Popular San Francisco singer-songwriter, Amy Obenski, accomplishes one-woman-band status: Amy Obenski always believed some things were impossible to do alone, like stage dive, or deliver full-band quality sound without a bunch of bandmates. That changed last October when she began integrating live-looping…. (Read the full article)
On April 17th I did a show at the notorious Lost Church in San Francisco. I asked the audience to film this one song with their cell phones so I could make a video with all the footage. This video is the result! Thanks to Tina Helland, Marshall Childs, Vlad Metrik, Xavier Rodriguez and Bill Fried for the footage.
Tonight my old friend and cello player, Daniel Brown, will be joining me at our show in Berkeley. We’re playing a new tune plus some old ones like Waves of Moments which he totally rocks! Can’t wait for this special night with the lovely Dan Frechette & Laurel Thomsen plus Mindy Dillard. Old and new friends are coming together with music, just as every night should be!
I’m so happy to finally be playing at The Lost Church in San Francisco this Friday. This is one of the most special spaces to play acoustic music in the City. To top it off, I’m sharing the night with Tom Rhodes who is a fantastic local singer songwriter and musician. I will be Live Looping at this show too! Click here to visit the Facebook event if you’d like to join. See you there!
The next big show will be on April 9th at Don Quixote’s in Felton, CA. I’m sharing the bill with Dan Frechette and Laurel Thomsen who are making it their CD Release Party! They are returning from a whirlwind tour of Canada for this awesome appearance. I’ll have my band with me, including Steve Uccello and John Russell. Dan and Laurel will also be featuring Patti Maxine, Jim Norris and Tracy Parker. It’s going to be a super fun night! Make sure to make this one if you can. See you there.