1. A TELE FOR MOTHER I played guitar last night for MotherJudge in a band that included Bob Buckley (bass), Sten Isachsen (mandolin) and Mitch Elrod (vox, acoustic guitar). I don’t think I’ve had a chance to play guitar with a band like that since – a Middlebury reunion? Mid-nineties? The three guitar licks I […]
Thanks to all who came out to the Colony Cafe in Woodstock last night for an evening of musical mayhem with two geniuses named Brian Dewan and Jed Davis… plus little ol’ me. And thanks again to Brian and Jed for havin’ me. PS: Speaking of Woodstock, here’s a little something from almost exactly 10 […]
I will be opening for John Powhida International Airport at Toad in Cambridge Thursday evening. And getting my ass handed to me, no doubt. As the man said: “Fasten your sickbags.” As the other man said: “If 4 any reason there is a loss in cabin pressureI will automatically drop down 2 apply more.” (Dig […]
I’m playing in Woodstock this weekend – a short set as part of the Colony Cafe’s Second Sunday Songwriters Series, with Patrick Fitzsimmons (From Good Homes) and our fearless host/leader Carl Bethge. Q&A on songwriting immediately following our sets. The fun starts at 7. Five tiny dollars gets you in. See ya there? Cheers, B.
Some idiot vandalizes Erin’s Volkswagen bug on the streets of Albany, and local singer-songwriters band together at Savannah’s to help raise some cold hard cash so she can hit the road and spread the word about how stupid homophobia is. And TheHiddenCity has the pix. Peace y’all. And don’t be stupid. B.
…etcetera, etcetera. Some good live music stuff coming this weekend and beyond. Friday, June 1: After 1st Fridays Music Series @ Tess’ Lark Tavern (Albany) Sunday, June 3: Fagbug Fundraiser NEW VENUE: Savannah’s (Albany) Sunday, July 7: Songwriter Sundays @ Colony Cafe (Woodstock) Details and links and stuff at the SHOWS page. Bonus: I have […]
Fourth installment, and another fine evening of Albany songwriters celebrating Albany songwriters. Pics are online courtesy TheHiddenCity.com. (Mr. Matthew Loiacono took the above photo.) Oh yeah: I performed Mr. John Powhida’s “F# Over C” and Mr. Troy Pohl’s “Tornadoes.” (Audio? Soon. Maybe. Tornadoes be damned.) Peace, B.