CXCW 2014

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Hey all -

For those not at SXSW, or even those who are there and have some down time, check out check out my CXCW videos, along with all the other awesome videos those cool folks have put up.

New EP!

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Hey all -

So things have been progressing in Music City. Been playing a bunch of shows, some with a totally badass band, and the reception has been great. I hadn’t been planning to make a new record just yet, but this band has been so fun to play with that we’re recording an EP as we speak. It’s a twangy, rocknroll mess all wrapped up in beer soaked napkins and old love letters. All that to say – it is gonna kick ass. Look out for that in the next few months, and we hope to see you at a show soon!

Headed back to New York!

Tuesday, January 21, 2014


Happy New Year to all!

It’s been a busy January – some great shows around home, some with a full rock’n'roll band of outlaws playing next to me, which has been amazing.

There aren’t any local shows booked for the next little bit, but more with the band are coming. In the meantime, our friends in NYC should check out the dates. We will be up there on 2/11 and 2/12 with our good friends in Andrew Leahey and the Homestead. It will be badass. Also, a few more north east dates are in the works. Last minute, but hopefully we can work it out.

Before I go – Lightning 100 here in Nashville has been cool enough to keep playing “If I Had A Nickel”. If you’ve missed it, call them or send a message in during their request lunch hours and ask them to play it!

Take care!



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