This sunday yall! The Milk Carton Kids are at the Charleston Music Hall on john st. downtown. if you havent heard these guys — go to spotify or something and give it a listen. amazing. then buy some tickets and go see em live! hell yeah. pictured is the poster for the music hall show i designed. we only printed 50 and they will be on sale at the show on sunday. right on!
Proud as hell to with leah suarez & the charleston jazz orchestra on their 6th season posters. this show, swingelectric, is this coming saturday and will be a killer! if you love jazz fusion – like i do – this is the show. think chick corea, return to forever, miles, stanley clarke, etc. get your tickets today!
hoist the barn jam trophy! all hail rock n roll! tomorrow night, a special night.
oh yeah, a sweet line up. dont miss the barn jam this week. a good coating of musical paint is what the soul yearns for. do it up.
barn jam. tomorrow night. enough said.
my fishing pals and i were on hatteras island in the nc outer banks last week for our yearly tuna fishing trip with our good friend jay cavanaugh, captain of the bite me along with his excellent mate and compadre, kat. my friend pat brought his gopro trolling device that we ran within the dredge (that’s a fake school of bait, that you can see in the video). anyway we have a few hours of footage from trolling as well as deep drops for bottom fishing. little did we know on our first day offshore that a big blue marlin had sniffed our baits. the video here is that blue marlin. pretty cool.
on wednesdays at sewee outpost they sometimes catch it. at the barn jam. dont miss it.
We just received word that Tales of the Conjure Woman won an Honorable Mention in the annual publications competition of the American Alliance of Museums. This is an incredibly big honor, as this competition is among the most rigorous in the museum field, as there are over 3,800 member museums in AAM. This congratulations goes out to alot of folks, and thanks for being such a pleasure to work with everyone! Special thanks to Renee Stout and Fatima Mayfield for spinning such a magnificent tapestry. And, to Mark Sloan, who brings out the best in all of us. Cheers.