The April 14th show at The Club Cafe in Pittsburgh was in a word...outstanding. Good crowd in a small place, people in line before the doors opened and what an honor to open for Kim Richey. And actually got to see a first as far as musicians go..the gentleman that accompanied Kim was playing both the keyboard and a horn at the same time...and very well I might add. Great stuff!
April 18th I am in town at Chipper's Sports Bar, always a blast opening for The Crossroads Blues Band and always stoked to play in town.
May is back in the studio for some much needed recording work on the 3rd album. Looking to be released late summer, early fall...but after this winter...I am not wishing my summer away.
June 13th is back at Chipper's for The Supporting Your Local Music Give-Back Fest. This one I am calling in all favors, all past goods deeds done. Make this show bring a canned good and a giving heart. All day jams here folks from some of the best the area has to offer. Pitch a tent the night before to make sure you get in on this one!
July 11th The Project will be at WAYOFEST, Dave Grohl Alley. Set times to be out later but why worry about that...all day music and local artisans showing their wares so come early and stay late.
August 21st I am playing at Webb Winery in Hermitage. Thanks to Richard Boston for the information as they are looking for all original artists to play.
Today grabbed some new shirts, long and short sleeve, (choice of colors...black or black) and making some CD's...yep I still make mine. I will put up the Gear Store over the weekend.
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