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 pm, […]
As of this afternoon, March 24, there is one week to go in the month-long kickstarter campaign to publish my new illustrated book, White Flour, and wait ’til you hear the news! Here’s the scoop: Thank you! The original goal of $18,500 was met in only twelve days! People have ‘shared’ the project all over […]
The AFSC recently announced its nominee for the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize. The Nobel committee is also requesting nominees for the 2013 prize. More information on each of these efforts is available here.
This is the year-end letter to PEG donors telling them where their money went. I thought I’d share it with the rest of you, too. At the end of the year, it’s powerful to look back and see what has happened.
…I couldn’t help but be aware of how much my life has changed in the last few years. Last week I flew to San Diego to speak at a Rotary International Assembly. It was a bit heady for me. Not only my first time with a teleprompter and six-language simultaneous translation, but I was an […]
I’m thrilled to announce that Rachel Wilson has begun working as my new booking and logistics manager. I met Rachel last year in Raleigh and was immediately impressed by her. I’m so grateful that she has elected to work with me and keep things organized around here (you know how artists can be…). To reach […]
As many of us do this time of year, I looked back over 2011 recently, and I was amazed to see all that had happened. Some of it has been hard and some has been thrilling, but I definitely feel alive. I was theoretically taking it easier this year in order to work at the […]
I have been in or on a pretty amazing array of motorized vehicles in the last 24 hours, from public buses (a.k.a. ‘chicken buses,’ retired school buses from the US, often painted up in classic Latin style, but sometimes with the names of American counties still painted on the side) to a taxi with half […]
I found this poem searching through a file in my computer called “Works In Progress.” I had forgotten about it entirely, but thought it might be worth sharing…
I’m honored to get to share the stage with Pete Seeger, David Amram and other fine people in New York City this Sunday afternoon, on the tenth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. I can think of no better way to spend that day, or people with whom to spend it. The event will honor […]