What better way to ring in December than with a full day of performances in lovely Napanee, Ontario. They glammed up Dundas Street just for me, I suspect:
I started the day with performances at Napanee District Secondary School and Southview Public School, thanks to Al Rankin and Live Wire in the Schools. Then I capped off the evening with a show at Ellena‘s, presented by StarStop Concerts. (Somewhere in there, I also enjoyed a relaxing lunch at Ellena’s – delicious sandwiches!)
photo by Barry Lovegrove
photo by Clifford Trott
Next up, I’ll be heading into the studio for a few weeks to get cracking on this new album. In the meantime, check out some of the new paintings I’ve added to the gallery.
Never underestimate what a flu can do! That was a rough recovery, truly a lesson in patience. I was glad to be back in good enough health to head down to Connecticut last weekend for the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance conference. I performed in six showcases and met lots of fabulous folk music performers and supporters.
Here’s a photo courtesy of Mira Shapiro, who stayed up with us until 3:30am at the AcousticMusicScene.com “O Canada” showcase. It was fun to have an impromptu band on stage too!
My next show is coming up on December 1 in Napanee, Ontario at Ellena’s Cafe and it’s presented by StarStop Concerts. It may very well be my last gig before 2017, and I’ll toss in some winter tunes whether we get any snow or not. Tickets are on sale now.