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I trust you’re all bundled up nice and cozy, mining for bit coins, protected from winter vortexes. Well, 2017 has been a…strange year to say the least. Between contentious Star Wars flicks, contemptuous presidential administrations and super hurricanes, it’s been nothing if not eventful.
As some of you may know, I’ll be traveling to London next week to record at the legendary Abbey Road Studios. I’m very grateful for this opportunity and will be keeping you guys abreast on my goings on!
Here are some gigs!
And here is a link for my latest record,“Pieces for Electric Guitar”. Please do check it out it’s actually kinda good. You can totally steal it but I hope you buy it.
That’s all for now folks!
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It’s that time of year, when all of Southern California is on fire and New York welcomes hordes of shoppers and amateur photographers, adjusting their flashes for the 3pm dusk panoramas, alas, all without a snowflake in sight.
But Rejoice! The gigs!
-CT people, you can come see me at Integrity n’ Music in Wethersfield this Saturday the 9th from 2-3. I’ll be playing songs with the great Matt Dwonszyk on bass and Curtis Torian on drums at the legendary record store.
-Sunday the 10th will find me leading a quartet at Rue B in the East Village. I’ll be doing an awful lot of singing so bring your disposable cameras and rotten vegetables. Sebastien Ammann on piano, Timothy Norton on bass and Jesse Simpson on drums. We start at 8 and a jam session follows so bring your horns!
– On Monday the 18th I’m back at my favorite neighborhood watering hole to lead the jam session at Salzy Bar. 8-11, come bring your axes.
– And last but not least, in preparation for my much anticipated record date at Abbey Road Studios this January, I’ll be premiering my new band, (AKA London DM-ing) at IBeam in Gowanus on Friday the 22nd at 8:30pm. Sebastien Ammann on keys, Alon Benjamini on drums and Alex Tremblay on bass. There will be lots of new music a brewing. Come hang!
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On Tuesday the 21st and 28th, I’m back with Carte Blanche at the Intercontinental Barclay Hotel from 6:30-9:30.
If you made it to the end of this lengthy soliloquy, congratulations! Here is a link to my new album, “Pieces for Electric Guitar”. This record was conceived, composed, tracked, mixed, mastered and produced in about a week of toiling away in my apartment. Part elegy for our current times, part meditation on post-minimal music and part joyous foray into compositional chestnuts I’ve been toying with. Please check it out and consider purchasing it if you like it.
Also, my PODCAST
Well that’s it. Hope to see some familiar faces out there.
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Here is a link to my new album, “Pieces for Electric Guitar”. In early November, I got a wild hair and over the coarse of a week, wrote, recorded and produced an album of ambient, post-minimalist guitar music. Enjoy!
-Sunday November 5th, DiWine in Astoria with Emily Braden from 12-3
-Monday November 6th, Salzy bar in Park Slope, jazz jam session from 8-11 with Tim Norton and Alon Benjamini
-Tuesday November 7th, Intercontinental Barclay Hotel from 6:30-9:30 with Carte Blanche
-Wednesday November 8th, Owl Shop in New Haven from 9-12 with the Hawkins Collective
-Saturday November 11th, Flatiron Room with Alina Engibaryan from 9-1
-Monday November 13th, Macao Trading Co. with Carte Blanche from 8:30-11
-Tuesday November 14th, Intercontinental Barclay Hotel from 6:30-9:30 with Carte Blanche
-Wednesday November 15th, Owl Shop in New Haven from 9-12 with the Hawkins Collective
-Saturday November 18th, Flatiron Room with Alina Engibaryan from 9-1
Sunday October 22nd at Rue B in the East Village with Alina Engibaryan from 9-12.
Monday October 23rd at Macao Trading Co. in TriBeCa with Carte Blanche from 8:30-11.
Tuesday the 24th at Two Saints in Crown Heights Brooklyn with Nick DiMaria from 9-12.
Wednesday the 25th with Albert Rivera and Jonathan Michel at INNSIDE NoMad in Manhattan from 6-9.
Monday October 30th at Salzy Bar in South Slope Brooklyn for the Saly Sesh with Malik McLaurine and Alon Benjamini from 8-11.
Tuesday October 31st at the Intercontinental Barclay Hotel in Midtown Manhattan with Carte Blanche from 6:30-9:30.
Well, after putting my A/C unit back in for the 3rd time this month, I’ve resigned myself to waiting for the super hurricane that will flatten New York. It was a nice week of fall while it lasted but the shorts and flip flops are back. So anyway…The Gigs!!!
-Wednesdays October 11th, 18th and 25th, I will be at the greatest cigar bar/jazz venue on an Ivy League campus, the Owl Shop in New Haven, with the Hawkins Jazz Collective from 9-12. (follow me on Instagram for Owl Shop updates)
-Sunday the 15th will find me back at the Flatiron Room with Alina from 7-10.
-On Monday the 16th, I’ll be starting a new jam session at Salzy, a local bar in the South Slope. Joining me will be Alon Benjamini on Drums and Malik McLaurine on Bass. 8-10, bring your axes!
See you soon!
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