Wow, it’s been a while, huh? 2010 has just been speeding along and I’ve been mostly doing things behind-the-scenes in preparation for some big stuff coming up, including a live album that I hope you’ll want to check out.
Getting back to playing some shows that AREN’T in folks living rooms, though I have to say, the living room shows have been great. Went down to Austin, TX for back-to-back house concerts at the end of April that were spectacular.
Also putting together some more unusual ideas that I want to try, which leads me to . . .
GET ON TWITTER AND FOLLOW ME (NO, REALLY.)
Hey, follow me on Twitter, okay?
I know. You’re not on Twitter. You don’t get Twitter. You don’t like Twitter. Twitter said nasty stuff about your Mom. I know. But I’m asking you to get over that.
I’m going to start doing some things on Twitter like ticket giveaways, CD and mp3 giveaways, spontaneous performances and more. I’ve been looking into this for a while and it really does seem like Twitter is the best way to do this. And I want you to be a part of it. So, whaddaya say?
Click here for my Twitter page and follow me or signup for an account (and then, obviously, follow me).
THURSDAY, 5.13.10 - 8P
No snowstorm to entomb me in Philadelphia this time. Coming back to the beautiful Infinity Hall in Norfolk, CT to open up for Eileen Jewell. So much better than if I were opening up for Jewel, who is awful.
Thursday, 5.13.10 - 8p
Route 44, 20 Greenwoods Road - Norfolk, CT
ALL AGES. $15, $25, $30.
Opening for Eileen Jewell.
FRIDAY, 5.14.10 - 9:30P
The answer to everyone who keeps asking “When are you going to play Boston again?” is: this Friday (5.14.10) at 9:30p. I am the supposed headliner, as part of an extravaganza of sound that also includes Oranjuly, John Brodeur and Ryan Schmidt. So much better than if I were the headliner for Jewel, who is awful.
Friday, 5.14.10 - 9:30p
1667 Massachusetts Avenue
21+. $6 (at the door).
With Oranjuly, John Brodeur and Ryan Schmidt.
FRIDAY, 5.21.10 - 8P
Yes, it’s true. I’m playing my first Philly show in about 6 months. It will be a good one. Psalm Salon is an intimate venue that straddles the line between a house concert and a small theatre. Nate Rylan from the band Early Ape is opening and he’s got the goods, too. Should be a great night all-around. My guess is this will sell-out, so I recommend you get your tix in advance.
Friday, 5.21.10 - 8p
5841 Overbrook Avenue - Philadelphia, PA
ALL-AGES (BYOB 21+). $16 Adv. / $20 DoS.
Nate Rylan from Early Ape opens.
HOUSE CONCERT OPENINGS IN JUNE
Been thinking about having a house concert but wasn’t sure when to do it? Let me suggest June. There’s still a couple of dates open for a show in your very own living room next month.
Sound intriguing? Then click here for all the details. C’mon, we’ll have a great time.