I'm being compiled!
|6/4/04: I'm proud to report that I'm joining Julie Dougherty, Joe Kowan, Deb Pasternak, Steve Gretz, Kate Redgate, Lisa Bastoni, Tom Driscoll, Thea Hopkins and a bunch of other very talented folks on the Boston's Best Singer/Songwriter Showcase sampler CD for 2004, put together by the folks at Bay State Sound. This is a promotional CD (you can't buy it, from me or from anybody), so of course, I'm expecting the phone calls to come rolling in any day now.|
Open mikes in the news
11/30/03: I've recently been interviewed about the Boston open mike scene for two publications: by Jo Charest, host of the Folk in Harmony coffeehouse, for May 2003 issue of the New England Entertainment Digest, and by John Winters, for the November 20, 2003 Weekender section of Attleboro Sun Chronicle.. Don't worry, I won't let it go to my head.
Helping out my friends
4/7/02: I'm also flattered to report that I added some piano to tracks on recent albums by my friends Terence Hegarty and Mark Stepakoff. Check them out too!
4/7/02: The lyrics page now includes an archive of the lyrics I've posted over the years on my Web site.
I'm being covered!
6/22/01: I'm absolutely flattered and honored to report that my good friend Dan Hart has covered "The Millennium Song" on his album The Life of Dan. Check it out!
It's a paltry collection at the moment, but now that I have a digital camera, count on it mushrooming.
Amazing Things Arts Center, December 2006. A tiny little girl drew this on the back of one of my gig cards after our set. Too cute for words.
Club Passim, April 1999. Live at Club Passim was recorded this particular evening, which I shared with Eric Gerber, Eric Schwartz, and Summer Pierre.
My publicity photos, as well as the CD photo for Live at Club Passim, are by Steve Black. Steve is a talented commercial and art photographer, and a friend. He doesn't have a Web presence, but I can put you in touch with him if you're interested. He's a delight to work with, and easily as imaginative as a number of far better known photographers in the area.
My signature font is Marydale, available from the Type Quarry. Iused Marydale for many years before I discovered that it really was never intended to be free. Pay for your fonts, people.
Some of my icons come from the Crystal interaction design project, which is responsible for the icons in a wide range of open source software projects.
As for the graphic design for my Web site and my albums, it's all me.