Played my songs this weekend surrounded by musicians who push me, are patient with me, and who have provided me with a whole other slice of delicious life. I like to think working a little off-balance keeps me from running the same old ruts. I know my bass player can relate.
Beautiful song about moving from fear to trust. By friend and neighbor Sean Carey. That’s my actual chore coat, wore it while feeding chickens that very morning.
These video shoots really take it outta me. It’s all the method acting. Music video for my friend and sometimes-collaborator S. Carey‘s “More I See” comes out next week. I got no idea, haven’t seen anything but a few of these photos by @brendanlauer + @kevin_horn … Check out the song and pre-order the record over…View post
I so enjoy building songs. Germ of an idea, a couple chords, see where it goes. Even if, say, all you got’s a half a verse and a chorus line, it’s a fine thing to sit in a circle with friends and run it ’round and ’round, feel it find its shape. Hear the harmonies…View post
Sitting in the woods most of this week, so here’s a throwback backstage photo of what you do when you’re over 50 and got ten minutes before the show starts. (It’s not just being over 50. Twenty-some years ago a country music roadie gave me advice for the touring life: “When you see food,…View post