1. Thursday, April 10, 2014

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Grass root stuff.
    Wednesday, March 19, 2014

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    bothkindsofmusic:

    Grass root stuff.

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  3. Wednesday, March 19, 2014

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    That ‘writers write’ is meant to be self-evident. People like to say it. I find it is hardly ever true. Writers drink. Writers rant. Writers phone. Writers sleep. I have met very few writers who write at all.
    Renata Adler, Speedboat (via lovetheghost)

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  4. Tuesday, March 18, 2014

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    I think the difference between taking pictures and whatever else you want to call it —being an artist or a photographer—is making a photograph mean more than a photograph. In a sequence, an artist or photographer is able to create something other than just a pretty image. Years ago when I was applying to every art fair and festival I could find, I would send in five Polaroids that were beautiful but no one would get it, they needed to see the entire piece. It’s like taking 5 notes out of a song and asking someone what they think of it. But when you see those photos in the scope of 12 years of Polaroids it then becomes something else.
  5. Monday, March 3, 2014

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    Here is the complete video from Saturday night’s show at which I had the great pleasure of opening for Ron Gallo and Joe Fletcher, both of whom were joined by Dom Billett on drums. My set starts at 25:20; Ron’s begins at 1:19:00; and Joe’s starts at 2:30:22.


  6. Wednesday, February 26, 2014

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    Joe Fletcher was forced to cancel his scheduled appearance at last night’s Red Line Roots 1st Anniversary show. Since we missed him, Brian Carroll and I took the opportunity to pay tribute with a cover of “I Never” from Joe’s Bury Your Problems record. The internet, predictably, went wild. After you’re done watching this video shot by Jenn Harrington, you can check out the view from Michael Panico’s perspective.

    I’ll be opening for Joe this Saturday at Dirt Floor Studio in Chester, CT. if you can’t join us, you can stream the performance here.


  7. Writers for the New England music magazine The Noise released their 2013 Top 10 lists, and I’m pleased to have been named both Folk Artist of the Year and Singer Songwriter of the Year by Francis DiMenno. Be sure to check out all of the Top 10s. Many thanks to Francis and The Noise.
    Sunday, February 23, 2014

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    Writers for the New England music magazine The Noise released their 2013 Top 10 lists, and I’m pleased to have been named both Folk Artist of the Year and Singer Songwriter of the Year by Francis DiMenno. Be sure to check out all of the Top 10s. Many thanks to Francis and The Noise.

  8. Wednesday, February 12, 2014

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    Director Brett Davey has posted another video from the In The Dark session I filmed with him last month for his site, In Your Burn.  Head on over there and check out other videos that Brett has made including others from this series.


  9. Special edition prints of this poster, designed by Corey Pane and Connor Millican of IdleWilde Creations, will be available to the first 25 people to arrive to the show at Dirt Floor Studio on 03.01.14.
    Thursday, January 16, 2014

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    Special edition prints of this poster, designed by Corey Pane and Connor Millican of IdleWilde Creations, will be available to the first 25 people to arrive to the show at Dirt Floor Studio on 03.01.14.

  10. Sunday, January 12, 2014

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    Director Brett Davey has launched a new music and comedy site called In Your Burn! which includes a series of performance videos called “In The Dark.” In the truest spirit of the site, Courtney and I recorded a performance of my comedic tune “Galveston.”


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