Nathanael's Creed, from left: Pat Dillender, Phil Cooper, Gerry Kasper, Steve Givens and Jim Russell.

For information on current musical projects, visit my music website for the Mo Bottom Project.

Nathanael’s Creed

2009 – “Home Again with You” (Christmas CD)

2005 – “Brighter Still”

2001 – “Fire Against the Cold”

1999 – “Seed and Sower: For the Farm of the Child”


1999 – “Seed and Sower: For the Farm of the Child”

1994 – “Seven Miles from Jerusalem”

1984 – “Journey for the Answer”

Spare Parts, from left: Barry LaFond, Steve Givens, Mike Hall

Spare Parts

1999 – “Seed and Sower: For the Farm of the Child”

1993 – “Fine Line”

Producer (Potter’s Mark Music)

2003 – G. Scott Robinson – “Plenty Indeed for My Two Hands to Do”

2007 – Miss Crystal and the Codgers – self-titled


Commentator, composer and musical performer for Regional Emmy Award-winning “The Gateway Arch: Reflections of America,” a one-hour film (high-definition video) produced by Civil Pictures about the St. Louis Gateway Arch, which debuted in summer 2006 and aired nationally on PBS.

Contributing researcher, writer, composer and musical performer for “The World’s Greatest Fair,” a two-hour Regional Emmy Award-winning documentary film (high-definition video) on the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair that debuted in summer 2004, was released on DVD in fall 2004, and aired nationally on PBS in summer 2005. The film, produced by Civil Pictures, also won a 2006 Telly Award, a 2005 CINE Golden Eagle award, and the Missouri Humanities Council’s “Governor’s Award.”


Composed lyrics and music (4 songs) with collaborator Mike Hall for a February 2010 performance of a new “Tom Sawyer” musical adapation titled, “The Assorted Short Adventures of Tom, Huck and Becky” by the DisAbility Project, a St. Louis theatre company for actors with disabilities.

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