Personalized Merch

Personalized gifts! Hey folks- for this weekend only –

send me a note and I’ll write whatever you want on whatever piece of my merch you want. I’m home with a sharpie in hand ready to dedicate a piece to you and yours. I’ll ship anywhere! Australia, Canada, USA, UK etc

(you can tell me what to write when you order the merch on the payment details page under —> order comments)

A few more tour dates

A few upcoming dates I have-

Saturday 23 DecBaja Fog House Concerts

San Diego, CA, US

Wed 03 JanMagic Rat Live Music – The Elizabeth Hotel

Fort Collins, CO,

Thurs 04 JanMagic Rat Live Music – The Elizabeth Hotel

Fort Collins, CO

Fri 05 Jane Town Hall

Boulder, CO

Sat 06 JanFriends House Concerts

Colorado Springs, CO

Sun 07 JanSteve’s Guitars

Carbondale, CO

Wed 10 JanThe Original Cafe Eleven

Saint Augustine, FL

Thursday 11 January 2018The Attic

Tampa, FL,

Friday 12 January 2018

Sunday 14 January 2018tropic of cancer concert series 2018

Todos Santos,BC Mexico

Wed 17 JanStarlight

Waterloo, ON, Canada

Thurs 18 JanMoonshine Cafe

Oakville, ON, Canada

Fri 19 JanKingsville Lions Hall

Kingsville, ON, Canada

Sat 20 JanCarnegie Gallery

Dundas, ON, Canada

Sun 21 JanAcoustic Grill

Picton, ON, Canada

Sat 03 FebOne Eyed Jacks

New Orleans, LA,

Sunday 04 February 2018

Sunday 11 February 2018Cayamo Cruise 2018

Norwegian Pearl

Wed 14 Feb

Fri 16 FebFolk Alliance Conference 2018

Kansas City, MO, US

Sat17 Feb CalgaryBlock Heater Fest

Festival Hall

Calgary, AB, Canada

Sat 24 FebBelly Up Tavern

Solana Beach, CA

Thurs 01 MarMojo’s Bar

North Fremantle, WA, Australia

Fri 02 Mar

Saturday 03 MarNannup Festival

Nannup, WA, Australia

Sun 04 MarClancy’s Fish Pub

Dunsborough, WA, Australia

Wed 07 MarThe Trinity Sessions

Adelaide, SA, Australia

Thurs 08 MarSpotted Mallard

Brunswick, VIC, Australia

Friday 09 Mar

Monday 12 MarPort Fairy Folk Festival

Port Fairy, VIC, Australia

Wed 14 MarArarat Live

Ararat, VIC, Australia

Thurs 15 MarMemo Music Hall

Saint Kilda, VIC, Australia

Fri 16 Mar

Sun 18 MarBlue Mountains Music Festival 2018

Blue Mountains Music Festival Grounds, Katoomba, NSW, Australia

Tues 20 MarThe Acoustic Picnic

Sydney, NSW, Australia

Wed 21 MarLizotte’s – Newcastle

Lambton, NSW, Australia

Thurs 22 MarCamelot Lounge

Sydney, NSW, Australia

Fri 23 MarThe Bunker, Coogee Diggers

Coogee, NSW, Australia

Sat 24 MarLeadbelly

Newtown, NSW, Australia

Sunday 25 MarBrass Monkey

Cronulla, NSW, Australia

Wed 28 Mar 2018Nowra Golf Club

Nowra, NSW, Australia

Thurs 29 Mar

Sun 01 AprNational Folk Festival 2018

Canberra, ACT, Australia

Wed 04 AprJunk Bar

Ashgrove, QLD, Australia

Thurs 05 AprJunk Bar

Ashgrove, QLD, Australia

Fri 06 AprThe Bison Bar

Nambour, QLD, Australia

Thurs 19 AprMcGonigel’s Mucky Duck

Houston, TX, US

Thurs 19 Apr

Sun 22 AprOld Settler’s Music Festival

Austin TX

Fri 18 May

Sat 19 MayJoshua Tree Music Festival

Joshua Tree, CA, US

Hilden Kraymarth and Crypto Currencies

Hilden Kraymarth purchased several shares of bitcoin,

ethereum and litecoin. You won’t read about it because his investments were minuscule compared to other high rollers. He ate a biscuit and one hard boiled egg and made his decision.

It’s a volatile market with highs and lows but most clarinet players have a problem with the price of reeds. In other words, please don’t invest in clarinet reeds. There’s a glut due to the lack of clarinet players. Clarinet futures are trading abysmally low. That’s why most clarinet players are bullish on crypto-currencies.

The way the market jumps is similar to crazy jazz sheet music scribbled out by hand by Frank Zappa.

If you think about frosting and spoons and crypto currencies and clarinets and jazz and classical 3 octave solos then you’ll understand the rhythm of the cantor in a temple. The ups and downs of bitcoin. You’ll understand the temptation to lick the spoon.

Lets all lick that spoon. But I think we should have separate (but equal) spoons because of germs and germaphobes. That dude’s coin got bit. He bit that coin.

My shoelaces

I’m not sure where my shoelaces are. I washed them and tied em to a couple potatoes and swung the potatoes over a clothesline connected to a bird feeder. Unfortunately one of the potatoes fell on top of the hummingbird and knocked out the poor little fella. The other potato fell in to a deep fryer and immediately became a big fat french fry. I called a bird doctor and she made a house call and revived the hummingbird. But here’s the problem – the hummingbird was connected to both shoelaces choking its poor little neck. So I guess the revived bird panicked and immediately flew to a neighbor’s feeder and accidentally got tangled up on the head of a live lizard. So I saw the hummingbird fly away with a lizard connected to my shoelaces and I’m not sure where they ended up. Plus, there’s a meteor shower and it’s causing poor visibility.

So if you happen to see a hummingbird attached to a red shoelace attached to a lizard then please call the proper authorities. I wouldn’t approach them on your own. Hopefully the lizard is still alive. Perhaps the hummingbird and the lizard will fall in love and settle down in Lake Havasu in a birdhouse under a rock with lots of sugar water.

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