Sweltering summer greetings to you–
It’s been a productive time, and a time of transition around here–new songs starting to show themselves loud and proud, and a new era around the household begins soon as our daughter Charlotte, 17, starts college in NY this Fall, moving there on the 15th. A time for many many parental deep breaths, high hopes, and best wishes.
I’m honored to be sitting in on a couple of songs with Jon Byrd‘s Auto Parts tonight at The Station Inn here in Nashville; show starts at 9pm. This Saturday, August 6, I’ll be playing the Sidetrack Sessions series at the Legendary Kimbro’s Pickin’ Parlor, in Franklin, TN, at 6pm, playing a short solo set followed by a second trio set with partners in crime Ron Eoff and Paul Griffith.
And further on up the road: Take a look at that tour schedule! The new austerity and physical fitness program begins . . . uh, very very soon, I promise ye. Looking forward to a busy season coming up–two East Nashville Revue shows with Todd Snider and friends, a couple of local September shows early in the week of the 17th annual Americanafest: The Americana Music Association Festival & Conference, then a two-week solo east coast tour followed by a return to Louisiana and Texas with my very talented friend and smooth traveler, Amy McCarley. As always, check the tour page on my site, or find/track me on bandsintown.