Y’all, we have music showness in Savannah.
My pal Bay Uno from bling-bling Brooklyn will be touring through Savannah on March 21. I’ll be sharing a bill with him. Come see and hear the wonders of Bay Uno.
Bay Uno is an indie folk adventure. His inner essence can be compared to Sufjan Stevens, Iron and Wine, Bright Eyes, M Ward, Patrick Watson, Bon Iver, Elliot Smith, Phosphorescent, and all that stuff. Listen to Bay Uno’s music.
8:00pm: Dare Dukes
9:00pm: Bay Uno and pals
Sentient Bean, Savannah
Savannah is littered with sideways miracles in unlikely places.
Here’s a lovely photo by Jon Waits of Annelise Nelson and I playing in the sanctuary at United Trinity Methodist Church in Savannah, GA on May 23, 2014. We were sharing a bill with Jim White.
I’m so happy to be playing with Jim White again, this time in my hometown. Come!
Friday, May 23, 7:30pm
Trinity United Methodist Church
Early enough that my son can hear me play.
I had the great pleasure of playing Grocery on Home in Atlanta last night with Jim White. Grocery on Home is one of my favorite venues. Matt Arnett, the proprietor, is nice as nice can be (he brought me herbal tea with honey when I told him I was sick). The audiences there are like a giant family–supportive and attentive and warm. And, as always, Jim White blew me away. It was so great to be able to share a stage with him again. Matt Jarrard of Atlanta’s Oryx and Crake and Book Club backed me up on cello and did a stupendous job. I only wish he was visible in this photo.