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Just Another New York Night

Posted: February 9, 2020

Going through some old files I found this. It documents a night back in 2004. Just another New York night. A true story. If we are lucky there are experiences in life that we avoid or at least minimize. And a visit to the emergency room at the hospital is just such an experience. I’ve […]

A recent Facebook post of mine…

Posted: January 30, 2020

Seriously…is it just me? I despair sometimes at how difficult basic communication has become. We live in a world that revolves around the written word more than ever before. But when those words are in the form of texts or emails (a dying form that has morphed into something closer to texts) the quality of […]

A memory from the last decade.

Posted: January 1, 2020

From a performance in Santa Fe, New Mexico with my dear friend Peter Farrell on piano. Sound by Jacy Oliver.

May 2020 be better…

Posted: December 25, 2019

Producing this book was a strange experience.

Posted: December 16, 2019

I’d never planned to do it but somebody asked me to. I took a considerable amount of time to bring together every lyric I’ve ever written that I consider worthwhile. And I have created an 8.5 x 11 inch book to coincide with the launch of my next album. Both are called LOOKING AT LIFE. […]

A new song with potential (I hope)

Posted: December 13, 2019

I put down a few new demos in the studio recently, with the sound engineering help of Andy Korn. Seems crazy to think in terms of another album when my latest has not even made it out there yet. But, hey the creative mind. What can you do? Several of the new tunes showed potential […]

A new poem

Posted: December 1, 2019

All the things I am All that I will be These things I give to you As you would do for me All the things I was All that disappeared These things I give to you Along with what I feared All the things I stole All the love I burned These things I give […]

A Facebook post

Posted: November 24, 2019

This is what I posted. But I’ve added here the song in question. The posthumous album from Leonard Cohen – Thanks For The Dance – is beautiful. His son Adam deserves a lot of praise for making these songs work. Some are truly songs Leonard never got time to finish, others are remnants or poems […]

A suggestion…

Posted: November 12, 2019

So many versions…

Posted: October 30, 2019

Every songwriter probably has one. That song they feel they never captured in a recording that matches what they hear in their heads. This is mine. I have recorded this song many times with arrangements stretching all the way from solo acoustic to full band plus strings. I always loved the song but never felt […]

A long overdue update.

Posted: September 9, 2019

Quite some time ago I said my new album was almost finished. And at that time it was true. So where is it? With my apologies for my long silence on this site, here’s the answer. First, with much help from Karl Hindle, this site is now hosted by his company. Moves like this are […]

For Bob’s birthday…

Posted: May 24, 2019
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