I’m thrilled to be opening up for the legendary Dave Bixby down in Los Angeles this coming Saturday Feb. the 28th at the American Legion! Its not very often that Dave plays live these days so if you live in the area, I strongly suggest you make every effort to be there…
Please purchase advance tickets from here, as there will not be any sold at the door. The American Legion has a policy where they must have a complete invite list for an event. They are not selling walk-up tickets.
TICKETS – $12 (all are will call)
American Legion Post 206
227 N Ave 55
Los Angeles, CA 90042
Happy New Years to those these words reach!
Looking forward to exploring new musical spaces in the year ahead…
Onward, onward with love and light ) ) )
1/22 @ Studio Grand w/ Chuck Johnson in conjunction with Little Nickys Oakland series (Facebook event)
2/14 @ Palo Alto Art Center w/ Felicia Atkinson in conjunction with Chris Duncan for Hear This!
I’m happy to announce the arrival of “Furniture Music”, a new digital-only album comprised of older solo guitar songs available directly from me. The music was recorded earlier this year while on residency at Harrison House Music & Arts in Joshua Tree. It was an incredible experience to revisit this material in such a lovely place. You can read a little bit more about the nature of this release and purchase the album here.
As always, thank you for listening!
I’m happy to join in celebrating the record release for The Last Kind of England this Friday September 26th. I’ll be opening the evening with an acoustic set of tunes spanning some of my earliest songs to my most recent outings… It should be a lovely event at a super charming space. Hope to see you there!
I’m happy to share news of an upcoming SF show I’ll be playing opening up for Chris Schlarb on tour in support of his new album Making The Saint (Asthmatic Kitty). Also playing is the local sound shape-shifter Joel St Julien. It will be hosted in the beautiful Holy Innocents Episcopal Church here in SF. Should be a really lovely and intimate evening of quiet music. I plan on doing an acoustic set for this one. Hope you can make it out!
Friday August 8th @ Holy Innocents Episcopal Church, SF
w/ Chris Schlarb and Joel St Julien (8p)
I’ll be participating in two exciting shows this Saturday June 21st for Summer Solstice…
The first is part on an ongoing collaboration with visual artist James Sterling Pitt in conjunction with his fellowship at Kala Art Institute in Berkeley. The event is set to take place between 4 and 7p. I’ll do a 45 min set starting promptly at 5p. There will be some refreshments provided. Please try and arrive early to take in the art and get a comfy spot to listen. It is free, but we will have a place for donations. Visit the Facebook event for additional info. To learn more about the project, please read here.
Kala is located at 2990 San Pablo Ave, Bekeley, CA (Directions & Map)
The second show will be held at LCM in Oakland. I’ll be sharing the evening with one of my favorite PDX bands, Golden Retriever who will be supporting their newest album, Seer out now on Thrill Jockey. Also playing is Madelyn Merkey and Glochids. It gets going around 9p and has a $5-10 sliding scale. Visit the Facebook event for more info.
LCM is located at the intersection of 8th & Peralta in Oakland.
Really hope you make it out!
I had a nice leisurely trek up the coast to Portland and Seattle to play a couple super fun shows and take in the summer vibes. A big thanks goes out to Donal and Mike for offering up their lovely home, Dewey for hosting the Portland show at his awesome new music shop Mothership Music, as well as to the kind folks from Debacle Fest (especially Samuel) for inviting me up to play. Good times were had!
Enjoy the pics…
Eli considers the pros and cons of me leaving for tour
Apparently the guitar case is a hot spot for cats. My hosts cat Dumpling is reading my soul here.
Behold the great Bayard Rustin. Somewhere in Portland
Dewey (aka Plankton Wat/Spectrum Control)
The surprise guest Sonny steals the show!
Ah Portland porches
My dear friend and host with the most, Donal Mosher
Cairo, who hosted my show in Seattle for Debacle Fest
The Stranger paper in Seattle covered the fest
Home away from home (Seattle)
The seeing tree
I ate well
I drank well