A brief update

As the school year (and my teaching hours) get settled and underway, I'm realizing that this fall will be an extremely busy one. But once again, I find myself excited for what's to come, including some things that are too early to announce. In the mean time, there are a few gigs in the next two weeks worth mentioning:

on Friday, September 19th, An Historic will be performing a solo set at Willimantic Records alongside George Hakkila and Jorge Verde. The show begins at 7PM, and I'm really happy to be playing at Willimantic Records again. My wallet might not be - the selection was amazing last time and everything I made on tape sales got turned right back around into their cash register.

Later that night, An Historic is doing a full band set at Three Sheets, in New Haven. The touring artist is Joshua Burnside, and local guitarist Michael Kusek is opening with a solo set. It'll be the first full band An Historic show since March, and I'm excited for you all to hear some of the new material I've been working on in this format. The following day, Dr. Caterwaul's returns to the Milford Farmer's Market. 10AM to 1PM. Come on down if you're in the area and help us keep the vendors entertained!

Finally next Thursday, September 25th, I'm part of a truly diverse ensembled cultivated by Ras Moshe, performing "Music for John Coltrane and an Imagined Revolutionary Film." The playing I've done with Ras Moshe over the last year and a half has been really revelatory, and I'll be excited to meet with him again amid this sextet lineup.

That's all for now. More as it breaks.

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