…really comes down to five or ten minutes of your time. And a stamp. And an envelope and a piece of paper. And a decision to spend those minutes in a way that could take a step toward righting a wrong.
Ed Chapman is a friend of mine. I’ve written about him before on . . . → Read More: What I Want For Christmas…
On Saturday, I took my son Mason to the zoo in Asheboro. It was a gorgeous day, but there were very few people there. When I stopped into the gift shop to rent a stroller (Mason hurt his foot this week and wasn’t quite up to all the walking), I asked . . . → Read More: A Zoo Story…
I’m long overdue in posting this, since Emma has been working with me for months now. I guess she’s just been doing such a good job with the bookings that I’ve been too busy to get around to it! I’ve been thrilled to have Emma handling my booking and tour management, though, whether I’ve . . . → Read More: Welcoming Emma
This holiday season I’ve decided to give a few things away.
There isn’t any particular reason for this, except that I’m grateful to you who have shown enough interest in me to stay tuned to what I’m thinking/speaking/singing about. I’m grateful, and I thought it would be nice to thank some of you.
So . . . → Read More: A few early presents…
Playing with Chris and River at the White Horse Black Mountain. It’s always a joy to play with these guys. Brilliant musicians and great friends.
I’ll be playing at a home town venue in Asheville, North Carolina on Thanksgiving weekend, so after spending Friday recovering from Thursday’s culinary adventure, come out on . . . → Read More: Homecoming show at the Grey Eagle
Photo by David Simchock, www.davidsimchock.com
It has now been three weeks since my Guatemalan friends returned to El Tejar, and I’m just beginning to gain the perspective that a bit of distance provides. Our time together in North Carolina was rich, dense and fulfilling, and I know that I am not the only . . . → Read More: Very More Awesome
In 2004 David LaMotte and his wife Deanna visited Guatemala for their honeymoon, not looking for a project, other than to study Spanish and explore that beautiful country a bit. They ended up founding a non-profit organization, PEG Partners. Since then, David has collected donations at his concerts for Guatemalan school and library projects . . . → Read More: Guatemala visits North Carolina
What happens when three long-time musician friends get together with guitars in hand? Laughter, stories, new songs, familiar songs, harmonies, and spontaneous musical moments. That’s what you can expect from David LaMotte, Chris Rosser, and Beth Wood when they take the stage at the Casbah in Durham, NC on Thursday, October 11 at 8 . . . → Read More: Old Friends & New Songs
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White Flour, my new illustrated book, has been receiving some lovely media attention, in television, radio and newspaper formats, not to mention blogs.
This is the NBC evening news in Macon Georgia a week ago:
And you can click below to check out a lovely article in the Asheville Citizen-Times…
. . . → Read More: Lots of media for White Flour