I composed the acapella piece for the title track of “The Dance” and voiced other poems which were produced by The Glass Eye Ensemble as part of their multimedia art installation which you can check out tonight at Tim Faulkner Gallery.
Doors at 6p, a brief live performance by me/Mark Hamilton and Ron Whitehead/Jae Grady at 8p. No cover.
Next Tuesday, Jake Hellman and I debut our little country side project, Carl Jacob and Sheri Lynn.
This morning, I performed on air with NP Presley & The Ghost of Jesse Garon.
If you missed it live, you can listen here (we come in around the 21:50 mark).
(P.S. – The station is on an eight-second delay, so every time you hear us shouting, “Hit the button! Hit the button,” we’re referring to the emergency “dump” button stations have to stay FCC compliant with language. Nate tried.)
My friend Jake Hellman (Prayer Line) and I started co-writing on a quirky country side-project called Carl Jacob and Sheri Lynn (which is more or less our real names). Louisville is for Lovers released our first single today about getting dumped by text, and we sure hope you like it.
You can buy it locally at Guestroom Records, Matt Anthony Record Store, or order online at Bandcamp.
Jake Hellman and I co-wrote a quirky country song as Carl Jacob and Sheri Lynn (pretty much our real names) about getting dumped by text. It’s now streaming on the Louisville is for Lovers comp ahead of the 2/1 release of the CD. Anthony Olympia played slide guitar on this track.
Thanks to John King for putting this all together and LEO Weekly for debuting this. Listen here.