His voice sounds a lot like Jack Johnson, and his music ranges from funky folk with rhythm and electric guitar to simple folk with acoustic guitar (with a fiddle, on some songs) to soft rock.
One of his first songs was "One Hit Wonder"-- a humorous view of life as an aspiring musician. It is not only funny, but really an enjoyable song to listen to musically. He has rhythm built into the song's phrasing in a way that is very compelling.
You can hear it at this link:
ONE HIT WONDER
I think my favorite line in this song is "So you got to dream big but keep living where you are." This can apply to all kinds of goals, besides being a musician. The answer to his question in the song, "What would it take to be a one hit wonder?" may be elusive, but his philosophy stated in the song-- of joining dreams to reality-- is one that really can do "wonders."