Brown Trout in the Stream

This song is a re-write, for trout fishermen, of the old classic song “Ghost Riders in the Sky.”  This song is home recorded with free software and flowing beer. This song features Feral on electric mandolin. Our band, including Natch on bongos (at trout camp) goes by the name: Rock Bottom and the Out of Tuners.


I’ll add and rotate some other original songs, professionally recorded, from the CD “Without a Hitch” by Wrong Agenda with songs loosely based on Alfred Hitchcock movies.  Recorded at Frontier Recording, Copemish, Michigan with producer and guitarist Scott Zylstra.  Also may add some some Preston Arendson songs written when I played in a folk rock band of that name (a long time ago).  And maybe some new songs..  – Luther

39 Steps (from Without a Hitch)


Notorious  (from Without a Hitch)


Dead End Road  (from Preston Arendson)

Scott Zylstra, vocal & guitar, Jack Grant, harmony and bass. I was fortunate to play in a band called Preston Arendson with these guys. I wrote the song, they did the recording with an old Teac reel-to-reel  about the time the band broke up. The song was never played in public. The band was comprised of Scott, Jack, Abe Rhorda (song writer and amazing vocalist), and myself. No other band in Grand Rapids was cranking out as much original material as Preston Arendson, so we had that interesting niche.


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