Winter/ Spring 2018

The Acoustic Coffee Hours continues for it's [ amazingly ] 9th season on Saturday mornings at the Lakeside Coffee House. Along side some relaxing steel string guitar solos, I sing a few songs and try not to talk too much; becomes a bit of a challenge to reign myself in after a few cups of their fresh brew.
Tim Haub told me last weekend that he almost stopped in to to add some side-mandolin last Saturday but opted for hitting the snooze button. He's probably due to make an appearance soon.

Coming up in February I'll make my second appearance at the Fired Up Pottery.
Imagine listening to great acoustic guitar music and songs [humble brag] whiles shaping your pottery masterpiece! They also offer painting on canvas and glass.
Details:  http://www.fireduppottery.com/
I'll be there Friday February 9,  from 7-9pm.

Another return gig: The Jeweler's Edge hosts fantastic parties during the Baraboo Wine and Beer Walks with a full catered spread by Elite Catering. Below you'll see a pic of Me and Elvis [and our Biggest Fan] enjoying a plate of desert at a past event.
I'll be playing and singing in their space on May 4th, so of course the theme for the evening will be Cinco de Mayo.
Finally a chance to play my favorite Los Lobos tunes!

New stuff: working up another guitar duo, this time with my son Zane. He's been gigging weekly at the Mt. Zion Baptist church in our neighborhood; the skills he's developed in funk, rhythm and blues are something to behold!
Working title: 'Old Man and the Z'
We'll keep you posted on shows.

Thanks to Madison Early Education Teachers and Joan Hentschel's family for having me play their private parties in December at The Lakeside and in their home!
Contact me directly to inquire if you'd like some music for your next big thing!

That's all for now...

1 comment:

  1. I like this place. I was here the other night, I've been there for about four or five hours and found the prices reasonable on all fronts and the staff to be so friendly. I would be the perfect person to have on an infomercial for these venues in Los Angeles if they ever had one.

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