The Evening Post

About the songs: #1 The Empty Hours.

Posted: July 12, 2020

If I said this was a song about committing suicide I doubt people would flock to listen to it. So I won’t say that. Not exactly. What I will say is this. I was sitting in a hotel room in Barcelona having just visited one of Anthony Bourdain’s favorite tapas bars. I was thinking about […]

Buy stuff, do good.

Posted: July 9, 2020

20% of any money spent on my music or writings from this website will be donated to World Central Kitchen, the amazing effort created by chef José Andrés to get food to those who need it most. So indulge yourself with life’s luxuries…music, poetry, stories…knowing you are also providing life’s basics to those in need.

New music and writings. Available today!

Posted: June 8, 2020

Thanks to delays for various reasons combining with time for writing created by the pandemic lockdown, today sees the simultaneous launch of my new album and three new books! My new album – LOOKING AT LIFE – is available now on CD, 180 gram vinyl (in a gatefold sleeve)  and as downloads (from this site and […]

A new lyric

Posted: April 16, 2020

A SHORT STORY – A track from the upcoming album.

Posted: March 28, 2020

My new album Looking At Life is now in final production. It will be available as downloads, on CD and as a Limited Edition vinyl album in a gatefold sleeve. Expect it somewhere between now and June depending on how busy the vinyl manufacturer is right now. This was inspired by my favorite short story […]

Eric Weissberg

Posted: March 24, 2020

You may have known him, as millions did, from the tune Dueling Banjos featured in the movie Deliverance. Or you may remember him and his band Deliverance being associated with Bob Dylan’s masterpiece Blood On The Tracks. Sad news today of the passing of Eric Weissberg at age 80. My connection to Eric was a […]

Another taste of my upcoming book of poetry.

Posted: March 6, 2020

THE SIXTIES GENERATION We lived in a time of fossil fuels Burn up the road – fuck all the rules We lived in a time that was naive Like drunken sailors on shore leave We lived in a time that is long gone And now we’re leaving one by one ©2020 Dave Tutin / openDmusic

A new book staggers towards completion.

Posted: February 14, 2020

Already several years in the making, my third collection of poems will now definitely see the light of day. I just cannot say exactly when. Yet. Here’s a little taste…

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
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