Well, what can I say? A lot has happened since I last played a live music gig in Atlanta, which was in somebody’s driveway for the Oakhurst Porchfest, back in October 2016:
America survived the Trump years. I got a Ph.D. and discovered the “joys of the pris”, as I like to think of my job as an educator in a prison.
Lately, I have been working on a lot of music. I wrote about 10 songs (some rougher than others) in the past week, which are linked by the words of Mary MacLane, who wrote a creepy feminist journal in 1901. It’s a rock musical in progress.
But today I booked my first gig as an opening act in Atlanta. I’ll be playing at the Red Light Cafe, a listening room near midtown, before Nashville singer/songwriter, Zachary Scott Klein.
INFO: RED LIGHT CAFE, Atlanta, GA
When: July 24, 2021, 8pm