I stopped by Easton tonight to join my buddies Shawn and Kenny on their MicHop Podcast to talk about this weekend’s music festival and campout, SHAKEDOWN BY THE RIVER, American Education, and much more. Advertisements
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Last year I was fortunate to get to go on tour as a Tour Manager, and when I returned I was equally as fortunate to get to interview Langhorne Slim at Rough Trade in Brooklyn. For an interview I didn’t get to do much prep for, I’m happy with how it came out. Since Langhorne is releasing a new album this Friday, I figured I’d do a #TBT and share the extended cut here. Read More
Below you’ll find a sample from my upcoming book, Maybe These Are Poems/Maybe These Are Songs/Whatever They Are/They Sure Aren’t Long. You’ll notice to the right of the poem/song/whatever is a prompt. That is because this is to be an interactive book. After all, I firmly believe everyone should write even if it’s only for themselves. […]
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It’s been a bit since I’ve put some fresh words and thoughts on this site, but I figure right now is as good a time as any to do so. Returning from tour forced me to push the old reset button on this weird thing we call life. While the Tour Manager position was essentially […]
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Note: I was lucky enough to snag a gig as the Tour Manager for the Jake Clemons Band. This entry is a brief reflection on our 4th day of tour. We arrived in Bowling Green, Ohio around 11pm and checked in to our AirBnB booking, The Art House. It’s a house adorned with original art, […]
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The first time I saw Spirit Family Reunion was the product of total boredom and uselessness. I had surrendered to the notion that my day was to be spent in my underwear playing video games. Then my friend called and asked if I wanted to see Levon Helm in Woodstock, NY. It wasn’t much of […]
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Since I was 13 I’ve been pretty involved in local music in New Jersey. At first it was just going to a lot of shows, thanks largely in part to awesome parents, who would shuttle my friends and I an hour away to places like Birch Hill or Krome, both of which are extinct venues […]
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