update from the desert

Hulloooo from out west!

The cross country tour is just about drawing to a close as we make our final journey across the southwestern desert. Since the last update, we’ve hit Nashville, Asheville, NC, Atlanta, GA, New Orleans, LA, Dallas, TX, and Socorro, NM. Whew!

In New Orleans, I was greatly inspired by the stride piano stylings of Richard Scott at Fritzel’s on Bourbon Street. Click here to have a listen – man, can he play!

So far, the longest stretch has been from west Texas to New Mexico. But not to fear: we brought a yukulele, and were therefore musically productive on the road. Click here to hear a little diddy from the west Texas brushlands.

We’ll hit Arizona and Nevada before our final gig at the fabulous Room 5 in Los Angeles on Friday, 11/16 at 7pm. Anybody in LA, or with friends out there: spread the word! Would love to see you!

Tumbleweeds and tabletop mesas are calling – more soon. Be well, and THANK YOU for your ongoing support!

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Hello everyone – I am THRILLED to announce that I am headed off on tour across this great land. With Dogtown released and The Tuscan Sessions due out November 1 (!), it’s high time to hit the road. I’ll be on tour with fantastic guitarist (and Tuscan Sessions producer) Bernardo Baglioni. We’re booked as far as New Orleans, and we’re aiming to play our way to the Pacific. Below are the first few dates – see a full calendar here. Hope to see you along the way!

11/1: The Bitter End, New York’s oldest rock club! 147 Bleecker Street. We play at 11pm, and it’s $5 at the door.

11/2: Milkboy Coffee, Ardmore, PA

We open up tonight’s show at 8pm. Also featuring Marlow and Andrew Whitman. $10 at the door, or for $8 advance – click here.

11/5: Taps & Tapas, Nashville, TN

Tonight is one of Nashville’s famous ‘songwriters in the round’ sessions at Taps & Tapas. Berna and I are reaaaally looking forward to sharing the stage with some of Nashville’s best! 2117 Belcourt Avenue. Show starts at 7; we go on around 9.

Thanks to 3G and social media, I have a ridiculous number of ways to stay in touch with you from the road. I’ll narrow things down. To hear the latest, pick your poison:
My website
Facebook
Twitter
Or… contact me with a snail mail address and maaaaaaaybe you’ll get a postcard (no promises, but hey).

And thanks to YOU, I am on my way!