I also dropped the digital download of my album The Watchman's Chair the day before Biennial began. So far, response has been good, especially over at Bandcamp where my album can be downloaded with digital download cards, many of which were sold at the Biennial and which are still available at shows if you'd prefer not to deal with plastic CDs.
The Portland celebration of my release will take place December 29 at Leikam Brewing in southeast Portland, and where actual CDs will be sold for the first time. (Cash only, thanks!)
The new year will see me back at it, appearing at things like the Songwriter Soiree and Songwriters Roundtable in Portland, and preparing for late winter and early spring travels to synagogues and special events outside of Portland. I'll also be adding dates to my spring schedule, based on conversations with folks I met at the Biennial who are looking for artists-in-residence to round out their year with (or who are looking ahead to next fall).
It's winter here in Portland. The cold has settled into our homes and into my bones. I still ride my bike but try to bundle up and to find warm places to grab a cuppa joe along the way. And I continue to work on new songs, to create art from recycled bits, and to create innovative programming to bring to communities across the country.
Stay tuned for more adventures in 2020! And if you want to bring me to your community, I am now booking dates through Spring 2021. Give me a shout at the contact form and let's dream together.
Thank you to everyone for supporting my journey!
Wishing you the happiest of winter holidays, and all the best in the year to come.