I’ll be spending the next three weeks at the Marcelle Theatre in St. Louis playing the guitar book for the musical “Daddy Long Legs”. It’s a fun guitar book to play—-all acoustic guitar, which is unusual for a musical….well written tunes, and good underscore pieces as well. The band is just piano, cello, and guitar, and it’s a small theatre, so we’re playing almost acoustically….Looking forward to this run!
Wonderful concert last night at Holmes Lounge on the Wash U campus with multi-instrumentalist and composer William Lenihan….we performed two original compositions of his and two of mine, along with two of our favorites from the ECM records of the 70’s, Krusning(Jan Garbarek) and Ralph’s Piano Waltz(John Abercrombie), and an improvised piece, along with renditions of Stella By Starlight and Shenandoah. Playing in a duo setting presents challenges not found in a larger group—mostly using space differently and using a more fluid sense of rhythm….but it came off beautifully and hopefully we’ll be doing more concerts like this!
The new album “Your Song” is now available on CD from CD Baby and Little Flock Music. The first 10 orders from Little Flock Music will receive a signed copy!
I’m happy to announce that my new album “Your Song” is now available to download or stream from your favorite music service. “Your Song” consists of 10 arrangements of classic songs for solo acoustic guitar. I’m excited about this project, had a great time recording it at Jettison Studios with Dan Mehrmann engineering, and I hope you enjoy it!
Looking forward to being back at the Dark Room on January 17 with Steve Davis and Eric Stiller. It’ll be our first gig together in a while—we’ll have some new tunes, some of our older material, and some new arrangements of standard tunes….Hope to see you there!