July 2, 2009
This morning I had my first interview about the new album. It’s going to be a “Featured Storyteller” piece on the Story of My Life site, probably some time later this month or in August. (More details to come.)
The woman who interviewed me was very cool, and it’s a little nervewracking to share the story behind how the album came about. Still, any time the words “gratitude” and “healing” come up that much, I know I must be on to something good.
June 12, 2009
June 3, 2009
Many thanks to everyone who came to the CD release party for Consequences of Seeing in the Dark – what a joyous evening! We had an incredible time playing, and the performances from Bright Brown, Kim Garrison, and One Becomes One Hundred made for a fantastic night of live music.
I’m enormously grateful to Kat Downs and Mark Bernfield for lending their talents to me for the show – they continue to astound and amuse mightily. Special thanks to my friend (and co-producer) Alex Nahas, who not only brought his bass-playing talents from Brooklyn for this gig, but was kind enough to include me when he put together a bill at my dream venue. A toast as well to everyone on the Cafe Du Nord staff who helped make the evening such a success.
May 24, 2009
I’m proud to announce that Consequences of Seeing in the Dark is complete! It has been a long time in the making, but I couldn’t be more thrilled with the result. The album will be officially released on May 30, 2009.
Please celebrate with uon May 31 at the CD release party at Cafe Du Nord. Three of the musicians who added their talents to the album – Mark Bernfield (drums), Kat Downs (keyboards), and Alex Nahas (bass, as well as my co-producer) – will join me on stage. It promises to be a fantastic show.
Sunday, May 31
Cafe Du Nord
2170 Market Street (near Church St. MUNI)
Tickets are $10 and on sale now at http://www.cafedunord.com
Also playing: Bright Brown, Kim Garrison, One Becomes One Hundred
Please note that we’re playing first – so even if you need to get up early the next morning for work, you can still enjoy an evening of live music.