yes, that’s right! go check out the schedule here and get some tickets! also buy a signed and numbered poster — designed and signed by me — hand pulled silk screen, by the great half & half. there are only 200 available so get on it. thanks to leah suarez for pulling this all together and keeping jazz happening in the holy city. right on!
barn jam. i know, another cassette. i like cassettes. theyre coming back. i swear. good one this week. go.
barn jam tomorrow night. looks like a humdinger. pack up the dog, pack up the kids, pack up grandma and head north to the woods. lifes short, live long.
If you missed it the past few years, dont miss it this year. this concert is one of the greatest live music events to hit any stage. get your tickets today. the halsey will have silkscreened posters available at the show, so bring some moolah and support the halsey yall!
Proud as hell to be working with leah suarez and the jazz artists of charleston. after working this past year with leah on the jazz season posters, she asked if i would create a poster for the inaugural charleston international jazz festival. this poster is going to be on sale during the festival. it is being silk screened by the great half & half, it will be 18 x 24 on a nice uncoated heavy stock. hand signed and numbered by me, there is a limited amount and i hope some of you will purchase one or two. go to the JAC website and details about the festival – it is the beginning of great things to come. hell yeah!
number one of 2015! 5 years running! can you believe it?! make this your number one. dress warmly. right on!
yep new years eve falls on a wednesday which means BARN JAM!!!! hit it up early then move on to the next one. be there. happy new year!
My family (robin, tillye and nick) and i took an epic vacation to the wonderful country of Iceland this past august. We rented a small RV and camped around the entire country for two weeks. we did not want to leave. but before we began our ring road adventure, we drove to Landeyjahofn, on the southern coast, drove our mobile home onto a ferry headed for Heimaey. we met our icelandic friends, Marteinn and Vigdis Jonnason and the son Oliver, in Heimaey (Westman islands) for a weekend we will never forget. Vigdis grew up on Heimaey so we stayed with them and her extended family and friends in her childhood home. Why you say? Well for the past 140 years on Heimaey, there is this huge 4 day music festival: Þjóðhátíð – in a crater. Heimaeys’ population is around 4000, but the island is invaded by another 15,000 icelanders ready to rock and roll. we were ready too. So this post: Iceland, August 2014, Part 1 is strictly some shots from our time on heimay. unforgettable. wish i could tell you all the stories in detail. maybe some day. marteinn is the guy in the red hat and flaming orange hair. look soon for part 2, The Beginning of the Ring Road.
it’s that time of year to think about things. try to think clearly and calmly and remember life’s tough on everyone but music heals the soul. come to the barn jam.