(Actually, TWO firsts!)

While we here in America are hardly out of the COVID woods yet, in-person events are coming back for the vaccinated and responsible. In September, I’m doing a full evening show for Live at the A-Frame, hosted by Coddy Nuckols. It’s all outdoors overlooking beautiful Kagel Canyon, on Saturday night, September 25 at 5:30pm (doors).

I’ve played his well-attended concert series a few times before, but inside the house. Evidently he’s turned the outside patio into a cool performance space, with plenty of room to feel comfortable. As is the norm these days, it’s Advance Reservations Only, $20 per seat. Official proof of vaccination is required, but masks are optional, at your own discretion. You’re welcome to bring a table-ready dish, snack, or drink to share. And there will be a lovely song circle afterwards, so bring your guitars. 

Scottie Breadman and Carl Sealove will be backing me up on percussion and bass, respectively. And there may be some other surprises as well. Here’s how to reserve your place:

Now I said there were TWO firsts: The “first” of the first shows is this weekend at the fabulous and talented Patty Silversher’s place. I’m sharing the bill with my brilliant singer/songwriter/playwright friend (and former bandmate) Amy Engelhardt, this Sunday night. However, this show is more socially-distanced than the one I did for her in 2018, so it sold out as soon as Patty notified her mailing list. But I’m looking forward to seeing those who scored tickets. Everyone else, please come see me at Coddy’s on 9/25. 

We (my fabulous wife and showmate Danelle Stockdale and me) just did Safe @Home #73! We even kept the show going during our month-long cross-country trip. Spend an hour with us 5:30pm Tuesdays (Pacific Time) on my Facebook music page. This page is a public page – you don’t need to be a member of Facebook to watch (only to comment).
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We really love hearing from all of you, and having you join us every Tuesday. So if you’re in Southern California, please come to the Sept. 25th show. At the show, I may see if Danelle can take a moment to talk about the great work she did this month with PILAglobal, teaching refugee children from the camps in Tijuana, Mexico. A lot of our loyal viewers contributed to her cause, financed her volunteer work there and helped bring the joy of play and learning to some very stressed out children. We are both so grateful for your kindness.

Much love,