Midwestern Shows, Bits of Prose

Greetings snowbunnies,

As of yesterday I have a twitter account @lgsingsthehits It is only a matter of time before I am only communicating in short, abbreviated phrases. To celebrate, this post will contain mostly long, drawn-out run on sentences, with long, drawn out parenthetical statements) in between thoughts..

Collaboration celebration!

I am heading into the deep Northern winter country on tour with the Portland Cello Project (who have gotten a good bit of attention recently for a fantastic Kanye West cover). They are amazing! I will not be playing the cello (I am just a poser) but I will be joining their set for some songs, and doing a set of my own songs, accompanied by a few of the players. If you live in any of these places, please come out and say hello. We will do our best to warm your spirits.

3/1 – Minneapolis – Cedar Cultural Center
3/3 – River Falls, Wisconsin – University of Wisconson, River Falls
3/4 – Madison, Wisconson – High Noon Saloon
3/5 – Chicago – The Hide Out
3/5 – Clive, IA – The Bombay Bicycle Club
3/8 – Salt Lake City – The State Room

Thanks to everyone who came to the shows on my West Coast run with Rocky Votolato. What a dear and talented man, that Rocky Votolato. I’m looking forward to joining him in Seattle March 31.

An essay of mine is being published in the Los Angeles Review this month. It’s my first piece of writing outside of song-making. Thanks to the editors at the LAR for their encouraging and enthusiastic response to my prose. I’m looking forward to getting back to the Typewriter.

You can find the Los Angeles Review at fine Independent book stores, or online here:


One Response to “Midwestern Shows, Bits of Prose”

  1. don says:

    Anyone that brings to mind Karen Dalton has my attention- La Grande is an exceptional achievement.

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