Lys Guillorn, a colleague and friend in the wide world of Connecticut songwriting, interviewed me recently for the webzine Lonesome Noise. You can check out the interview HERE, where we talking a bit about this album as well as the progress of An Historic.
Appropos of nothing, here's an ask: Bandcamp has started offering a subscription feature, and I'm taking advantage of it. For $20 a year, you'll have access to everything I've ever released, plus easy access to anything else I put out (like today's release) through the Bandcamp app. Consider it a way of investing in my development as an artist. At the moment, there is some subscriber-exclusive content available - my daily practice includes a 10-minute solo improvisation every morning, and I'm uploading the best two of them per week into an ongoing album. If nothing else, you can think of them as evidence of the work I do outside of releases and live shows - and in the future, subscriber-exclusive content will also include live shows from various projects, works in progress, and music videos.
OK that's all for now. I've got a TON of shows coming up including appearances with brilliant MC Ceschi Ramos, and Orkestar BAM, the Yale Balkan music group. Take a look to the right for a recently-updated list!