I’m going to Kansas City in September for a very special concert event, Saturday Night at Tom Benton’s, on September 23.
On Monday, March 6, I’ll be performing live in Knoxville, Tennessee for WDVX’s Blue Plate Special, a regular show hosted by Red Hickey, at Visit Knoxville in the Knoxville Visitors Center from 12 to 1pm Eastern Standard Time. Hope you can be there or listen to the live stream…
It’s February 21, and I have a gig in Huntsville, Alabama this Saturday, February 25 at the chapel of the First Presbyterian Church at 2pm to benefit Haitian Relief. My friends, Glen, Barbara, Larry and Margaret, who live in Huntsville, are responsible.
In the past I have done some in-store short performances at record stores for concert promotion. I thought it would be fun to do an in-store event at Bill’s Music House, also in Catonsville. Thanks to Jamie at Bill’s it’s going to happen from 2-3 pm on the same day as the concert, again Saturday, January 21.
Later that evening they gave out the awards for that days competitions on the stage, bringing all three finalists up. They called the third place winners, not us, they called the second place winners, not us, and then they called the first place winners and we finally heard our names. What a hoot…
This weekend, April 23-25, I’m performing two concerts in the Land of Pleasant Living, in Colonial Beach, Virginia and Baltimore, Maryland.
This Saturday, February 5, I’ll be performing at Grinder House in Crossville, Tennessee. It will be for the 4th annual Tennessee Songwriters Week, a celebration of song, one of Tennessee’s greatest exports to the world. The performances of songwriters across the state will be judged with winners from six showcase events heading to The Bluebird Cafe on March 20.
This virtual streaming concert is for my favorite library in Baltimore, and I’m grateful for the opportunity. Thanks to all of the folks at the Enoch Pratt Free Library that are making this possible.
Greetings from Liberty. Live music is returning to public places. It certainly never left here at our home. The guitars and banjos have been picked, plucked and strummed on most days since the middle of March last year. They have helped deliver new songs, tunes and twangs. But much of the homebound music making is about to head back to public places. It’s gonna be sweet.