Catching a plane home. More later. Wanted you to hear this right away, tho.
Haven’t done one of these in a while, since Void, but River‘s been percolating and on my short list for some time now, another song I came lately to know. Staying true to the Old Ramon original (though influenced by innumerable live tracks of all my favorite Mark Kozelek songs, on perpetual play for over […]
Just wrapped Show #325 of From the Top at the Plaza Theater in El Paso, TX. I premiered, as my break piece midway through the show, a brand new arrangement I’d crafted in my long line of songs by Mark Kozelek, songwriter and lead singer of Red House Painters, his 90’s band in San Francsico, […]
It’s just over a year since Sun Kil Moon’s Third and Seneca popped up randomly on a drive in Montana. From that moment I’ve been taken over by the music of Mark Kozelek, Sun Kil Moon and his San Francisco 90’s band, Red House Painters, in a way I’d never expected. I’ve arranged songs for […]
From the Top just wrapped Show #324 in the comfy environs of Tarisio Fine String Instruments & Bows in New York City. I played another one of the endless string of pieces I love by this eminent composer of our times, all times, Anton Garcia-Abril. We’ve struck up, Anton, his wife Aurea, and I, a […]
At this summer’s Season One of concerts at TippetRise Arts Center outside Fishtail, MT, we will be featuring a set of concerts in celebration of the large-scale sculptures being installed over the coming months. Thusfar, we have commemorated installations of work by Mark DiSuvero (the Ariel Quartet performing the Heilige Dankgesang movement from Op. 132 […]