Next week I will be performing at Eddie’s Attic—on Tuesday, October 16th with the great jazz singer Bernadette Seacrest and on Friday, October 19th with the great singer/songwriter Eliot Bronson. Eliot will be releasing his CD Milwaukee that evening, which we recorded earlier this year. On Saturday, October 20th I will be playing with Coy Bowles & The Fellowship at Zac Brown’s second annual Southern Ground Music & Food Festival in Charleston, S.C. Then on Sunday, October 21st I will join Atlanta Braves organist Matthew Kaminski at Churchill Grounds in midtown Atlanta for his Hammond Organ Grooves show, with special guest vocalist Gwen Hughes.
In addition to Eliot Bronson’s recording project, I have also contributed drum tracks in recent months to The Sundogs‘ single “Get It Right” and new songs by Art “Buddy” Edwards (for the film “Stuck Outside of Phoenix“), as well as vibraphone tracks to Khari Cabral‘s Clementine Sun and Kris Dale‘s Cinema Belvedere. Boxtop Jenkins‘ children’s album You’re Happier When You’re Happy (featuring Sean Mullins and the Indigo Girls) was recently released, on which I recorded drums and mallet instruments. Finally, Andrew Hyra recently released Curios, a collection of tracks he had recorded over the last decade – including previously unreleased songs we cut during the sessions for Spill in 1997.
Upcoming shows include more dates with Bernadette Seacrest, as well as Ted Russell Kamp and the Atlanta Pops Orchestra.