Another show on the Spring Run, iooks like we'll be celebrating Cinco de Mayo with John Bardy in Lockhart, Texas! Full dates including the East Coast listed here!
It's been more than two years since I have hit the road and played some shows... and I couldn't be more excited to announce I'm playing a run of dates throughout the USA beginning May 1st at El Rey Court in Santa Fe. Here is what's confirmed so far including ticketing info. Everything listed outside of California, I'll be accompanied by Susan Kearns on bass. More dates coming in so stay tuned!
Since I heard about this yearly event put on by Mil-Tree, I have been hoping I would be asked to perform. It's billed as an evening of desert stories and songs and that's in my wheelhouse! Plus, Live From Joshua Tree is a benefit for Mil-Tree whose mission is to bring veterans, active duty and civilians together through arts and dialogue to help transform the wounds of war. This event is so special. And this year it's being held in The Sanctuary at the Joshua Tree Retreat Center which is an experience itself (it's a building, not what is pictured although that is the Retreat Center). Don't miss it. You only get one chance! Tickets for to both attend or watch the live stream can be found here.
This heartfelt benefit, put together by Matt Ellis, goes off this Sunday. It's an incredible bill of artists, many backed up by Los Pancho Tones (the desert's finest backing band - Josh Sonntag, John Ossman and Denny Weston Jr). I'll be playing a couple of songs with them.
This post-quarantine world (or maybe Wurld) is moving quick! I'm excited to announce that I'm opening for Walter Salas-Humara this Friday at FurstWurld. Capacity is limited and this may sell out. But advance tickets are available at Eventbrite. Susan Kearns will be joining me on upright bass. And we might be joining Walter on a few songs as well.
Five years ago, my wife, Susan, and I moved to the Mojave Desert to pursue what seemed to us to be a pretty outlandish dream. But it also seemed like a good idea. Goat Mountain Recording opened in the Fall of 2020. The recording studio is covered in the latest issue of Joshua Tree Voice. And it's an honor to be in the pages along with Rancho de la Luna and Red Barn Recorders. The article is about the recording studio, but it's also worth mentioning Susan cuts hair in the building as well. We're on page 26.