What species doesn’t fight for its own survival? When do we start working together to solve our culture’s biggest, most urgent issues? “One Sunday in Autumn” is a look back at today from the future, and it’s available in all streaming platforms and Bandcamp.
No one actually convinces anyone of anything – we come to decisions on our own. So if we want to change someone’s mind, our best option is to demonstrate what the other side of change looks like. “Upside” is available in all streaming platforms and Bandcamp.
4 minutes of reflection is a revolutionary act in late-stage capitalism. Amid our collective feelings of frustration and fatigue, how can we confront and cope with societal collapse with empathy, compassion, and human dignity?
“Silicon in My Soul” starts with a blast. Change can happen in an instant, and technology accelerates its effects. How do we break the spell, find the others, and get human again – especially when technology has creeped into everything we do? Listen in any streaming platform and/or Bandcamp.
“Disconsolate Eyes” is a letter of concern addressed to the culture. Climate change, systemic racism, economic inequality, and other issues are at fever pitch in the face of our inaction. Layer over all of these the trauma we have all endured at some level with COVID. We all act as if we’re OK, when we are clearly not. Available in all streaming platforms and Bandcamp.
Change is difficult – and we all have learn to to be patient with each others’ growth. “Wired” attempts to capture the challenges of making life changes spurred by “The Great Reassessment.” It is available in all streaming platforms and Bandcamp.
In light of the pandemic and other societal traumas, many of us have made big life changes recently. It’s exciting, but inside of any transition is some level of regret about what we leave behind. This is what “Leaving” is about. It was my 1st new single in 10 years, a part of my ongoing project: Songs for Social Change. It is available in all streaming platforms and Bandcamp.
In preparation for releasing a series of new singles, “Songs for Social Change,” I re-released my entire back catalog in 2022. They are re-mastered versions of the original songs, with some new bonus demo tracks included too.
I am hosting a residency at The Square Root in Roslindale. Local songwriters present their songs in a stripped-down, low-key format to focus on good songcraft and strong community – bringing people together in an intimate setting to break through boundaries and gain an understanding of one another. We put on 11 shows in 2022, and plan to keep it going in 2023.
I’ll be playing at The Jungle for the first time, a fairly new club in Somerville. Instead of my recent solo format, I put together a small trio for this show.