This Week In Live Music March 2nd-8th

Hi, we have some solo, duo, and FULL BAND shows this week, super fun!

Tuesday: Completely acoustic show, duo (w/cello) at White Horse Tavern in Post Alley (a couple of doors south of Kells) in Seattle, 8-10, no cover. This place is really cool.

Wednesday: Solo, Happy Hour at Bernard’s, 315 Seneca, 5-7PM, no cover. I get to dig a little deeper into my song book for this show, and this place has the cheapest booze in town. $2 well drinks, $3.50 draft beers.

Sunday: FULL BAND show at 88 Keys in Pioneer Square. 4PM. ALL AGES. I’m very excited to have a band again, and we’re going to have a very fun show in support of the Seattle Children’s Hospital. Bring a new toy, DVD, activity set for a kid who is probably very bored of being in a hospital.

And bring some friends, good times guaranteed!



Crush Cancer Benefit Show March 8 At 88 Keys

We are performing a full-band show at 88 Keys in Pioneer Square, Seattle, on Sunday March 8 at 4PM for a very fun Crush Cancer benefit event:


Bring a $5 donation or a toy for the Seattle Children’s Hospital Research Foundation.

88 Keys
Sunday, March 8



Live Thur Dec 11 at 88 Keys in Pioneer Square, Seattle WA

I’m performing at an all ages show at 88 Keys in Pioneer Square on Thursday, Dec 11, 9PM. Only $3!!!


Also performing are Matthew Meadows and Annie O’Neill, it’s going to be a very fun night! AND, super-fan and Revelette, Mary Ann will be having her birthday celebration with us, good times guaranteed!



Beautiful May Day

Tonight’s moonset/sunset was majestic. Gorgeous breeze. And I feel good. A really good type of good.

I also had a fun show at 88 Keys in Pioneer Square, Science! also played and we’re performing together again at 4th Ave Tav in Olympia on Saturday May 10, come check us out!

Oh! I also marched with workers and other progressive activists through downtown Seattle today for some basic rights that most workers in industrialised nations have:

Seattle also announced today that the minimum wage here is going up to $15. It’s a good start. I believe that people who work full time should be able to afford to live without taking food stamps and other poverty subsidies.

We can keep making things better with a little footwork and a lot of singing.

All the best,