Back to Work (just a little bit)

Wow. The last 3 months have been the longest period in many years where I haven’t played any gigs. (Although, like many other musicians, I have been livestreaming on fb).   I wasn’t bored, as I spent a lot of time catching up on long-deferred projects around the house, exploring Read More

Music From Home

The clubs are closed, the breweries and restaurants trying to get by on take-out, festivals are cancelling, which leaves musicians with no stages to play on, no crowds to perform in front of,  no easy way to gather with our fellow players and make a few songs together.  But that Read More

Live-Streaming Triple A Blues Band

Wow! Had a great time playing with The Triple A Blues Band at The Music Mart Friday night, so good to see all y’all tune in – and thanks for the tips! (You can see the video here) As you may have noticed during the shoot, we practiced “Players Pathogen Read More

Getting Through It

Welcome to the new normal as we try not to make each other sick.  I livestreamed on Facebook for St. Patrick’s Day, had a great time and apparently, so did the people who tuned in to watch. Erin Go Bragh!  Friday March 20th I’m on again, but as a member Read More

Just A Blues Piano Player?

Yes, I love the Blues, and I love playing the Blues. Blues piano is my wheelhouse, as they say. But that doesn’t mean I play ONLY the Blues – just come out to most of my shows and you’ll see (and hear) me play plenty of songs that are not Read More

August Already >>>

So July was a whirlwind of rehearsals and gigs, mostly due to Arts Fest (officially, The Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts) in State College. Over the course of 4 days I played 9 shows with all of my regular bands: The Denicats, Triple A Blues Band, Natascha & The Read More

It’s July!

And July means Arts Fest which means a lot of intense fun because I have to practice and rehearse and practice and rehearse for all the shows I’m playing that week – and then I get to play the shows! You can look at my schedule (right over there >>>) Read More

A Rousing Start to 2019

Typically, January has been one of the slow months of the year for gigs. After all the hustle and excitement of the holiday season, people are exhausted, the weather turns colder, belts get tightened, and tax returns start to get worked on. At least, that’s how I always feel. But Read More

The Last Shows of 2018

and the First Shows of 2019! I hope you’re having a great holiday season, mine’s been good so far. But in case you need it, I’ll be doing my part to spread a little joy this week. So, whenever you need a break from the in-laws, elves, and reindeer, come Read More