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!
2019 4:00 PM
TheTurning Point, 468 Piermont Ave, Piermont NY 845-359-1089 With Andy Cohen. This is the latest edition of what's becoming a series where Andy and I have a special guest joining us, who for this one is my old friend and former guitar mentor Glenn Weiser. Andy's a highly regarded traditional music scholar and, like me, a player of blues and ragtime on both guitar and dolceola(!).
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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