Hey all, It seems the vast majority of public events are now being cancelled or postponed, and this has certainly been true for me. Currently, all of my upcoming shows have either been cancelled or on hold until further notice. I’ll post updates here as soon as I have an idea about when that might change.
In the meantime, the show must go on! I’ll be using this newfound free time to write and record new music, so stayed tuned…
I’ll also be putting out some new music videos, so please consider listening and subscribing over at my YouTube Channel:
Hey all, Hope this update finds you off and running into your new year. Seems like this winter just flew by, but I have been busy with lots of music and we know what they say about time flying… So anyway, here’s what’s up:
This January I released a brand new album, recorded last year with good friend and usual suspect Bobby “Boom-Chuck-Norris” Winstead. It features seventeen old-timey duets and is called To The West. It’s currently available exclusively on Bandcamp, check it out:
In the last few months I’ve uploaded a bunch of new videos to my YouTube Channel, including original songs, performance demos, practice sessions and more. Check it out, and if you like what you see, please consider subscribing to my channel over at:
Now, I wouldn’t trade the life of a performing musician for anything, but once a YouTube channel reaches 1,000 subscribers it is eligible to monetize its videos and earn money when people watch. Not that I’m exactly aiming for YouTube stardom, but as they say, “every penny counts!”
Here’s one I uploaded today… I wrote this song years ago and everyone always asks me which CD it’s on, and I always have to try and explain why I haven’t recorded it yet, so I’m very proud to present to you the first ever (and by no means last) recorded release of “The Devil’s Lullaby” and “The Dance of the Dream Eaters:”
Also worth checking out, new Jack Dwyer Trio videos:
And my new bluegrass project:
Visit my schedule page for all show listings, but here are some highlights:
I’ll be performing in a production of Always Patsy Cline at the Key City Public Theater in Port Townsend. The show runs every Thursday through Sunday, all April and through the first weekend in May. Get your tickets here: https://keycitypublictheatre.org/
I’ll also be down in Salt Lake City for a week in May, so keep an eye out for a possible show or two there.
And of course, Mondays at the Keg and I are still going strong:
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