My friend Bradley Coomes and I made a weird little record a while back and it’s coming out on Deus Marginalia this Friday, 9/4.
If you missed the live streamed show I did with Mark Hamilton, you can check it out here (starts a little after 1:00). Much love to Radio Artifact for hosting us and to Deadbird Live for handling the audio and video.
Many thanks to WFPK for featuring my new song as the very first installment in their COVIDiary series.
I’m featured in a special 2020 Louisville is for Lovers calendar and art show for the 20th anniversary edition. The album release and art show will be Friday, February 7th at Craft(s) Gallery, 572 S 4th St. It’s FREE and starts at 6pm. The new album, calendar, and photo prints will be available.
My friends in Prayer Line invited me to play a couple shows with them and cover “Meet Ze Monsta” by one of my all-time favorite artists PJ Harvey.
Performing a duo set today at Ladyfest Dayton.
I wrote another song from a poem by Ron Whitehead called “The Shape of Water” (which Ron wrote many years before the movie), and my bandmate Mark Hamilton accompanied me on the recording which was included as part of his latest release on sonaBLAST! Records. Thanks to the LEO Weekly for including us in itsContinue reading “The Shape of Water”
I co-wrote a quirky country song about love and breaking up in the digital age under the pseudonym Carl Jacob and Sheri Lynn. It will appear on the 2019 Louisville is for Lovers comp which is set for release Friday, February 1st. Pre-order available now. The CD will come with one of four covers designed by artists atContinue reading “Louisville is for Lovers”
Ron Whitehead and The Glass Eye Ensemble featuring Sheri Streeter, with a special appearance by Lina Sanz present THE DANCE a Howard and Nancy Bruner Wilson & sonaBLAST! Records release Friday, March 1, 2019 at 6-11 pm with Live Performance at 8 pm at Tim Faulkner Gallery 991 Logan Street, Louisville, Kentucky, 502-389-0347 THE DANCEContinue reading “The Dance”
My buddies at Prayer Line invited me to be an extra in their new video for their single “A Martyr’s Death,” an ode to the 1975 horror movie Wicker Man (I’m the bunny in blue). It was a lot of fun and a lot of work, but director Mike Thompson and his crew as wellContinue reading “A Martyr’s Death”