I’m gonna strum sweetly this Thursday, 10pm at Banjo Jim’s, 9th st and Ave C. Blessed Be.
I will be playing solo at the upstairs lounge of Pianos on Thursday 4/29 at 8:30pm. I’d love to share the evening with you! Pianos is located at 158 ludlow btw Stanton and rivington in the LES. 🙂
Hey friends! After nearly three years playing with and performing for the children of TriBeCa at various downtown schools, I am finally bringing my grown-up band to the neighborhood for a wicked party. Start spending your tax-refund with me and the band as we pass a spring evening in a downtown dive!
The show is April 15, at 8PM at Uncle Mike’s TriBeCa, located at 56 Murray St. btw. Church and West B’way, New York, NY. Tickets are $10 at the door, but you can order in advance and save $3. For $7 tickets, click here. I can’t wait to hang out with you all there!
Marchipelago was a great success; we played 5 shows throughout the month, with some really stellar performances in upstate new York. Last night marked the start of the Easter Islands leg of the tour, spreading through the month of April. I played solo in manhattan last night (one of my strongest solo shows to date). Now Mark and I are heading up to Rosendale NY for a duo show at Market Market cafe. The rest of the month sees us in Philly, DC, TriBeCa, the lower east side and more points TBA. Check out the tour page for details.
We are very excited to be bringing our Generous-est of Music down to Washington DC for the first time as a trio! Come check out the show at the wonderful Bossa Bistro and Lounge in Adams Morgan, April 11 at 7:30.
Djesben kicks off the night with their special blend of DC Icono-Jazz featuring Chapman Stick, Appalachian dulcimer and Conga drums. We play second, followed by John Kadlecik, the lead guitarist for Furthur and co-founder of Dark Star Orchestra, with a mix of original songs and covers.
Bossa Bistro and Lounge is located at:
2463 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
This *will be* a rockin’ night of music. See you there!
Check out this interview! Gary Goldberg and I discuss the making of “Generous Music” the album, along with the songwriting process and growing into one’s name. Enjoy!