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I’ll be playing a set in the upstairs room at Pianos, 158 Ludlow St., New York, NY. 21+, no cover. Hope to see you there!

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My set starts at 8:00pm.


The Bowery Electric

327 Bowery, New York, NY 10003

Photo shoot with Shervin Lainez

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Hi Everyone! After a long hiatus I am happy to announce a show coming up on November 19, 2014 at Pianos, 158 Ludlow St., New York, NY @ 8pm.


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Wednesday, January 15th @ 8pm – Pianos, 158 Ludlow St, NYC.

Friday, February 7th @ 8pm – Spike Hill, 186 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn (Williamsburg – off the Bedford L stop). Benefit show for Oxfam.

So…I have been on a mini-hiatus from my usual gig schedule. But that all comes to an end in 2014. Come and hear acoustic versions of my album tunes, new songs, and covers I have been working on. Come revel in the beautiful sounds of fingerpicking guitar which I have been laboring over for the past few months. Looking forward to sharing some music!

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Benefit show on November 26, 2013, at The Bitter End, as part of the Leave a Lasting Mark Concert Series. Many amazing musicians playing and singing backing vocals on this tune.

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Next Show: Tuesday, October 8th @ 7pm

I am very excited to announce my first post-record-release show as part of a two night concert, “Songwriters and Strings” at Tammany Hall (152 Orchard St, NYC). There will be four songwriters each night, and a string quartet.

I open the second night (10/8) at 7pm sharp.

I’ll be joined my amazing friend Steve Katz on guitar, and the ever-impressive Alexander Sovronsky on violin and perhaps a few other things.

Hope to see you there!

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What’s Next?

It’s been three weeks since my amazing record release party, attended by 100+ people, at the fabulous Rockwood Music Hall. At the after party immediately following the show, I was asked multiple times, “So, what’s next?” I really had no answer, as all of my efforts in the months and weeks before had been poured into the release show. In my ideal world, I would have had a tour mapped out which kicked off immediately following. But, I could only do so much, and I wanted the show to be great; I thought it would be better to give it my full attention, and then plan a tour afterward.

Three weeks post record release show and I feel like I can finally start thinking and planning again. I have a short list of places I will definitely go: Albany, DC, and Rochester. The “Places I’ve Lived Tour.” I will plan for a trip to California early next year. And then there is an exponentially longer list of places I want to go, which is everywhere. Touring has always been a part of my dream. When I didn’t have a job, I didn’t have the album done yet, so it didn’t make sense to tour. Now that I have a job, I can’t just hit the road for an extended period of time, so I will do weekends, federal holidays, and vacation days. Maybe call it the “PTO Tour.”

I’m excited to do as much as I can. For the Albany show, I’d like to have a full band, similar to my NYC record release show. It would be great to be able to get the band from the NYC show to come up for a night — perhaps logistically challenging, but you never know.

Updates to come!

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