at "Tuckerfest" 2010, photo by Katharine Defenderfer at the Philadelphia Folk Festival, August, 1994, photo by Bob Yahn
My CD, This Way/That Way is still available on Itunes, Amazon, and several of the other standard downloading services. On Amazon, you can even order a physical copy. I do have just a few copies remaining myself. So if you'd like to have one, you can order one straight from me by writing or calling - or pick one up at a show and I'll be happy to sign it!
Aside from the "stealth" gigs I've been doing for a while, there's one official show coming up and it's going to be a doozy! Looking forward to having the chance to trade some tunes and licks with the awesome Andy Cohen, so this will be one not to miss!
TheTurning Point, 468 Piermont Ave, Piermont NY 845-359-1089 With Andy Cohen. This is a repeat of a show Andy and I did a couple of years ago, and this time we'll be having a few more friends sitting in. Andy's a great scholar and player of traditional blues and ragtime on both guitar and dolceola. Don't know what a dolceola is? Then you'll just have to come and find out!
For information and bookings, contact me directly by email or phone me at 845-353-7311
Here are a couple of video clips from the mid-90s performing on a syndicated folk music cable TV called "Horses Sing None of It", hosted by Ralph Litwin:
CDs and Tapes
(well only one, unless you want to buy a lot of them!)
Way back in 1993, I and my former bass player, the
illustrious J. Keith Thomson, were talking about recording. Shortly thereafter,
I mentioned this prospect to Jorma Kaukonen
The result of all this was the CD pictured above. It has a bunch of traditional tunes, a few covers, and a couple of modest efforts of our own. It got lots of airplay and great reviews, and most folks tell me it has a tasty flavor of the fun we had making it! Click on the play buttons below to whet your appetite!
The Ballad of Tony & Delia (with Keith Thomson on bass, and Lisa Best on harmony vocals)
Walking the Caucasus (with Keith Thomson on contrabass clarinet, and friends & neighbors on finger-snaps)
Folkadelic #3 (with Jorma Kaukonen on 2nd electric guitar, and Marlo on Roo)
Kitty Lo Li ((Live at the Turning Point, not on the CD)
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