Hey Everybody! Thanks for checking in!
BIG NEWS (November/December 2013)!
The Organic Trio will be making a rare appearence in New Orleans! Thursday, December 12 at Snug Harbor we’ll be officially releasing our new CD, Home Remembered, in the States. We’re already getting some airplay in New Orleans and San Fran, and some very positive feedback about the disc. We had an amazing week in Europe recently backing up the new recording, The gigs and fans were awesome, the weather was perfect, and I got to hang with some of my favorite people. The Organic Trio is Jean-Yves Jung on the organ and Paul Wiltgen on drums. I love these guys and the music we make together. We’ll be touring in Europe again in the Spring, and we're also working on a southeast tour for the Spring. Buy or order a hard copy of the disc from the Louisiana Music Factory or download the record now from iTunes!
Had an awesome fall tour with Cindy Scott in Germany. The weather sucked, but the gigs were incredible. Met some great new friends and fans and saw some old ones, too. Ate some great Turkish food, and got to try some different German beers. What more could you ask for!
Thanks to the people that keep me sounding good with their fine products: Mesa Boogie, D'Addario Strings, Bryan Galloup Guitars and Robert Keeley Effects.
Stuff You Can Look Forward To:
That’s all for now,
ps: I started an email list thing a while ago, the big plan being
to send out my news and my gig list about once a month. So far I’ve
sent out exactly one mailing! I swear I will get it together eventually.
So, if you want to take the chance that one day you might get something, click these words.
If, at some point, you become terminally swamped by electronic correspondences
(which at the rate I’m going could never happen!), you can un-sign
up too, the convenient and automatic disconnect link comes with every email!
Also, you have the option of letting me know where you are, so I won't bother
you with gig notices for stuff nowhere near you.
STUFF TO CHECK OUT!!
The Organic Trio Home Remembered
Paul Wiltgen & The Paislies
Martin Urbach’s Free Will
Cindy Scott’s Let the Devil Take Tomorrow
Jirka Hala’s Make You Wanna Hala