BOGGIA / BONHAM / BLEU SPRING MINI TOUR
MARCH 1 - 4, 2011
NYC - PHILLY - VA - MA
Some Words About The Shows In General:
You can put the names in whatever order you’d like, it still comes out sounding as sweet. I am VERY excited about these shows. Bleu, Tracy Bonham and I played The Borderline in London together last year and it was one of my 2010 highlights. A great bill all the way through and we got to sit in a bit on each other’s sets. We decided that night to bring it all back home and these shows are the result. We’ve been busy planning which tunes we’ll be playing together and I know that it’s going to be special.
Some Words About The Philly Show In Particular:
When looking for a place in Philly to bring this show, we decided to take it to World Cafe Live, with it’s great stage and sound and amazing atmosphere. The ticket price on this show is actually LESS than you’d pay for one of my Philly area solo shows, Bleu and Tracy are both incredible in their own right and the collaboration between the three of us is a treat that may not be repeated here. All of this in the upscale confines of WCL add up to the fact that YOU REALLY SHOULD NOT MISS THIS SHOW. Seriously.
REQUEST ‘THUNDER ROAD’ ON WBJB AND WXPN
I spent a day recently in the studio to record my ukulele version of ‘Thunder Road’ and I’m happy to say that both WXPN and WBJB have been kind enough to play it. This is not for sale, not on the web, it’s a radio-only release. I hope you’ll continue to call and request it and also to let them know you like it when you hear them play it.
This is a bit of an experiment. I’m trying to see if there’s interest in these types of things both from my fans and from the radio stations that I have long-term relationships with. I think the recording turned out really well. I hope you guys like it. Here’s the request line info:
WXPN 215-573-WXPN or email@example.com
Of course, both stations have live streams on their websites, so you can listen (and request) even if you’re not in the Philly (XPN) or NJ (WBJB - The Night) areas.