Well folks, it’s been a productive couple of cold, dark months. Between cutting a record at Abbey Road, completing my third Tokyo tour and gearing up for the release of my newest record, “Almost Free”, I’ve been keeping relatively busy, chasing away the existential ennui with music, much like that yodeling kid from the internet. And as the sun climbs higher in the sky, the tree tips redden and the lilac buds swell, the bachata blasts and the extortionate outdoor brunch menus bubble, let us not only celebrate the coming sweat fest by donning our short shorts and tank tops in sunny public places, but also by listening to loud jazz in dark smoky rooms.
-Saturday the 14th will find me back at one of my favorite BK haunts. St. Mazie from 10-12.
-Sunday the 15th will see me at Radegast beerhall from 7-10.
-Tuesday the 17th I’ll be emptying my bank account for Uncle Sam.
-And finally I’ll be closing out the month with a quick gig out in Mexico with Carte Blanche.
That’s all for now!
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Dolphy, Yokohama 3/07
Zimagine, Minamioyama 3/09
Naru, Shinjuku 3/10
Wonderwall, Yokohama 3/12
Nardis, Chiba 3/13
Bar Barbra, Ginza 3/14
Sunnyside, Takanobaba 3/15
Salt Peanuts, Nerima 3/16
I hope you are all warm and cozy in your homes, or smoldering heap of ashes for those of you in Philly. But before you go off searching for exoplanets or Mayan ruins, check out my website and social media for updates concerning my recent record date at Abbey Road!
And now, the gigs!
-This Friday the 9th will find me back at the Flatiron Room with vocalist Natalie Dietz from 5:30-8
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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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