Stupid Busy Again

As you may have noticed, there are a ton of new events along the sidebar. August looks to be a pretty exhausting month but also one quite worthwhile.

First up, since weather forced the cancellation of the first scheduled appearance with this group, I will be playing with the Afro-Semitic Experience on July 27th in Hadley, MA at the Porter-Phelps-Huntington House.

Two days later I'll be trying to work on a different set of old songs as An Historic at Neverending Books (July 29th, 8PM.) I'm excited to be splitting the bill with Robin Aigner and Serena Jost, two songwriters with some sonic kinship to me, from what I've heard. Please come out for what should be an excellent show.

Dr. Caterwaul's will then have a busy week, starting on August 7th at Lyric Hall as part of the launch party for the new Here Digest. We will play a live streaming set as part of the "Register Sessions," a series run by the New Haven Register, on August 10th at 6:00 PM, and on the 11th we'll play at Cafe 9 with the ridiculously talented Fishtank Ensemble, at 9:30 PM.

Then I'll be playing two days back to back as part of a mini-festival of the Uncertainty Series. On August 12th (Bru Cafe, New Haven, 7:30 PM) I'll be doing some new Duo compositions with Carl Testa, alongside Bird Fly Yellow from Philadelphia, PA, and the James Ilgenfritz String Quartet featuring local cellists Ben Shirley and Nathan Bontrager. Then on August 13th (Neverending Books, New Haven, 8:00 PM) I'll be doing a short set of solo music on a bill that features a split set with vocalists Kyoko Kitamura and Anne Rhodes as well as a solo set by Nathan Bontrager. All four performers will be variously involved throughout the night.

Further along (with more info coming) are a mini tour with Dr. Caterwaul's, a few performances in a play, and later an An Historic mini tour also featuring Mountain Wasp. Look also for an upcoming summary of collaborations and guest appearances that have happened this year and last, many of which will be released before the year is out.

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