I’ve just sent a new installment, volume 18, of my email newsletter Sonatas and Interludes. You can subscribe and read the letter, including back issues, here. Generally acclaimed and not at all regular. Hear what I think about trails of central Oregon and the geological writings of John McPhee. The Battenkill is plugged; supercontinents are enumerated.
I’ll repeat one float here, which is: I’m thinking about a house concert tour in summer or early fall of 2019. These would be donation-based concerts, Luke-and-guitar type events, which would take place at no cost to the host. I’ve been thinking a lot about how to make these events successful, and I have a specific model in mind. Do you want to host a house concert? Drop me a line.
Hey, you know what else? My Kyser capo lost a piece of rubber recently, after twenty years (!) of service. I sent it to Kyser, and they fixed it up for me and sent it right back with a handwritten note. Ace customer service, Kyser. The only capo I've ever owned and the only one I'll buy going forward.
• Gone Walkabout
• Music as Drama
• Crossroads II
• 10 Best of 2014
• January: Wyoming and the Open
• February: New Mexico and the Holes
• Coming Up
• Notes on The Accounts
• Crossroad Blues