Here’s a quick video shot from a Thursday night in Hamilton a few months ago. Also a reminder that I’m at the Augusta House (also in Hamilton) on Sunday nights starting at 10pm
I’ve missed some of you but that will change soon as most things do. Starting in January I’ll be leading the house band for the Studio Sessions in Hamilton. Each month will feature special guests from the wide world of R&B, Blues and Americana world. The first guest will be the one and only Tony Springer, along with a few others to make the night a little more special. Tony and I always have a nice time playing together and this time will be no different. Check out the poster below. I’ve also attached a link to a short clip of my group’s residency at Lou Dawg’s in Hamilton every Thursday night. That’s all for now.
Made it into the paper along with a few friends. Thanks for the great summer.
This Saturday night my trio will be opening for Randy Bachman along with Teenage Head at the Festival of Friends in Hamilton. Located at the Ancaster Fairgrounds our set is at 7pm where we’ll be playing a bunch of my tunes along with some neato covers!
I’d also like to share a short promo video a good friend of mine put together for me.
Morgan Davis and myself will be the featured guests this Sunday at Bay City Music Hall from 2-6pm. 50 Leander Drive, Hamilton – your mom will love it.
Today we lost Prince. He was the first artist I saw one TV who made me want to do what I do for a living. His was a devastating loss on the world in my humble opinion and I was lucky enough to see him a few times while he was on tour on top of owning everything he put out.
In brighter news I’ve been lucky enough to play with and meet some of my guitar heroes this month. Tonight I met Robben Ford, another life changing musician for me, earlier this week my band had a great show with Philip Sayce and a week ago I was lucky enough to meet Chris Duarte. All fantastic experiences that reminded how important it is to go and see the artists you admire while you have the chance. I’ve attached some neato shots from the last couple weeks.
Photos by mega-talent Bob Hatcher.
Today I did a short radio interview with the one and only Ric Taylor on CFMU promoting the show with Philip Sayce on Tuesday April 19th. In case you missed it, you can listen here.
For all you Facebook users, here’s a link to the event, you can get tickets at various locations including The Casbah, Strathcona, Picks & Sticks and Dr. Disc