Yes, if ever there was wonder how many T's there are in my last name, the subject line of this email should confuse you forever.
Hello to you...I hope you have enjoyed parts of your summer as much as I have. Life goes on I suppose but with a different feel in the air... birth, death, family, friends music, sports. (yay...almost hockey season!)
I write here to mostly tell you about my musical ongoings. It is an exciting time (maybe I always say that?) as there are lots of different things happening.
The focus of my musical life continues to be our group So Long Seven. Playing music withRavi Naimpally, Neil Hendry and William Lamoureux has been so much fun this summer and we feel that in some ways we are just beginning. In case you never got to hear our debut, self-titled CD you can still buy it here: https://itunes.apple.
com/ca/album/so-long-seven/id1 055400272 or you can get an actual copy of the CD from us at upcoming concerts. (also available at Soundscapes on College st.)
So Long Seven is performing a free outdoor concert at the Guelph Jazz Festival onSeptember 17 at 830pm. Later that night we will play a couple sets at the Red Brick Cafe (also in Guelph)
Our only Toronto show in September will be at the Lula Lounge on Friday September 30.Free admission before 8pm. (we play one set at 730pm)
Friday sept 2 playing bluegrass at the Cloak and Dagger (on College st.) 10pm-1am.
Thurs Sept 8 playing the Tranzac with the Collette Savard Band at 10pm. Here is a link to her new video that my son Dylan did some camera work on as well as the editing.
Please check out her online campaign to raise money to help make our first record.
Wed Sept 14 at 830pm I am playing banjo on a duo show with Andrew Downing (cello) at our neighbourhood bookstore; Sellers and Newel. Advance tickets are recommended. (small venue!) there is beer for sale.
See you soon!