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The weather’s getting nice and we’re gearing up for an exciting spring and summer. So check my website for updates on outdoor shows. It’s always a good idea to confirm times and dates and I promise keep my site up-to-the-minute current.
KNOCK ON WOOD
We’ve booked 19 outdoor shows so far and I’m expecting at least a half dozen more. It all starts this Saturday, May 1, at the Duxbury Free Library (1 p.m.) and all of our shows are free. As usual, we’ll be all over the map, north of Boston, South Shore, Metro West New Hampshire and one gig (so far) in Maine. There are also a couple of gigs where I have no idea of the actual location but I promise to find my way there.
Check the Knock on Wood page for the latest tour info. You might also want to check the page to see exactly what we do. We’re basically an acoustic folk-rock duo that plays Classic Rock along with some of my songs. Some cool stuff has been added to the 2021 playlist, including Dire Straits, new Tom Petty songs and a Buffalo Springfield classic. I’ve written a few new songs, too.
Trust me, it’s worth a trip. Hope to see you.
OUTDOOR BASEBALL SHOWS
Baseball is an outdoor sport, right? So it’s only logical that I do the Musical Baseball Show outdoors.
After Zooming my hardball festivities four times in April, the first outdoor show is May 6 in Amesbury. There are five more open-air events in the coming months so check the schedule on the Musical Baseball Show page. Because seating may be limited, please contact the hosting organization first before venturing out.
Baseball songs, trivia, stories and lots of fun. More info can be found here.
For those of you who still like the comforts of home when viewing live music, there will be two Zoom baseball concerts in June. One of them is hosted by a library in Torrington, Conn., and I’ll be doing a few tunes that I don’t usually play for Boston-area audiences.
You may have noticed that my website has a slightly different look to it. Perhaps (perhaps?) that’s a bit presumptuous but I thought I should tell you that I changed web hosts and had to rebuild it from scratch. No worries, it was fun.
I haven’t reproduced every single page yet but I’m working on it feverishly. If there’s something you really need to see (song lyrics, how to order CDs or anything else), let me know. I’ll take care of you.
That’s it for now. We’re almost out of this pandemic. Be patient and stay safe.
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