I’m at Z’otz in New Orleans. Have you been? It’s kind of like your college roommate who is double majoring in fashion and fine art dropped out and started a coffee shop. And, the year was 1997. I was staring confused at dismembered mannequin legs on the floor when it […]
Last night I was privileged to hear the Iguanas perform. They were raucous with tight grooves and the audience was dancing. It was also cool because I got to thank them for raising money in Baton Rouge last week. The flooding messed us up pretty bad, and their show at the Dyson House Listening […]
Improvisation is dangerous. That’s what I like about it. I started performing Spontaneous Combustion events 6 years ago, and it still inspires me. Imagine five musicians on a stage extemporaneously creating a song. There is no director or curator. No one has a score. No one knows how the tune will […]
I wrote this song during the Great Flood of 2016. Many friends and family members lost everything. What I saw was a community stand together victorious in the midst of tragedy. I was proud to live in Southern Louisiana. There is a special joy that comes with rebuilding/remodeling. A […]
This is going to be a really special show. The Parlor is a new listening room in Baton Rouge. It has a really cool vibe, and I’ve been looking forward to playing there for a few months. Live music is always one of my favorite ways to celebrate holidays. Here are 3 reasons I […]
This is going to be amaaaaaazing. Can’t wait!
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