Weekly Shows

…I’m lucky to have a couple recurring shows that will happen in the coming months….

Thursday Happy Hours at the Bayou are a go for now; we’ll be getting together around 6:00 in downtown Albany for some drinks, some music, and some good people.  Musical guests will be along each week, starting with Thom LaFond, a great guitarist with  Sunny Side of the Street Band.  A great way to get a jump on the weekend for you state and downtown workers , we’re looking forward to seeing you at some of the shows!

http://bayoucafe.com/

Blue Mondays are also returning to the main branch of the Albany Public Library!  Prior to each week’s instructional session hosted by Ben and Tor, I’ll be playing a set between the two auditoriums starting at 6:00pm.  The shows are free and all-ages/skill level attendance is encouraged for both the shows and the classes, which focus on a different aspect of song and songwriting each week.  Had a great time doing the last stretch of these shows and looking forward to getting back to them.

In addition, look out for the Palatypus set happening March 9th.  We’ll be opening up for Zan Strumfeld at her EP release party at the very cool More Bread & Jam Cafe in Cohoes.  Good people and about as great an acoustic space as you can hope for, this will be a great show, don’t miss it!

http://www.facebook.com/zanstrumfeldmusic

http://www.facebook.com/MoreBreadAndJamCafe

And speaking of Palatypus, Mike Poulopoulos gears up to release his second record March 30th at Caffe Lena in Saratoga, lots of great players were on the record, keep your ears peeled, it’s bound to be good…

http://www.mrpoulopoulos.com/

 

Weekend Shows!

Hey gang, a couple of cool shows this weekend;

Friday 2/24 I’ll be at Design It Together in Troy with the great songwriter Jed Davis.  We’ll be celebrating Troy Night Out by playing some music and making merriment.  Jed is a great talent,  the man can turn a phrase like few others, and I’m excited to hear his tunes again.  Free show at a great, independent space, what more could you ask for?

More, you say?  Okay, Saturday evening, I’ll be donating my time to the Upstate Artists Guild first annual “Back in the Black Fundraising Gala” at the Normanside Country Club.  I’ll be playing after the Classical Guitar Society, during the champagne preview section of the auction.  So get fancy, throw on your social graces, and come on out not only to hear some great music from a bevvy of talented musicians and DJs, but to support a great organization….

http://events.timesunion.com/delmar-ny/events/show/236772385-uag-1st-annual-gala-back-in-the-black

More to come, let it sing!