I’m planning to start back with the open mic stuff again. I enjoy going out more to meet the other musicians and hear what they do than to perform, but I can’t say that’s not something I don’t enjoy. We’re so fortunate to have such a vibrant and active open mic community here in San Francisco and I’ve met and heard some amazing people. I’ve been in the woodshed so to say – honing my old material and writing some now as well as taking some voice lessons aside an aggressive guitar practice schedule.
I’m a lot better than I was 4 months ago and having met a drummer really changed the game for me. I love having other people to jam with and a drummer is the first choice – now I just need a bassist/guitarist. I’d be willing to join another songwriter who can and is willing to play bass on my songs in trade for the same. I have basses and amps and everything we need including a practice space in my apartment with small limitations.
If you’re a songwriter/guitarist/bassist – talk to me! I’ll also gladly accept a straight out bass player as well – I’m not playing favorites!
The official date for the show is:
Saturday, May 07, 2011 from 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM (PT)
Tickets – FREE
Please make sure to obtain a ticket through Eventbrite, please. If you don’t have a ticket, then that’s ok since it’s a free show, however there’s only enough room for a certain number of people so I need to be precise.
I have been far out of the loop on what’s popular and how to hook it all together in the social media realm. I’m going to figure out how to get the more common links up and some more items to allow better interaction with me and my social presence. Facebook, Myspace, etc… Coming Soon!
I recored this video in a park in Buenos Aires with a lot of distractions. I also recorded a few other songs but they all came out green and unusable – I think my little cheap video camera for live recording sucks if you ask me – I won’t name the device.
But anyway – here’s my song ‘Glad You’re Gone’. It’s about being happy and sad that you’ve moved on from a relationship. I can relate many times over and I know a lot of people can as well – I hope you enjoy it.