Monthly Archives: January 2013

Tour Blog from Lafayette, Indiana

Last evening, Duane Chew and I played two shows. An early show at Greyhouse Coffee in West Lafayette (photo) with Emily Myren and a late show at Star City Coffee & Ale House in Lafayette (photo, photo). However, as I … Continue reading

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Tour Blog from South Bend, Indiana

The last two performances of my recent five-day outing were in South Bend, Indiana on Saturday night. The first one was an early show at Quincy’s Cafe. Amazingly kind staff, a stage and sound system that works perfectly for the … Continue reading

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Tour Blog from Naperville, Illinois

Played a really fun set with Duane Chew last night at The Union in Naperville, Illinois. Duane drove all the way up Lafayette just to join me for a quick 26-minute set. After taking the stage solo the three previous … Continue reading

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Tour Blog from Chicago, Illinois

Last night, I played at Uncommon Ground on Devon in Chicago. My voice was feeling a lot better than it was two nights ago in Madison, and several friends came out. I have to say that it’s been really encouraging … Continue reading

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Tour Blog from Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Wdup, Milwaukee? Are all of your elephants drunk or just these three? Thank you for the kind bar owners and bartenders, the write-up in the Journal Sentinal, the amazing PBR artwork on your buildings, several pints of Spotted Cow, and … Continue reading

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Tour Blog from Madison, Wisconsin

Where do I begin? What a beautiful city with some amazing people! Before last night, I had never played a show in central Wisconsin. I only vaguely remember driving through the area while I was still in college. After my … Continue reading

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January 2013 Newsletter

“We spend our time searching for security and hate it when we get it.” – John Steinbeck Since graduating from college in 2003, I have traveled down a fairly comfortable path of stability. There were moments when I thought about … Continue reading

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