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From New to Old England

September is always sneaky, but I feel like I blinked and summer went by. I welcome it- fall in New England is the best. I just rolled in from the swampy heat and inspiring music of New Orleans. ( It actually felt chilly back here in Boston the last few days). I played with John Lisi and his band at Cafe Negril and then at Chickie Wah Wah with Jason Ricci and the Bad Kind. That city is saturated with amazing musicians and I can’t wait to get back there.

The band and I have a few more Boston area shows coming up before I leave for a month-long tour of “Old” England with Snowboy and the Latin Section

This will be my first ever trip to Europe and its pretty wild that original music is getting me there! About ten years ago, I left an office job to pursue music full-time. If you told me then that I’d be getting on a plane in 2017 to tour with a group of world-class Latin Jazz musicians for a month in England, I would have thought you were playing a game of Three-Card Monte with my psyche.

In 2006, we released an album called “EAT”. Music streaming wasn’t quite as prominent as it is now, but I had put the album up on CD Baby for digital distribution. I soon got an email from a guy in the U.K. named “Snowboy” telling me he loved the song “Warm Bath Eyes”. He’s been championing my music ever since and we’ve kept in touch. Last year he covered two songs from subsequent albums (“Better”from “Age of Blame” and “Oxen Free”from “Year of the Ox”) on his latest album, “New York Afternoon”. The arrangements Mark came up with for the songs are stellar. We were able to record my vocals tracks and backing vocals with Yahuba Garcia-Torres remotely at Wonka Sound in Lowell with Sir Bob Nash and send them on to Snowboy. I’m honored to finally meet Mark and his band in a few weeks to travel with them as the supporting act and special guest for their UK tour of “New York Afternoon”.

These are some highlights, some easy nuggets from a much longer story. I’m grateful that for the few times I abandoned music and felt lost, I found my way back with so much support. Nobody does this music thing alone.  You adventurous people who are willing to give independent musicians your ears, your love, your time and your money are the other half of the equation that keeps us alive.  Thank you.

Please go to the “Shows” section of the website for details on upcoming shows.

See you out there!


MacLean Meets Maceo!

Peter MacLean is one of my favorite humans on the Earth.  He has also been mine (and several other Boston area bands’) favorite drummer for a long time.

Recently, Pete was asked by funk legend Maceo Parker to play drums on a European tour. This is huge and so well-deserved.  Anyone that knows Pete knows that he is super humble, but I’m going to brag about him a little bit here.

Here’s a YouTube clip of Pete with Maceo!  Enjoy!

Across the Pond

A few years back, I got a very kind email from a man named Mark “Snowboy” Cotgrove.  He found my music on CD baby and said he was a fan.  He is a very talented and humble guy — if you read his resume, it’s pretty extensive and impressive.

Unbeknownst to me, he started advocating for me in the UK and we kept in touch over the years.  He’s just released his 16th full-length album and decided to cover two of my songs: “Better” and “Oxen Free”.  Thanks to modern technology, I also got to sing on the two tracks, one of which also has Yahuba Torres singing backups with me.  We were able to record the lead vocals in Lowell at Wonka Sound with Bob Nash, and send files back across the pond.

The album was just released all over the world.  The arrangements Mark did of my songs are amazing as is the album.  Here are the links to pick up your copy from Mark’s Facebook post:


I hope you will enjoy it. THANK YOU so much for all of your support

If you’d like to buy it, info is below :

Crazy Beat Records
Fives Records
Dusty Groove
Simply Soul
Soul Brother

If you need links, here is Juno, Amazon US, Amazon UK and iTunes.