This last week has been crazy! Between the Ezekiel’s Wheels southeast tour and all the stuff that’s happened in Boston over the past week, I’m pretty exhausted. I’ll post more details from the tour when I get a chance, but in the meantime I figured I’d update about all the shows for this week:
Tomorrow (Sunday, April 21st), I’ll be playing with Honeysuckle Hoedown at the Hebrew Rehabilitation House in Roslindale at 2:30 pm. We’ll be playing an hour of bluegrass and country tunes.
On Tuesday (April 23rd), I’ll be at the Lizard Lounge in Cambridge playing with the Kristen Ford Band for the first time in a couple months. Kristen’s finally coming back from a massive tour that’s covered much of this country as well as many cities in Europe. The show starts at 9 pm and will also feature Bess Rogers and Matthew Santos. Admission is $8 and advance tickets can be found here.
On Wednesday (April 24th), I’m excited to be playing a solo set to open my friend’s Boston movie premiere of “What I Love About Concrete“. I’m mostly excited to see the movie because I’ve been hearing about it for so long, and it’ll be fun to have a chance to perform some of my solo material again. The evening starts at 7 pm, and please contact me for the address if you are interested in coming.
Then on Thursday (April 25th), I’ll be up at the Village Tavern in Salem with the Cold Chocolate trio (Ethan Robbins on guitar, James McIver on banjo, and myself on bass). We’ll be playing original and classic bluegrass and Americana tunes all night starting at 8 pm.
Friday night (April 26th), Spider Cider will be playing out for the first time since the fall, which is exciting. We’ll be performing as part of the Dirty Gerund Road Show at Clark University out in Worcester.
Then on Saturday night (April 27th), I’m excited to be playing with Laura Cortese for her CD release shows at Passim in Cambridge. We’ll be playing two shows, one at 7 pm and one at 10 pm. Her new CD Into the Dark is great, I’ve been listening to it a bunch to learn all of tunes, so it should be a really good show.
Ok that’s all of them for the week! I’ll be posting more about the tour, as well as some other exciting musical developments soon.