Wednesday, October 1, 2008

On this grey , grey morning in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania , I write to
you hoping that your inner light is burning bright and hot like your
own personal sun of inspiration and faith. I am so excited about my
show tomorrow night. For those of you in the area I hope you may
attend and for those out of town, I have recently uploaded a brand new
track to my myspace page that I hope you will enjoy and send me some
feedback on it.

Come on out Thursday October 2, 2008 to see me sing some of my newest
compositions! We have special guest stars from Peek-A-Boo Burlesque
from Philadelphia, PA, Ginger Leigh and Lulu Lollipop!! Brother
Strawberry will be on hand twisting dirty party balloons. Showtime
10:30 pm, age requirement is 18 + , cover charge is less than $5 at
the door.
Pegasus Lounge , 818 Liberty Ave, Pittsburgh, PA
For more info and details.....

This is my last local Pittsburgh appearance til late November, then I
am off to Californee!! For those of you who came to the NYC shows,
yinz rawk n'at!!! We had a good time, didn't we???? Don't worry, we
shall do it again as soon as we can, I do love NYC, I mean, it's not
Pittsburgh, but then, like my Rabbi said about the Christians, no
one's perfect....

And again, if you can't make it, it's cool, I know you would if you
could, but please do check the one new track I uploaded to my myspace
page, it is called "Mr Fix It Man". Since making new friends with
those crazy artists in Windber @ Grand Midway Haunted Hotel and their
electric shock of generous inspiration helped me write 15 new songs
over the last month or so and I recorded 11 of them with Mike Murray
(on rhodes) and Tony DePaolis (on bass) at Church Recording Studios
with Dana Cannone last Thursday. I am still definitely work shopping
the tunes, they are not ready for general release, but I do want some
feedback from my friends and this is one of my favorites.....
or also here:

Thanks for tuning in, also remember, I do have a blog :

Keep me informed of your own events, if I can't be there, know I wish
I could, and when I can I will attend.
Stay warm and dry, and don't fret over the economy overly much, we
have each other, and we still have our songs. Whatever happens, let us
have faith in a brighter tomorrow and may we be thankful for what we
do have and pray that those in the world who are not so fortunate, let
us work so that they may know peace and a full belly sooner rather
than later.

Happy New Year everybody!! Eat some apples and honey for me Schmosie!

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