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Two Shows: Crossroads in June, Connolly’s NYC in July.

I have two shows booked this summer, thus far.

The first is at one of my favorite venues – Crossroads in Garwood, NJ. This is a great place with good food and an all ages crowd so no need to find that babysitter.

We play from 8-9pm and my good friend Jill Cagney is playing before us from 7-8pm. So get there early and see her too. Rumor has it we’ll be “dueting” a song between our sets…

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Two Gigs: Crossroads (NJ) and National Underground (NYC)

I’ve added two gigs to the calendar, folks. I sure hope to see you there if you’re in the area.

December 2, 2011 will be at one of my favorite NJ venues, The Crossroads in Garwood, NJ. We go on at 8pm. Dave Wilson will be making his debut on lead guitar. Steve Savona is on bass and Rob Silverman will be on drums. It’s always a good time at Crossroads and the food is great so please come on down and have some fun with us.

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Look Sharp! On May 21st

One of the fun things about being a multi-instrumentalist is that you can play with many different bands in different capacities. When playing my original material, I’m up front and mostly on guitar. For most of my other gigs, however, I’m usually the drummer.

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Got Me A Rock And Roll Band, It’s A Free For All

Oh, that Nuge… always good for a quote.

It’s been an interesting couple of years to say the least. 2009 and 2010 found me writing two albums worth of material, plus what I call “pre-composing” two concept pieces of about 10 songs each. I call it pre-composing because those pieces exist only in my head except for the lyrics which are all written and complete.

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Damaged Goods

I’ve been quite busy the past year writing, recording, re-recording, compiling, plotting, scheming, planning, and you get the idea.

I think that 14 songs seems like a good enough amount for a formal release. Why 14? No idea. It just seems like a good number to me. I already have more songs in the works that will probably end up on the second release unless I decide to squeeze some more onto this one. I’m enjoying the number 14 though. Paul Westerberg’s first official solo record (if you don’t count the Replacements’ All Shook Down as a Paul record) was called 14 Songs. So why not. There must be some good karma there someplace.

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