I performed last night with Rodney Block and his Real Music Lovers.
We killed it.
I'm certain that we will share the bill over and over from here on out.
As much as I love my Mercers, its amazing to stand in front of a band with a different perspective and a different current.
The best part was my closing hymn; "Magic," by Robin Thicke.
We killed it.
In other news, people are starting to buy tickets to my New Years Eve show. I hope like hell the thing sells out... I guess anybody would. The Mercers and I are seeing a bit of success come our way due to the buzz surrounding our shows. Each gig is packed with people I've either never met or had met only a show or two before. Its humbling and exciting all at the same time to see the ball start to roll.
My album is one mandolin track away from completion!!!! Everybody pray that we can wrap that up real soon.
The most exciting news I have to report is that Roll Tumble Press has agreed to create a New Years Eve poster like no other for my show. Christie Turk and Caleb Pritchett, the geniuses behind the press, are drawing up the plans for what will surely be a design fit for art school text books. Theirs are the sort that artists everywhere should study and draw inspiration from. I'm in constant admiration of their work and I am so blessed to be their muse for this project.
Stay tuned for more to come.
Peace and Love.