That's right ladies and gentlemen, dreams are becoming a reality as I step up my game to the festival world. Twisted Pine managed to pull some strings and got a slot at GreyFox Bluegrass Festival which is world renowned in the genre.
We'll be playing Friday morning at The Creekside Stage at around 10 am, see you guys there!!
More that 100 friends and fans of Celtic music gathered in WGBH’s Fraser Performance Studio for the first-ever A Celtic Sojourn live broadcast on 89.7 WGBH Radio with host Brian O’Donovan.
Check out the podcast and photos here:
Photos by Sam Brewer
I've been pretty busy with my bands Cat and The Moon, Twisted Pine, and Hot Day At The Zoo. Cat and The Moon and Hot Day have both recorded albums and Twisted Pine has recorded an EP in the past 2 months. We're still working on them and the should be released by mid summer. Anyway I just wanted to give you some eye candy from that past few weeks of adventure. Much love y'all!
Enjoy the galleries of adventure by clicking the the "Read More" link below :D
My band Cat and The Moon was selected to play on a public broadcasting station's show Live From Center Stage. Check what came out!
Hello all you Lunar Cats and Celtic Kittens!
Just uploaded some tracks I rediscovered and a recent trip to California.
This weekend was yet another blast. A special blast. Usually bluegrass festivals are outside and thus at the mercy of the cruel and capricious weather. But not at this festival. The Joe Val Bluegrass Festival takes place inside a castle.
Hey guys and happy Monday to you.
I hope you all had a great weekend filled with unforgettable memories, smiles, and good digestion.
I'm pretty stoked because I just got back from my first ever professional tour. It was unlike anything I've ever experienced musically. I'm talking luxury rental car door to door service, being put up in hotels, professional stages, pro sound guys, premier venues, audiences packing the dance floors to the back, and barricades to keep the audience from jumping on the stage. It was a riot.
Howdy y'all and happy Tuesday!
During the formation of Cat and The Moon we made a list of goals and one of them was to play big festivals. I can happily say that we made a dream come true. We applied to play at The Boston Celtic Music Festival thinking how amazing it would be to be apart of a festival like this and just like that we were assigned the headlining set on Friday night (1/10/14). After the set and when the band was reflecting on the whole ordeal the only word that I could think of to describe how I felt was that it was an honor. I'm incredibly thankful to have a band of such high caliber people on my team and the only thing that captures my gratitude is when we smile at each other on stage in front of a packed house during a badass song. Although the original bass player Charles Berthoud couldn't make it, I asked Adam Moore, my good friend and bass player of Twisted Pine, if he could do it and he did. So big thanks to my boy Adam for learning all the songs and contributing to a good vibe during the rehearsals and the performance.
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Hey guys and happy Wednesday. I just got back from a lovely trip to California filled with adventure, friends, good food, and mommy doing my laundry. How spoiled I once was. But now I'm older and back to Boston with some momentum in my career. I got back on Tuesday at 7am and played at The Cantab Lounge (which is one of the premier bluegrass hub in Boston) that very night with my bluegrass band Twisted Pine. The music is great but my favorite part about the group (read with so-cal surfer bro voice here) is the vibe. The vibe, man. Like, everybody just gets along. It's like, super chill man. (end voice) Seriously, the best part about Twisted Pine is the fun we have. It's goofy and spontaneous. On top of that we play the hard driving grass.
It was a good time and I'm looking forward to playing at The Cantab with Twisted Pine the first Tuesday of the month for the next six months.
Here are some pix from the show: