Hey! It’s my newsletter for March, with SXSW info & also some pretty awesome local concerts …I’d love to see your smile before I fly away
I’m working an early morning shift at work so I can get out early to play I guess what you could call a “rad” show at The Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation, with my friend American Primitive guitar picker Rob Noyes, whose debut album just sold out in about 2 weeks & was named by NPR as one of the top finger-style records of 2017. Dang! That IS rad!
In 12 days I will also be heading down to play SXSW Festival, & to help raise money I’m making my entire digital discography 50% off for the next few weeks. Your support means the world to me, & anyone who gets the download catalogue will also receive a sneak demo track from my upcoming album.
My daughter Ava Callery is coming with me as crew to navigate stuff like Uber & Lyft & all that millennial stuff, she has already taught me how to Snapchat & Insta. I am SO psyched!
If you are going to be down there, please say hey & hopefully we can hang out.
Here are my shows for March, all gold:
March 2- The Charles River Museum of Industry & innovation, with Rob Noyes- In the tradition of Nick Drake & John Fahey.
Free wine & beer with ticket purchase
154 Moody St, Waltham, Massachusetts 02453
March 11 – The Church Street Coffeehouse , with Ryan Lee Crosby, & I think he is bringing some of his bluesman pals, fingerstyle fury on a 12 string & Indian Slide guitar. Ghost folk from you know who, come wish me well before I hit the road.
The Church Street Coffeehouse is located in the basement of
the First United Methodist Church 25 Church St, Warren, Rhode Island
Doors 7:00 MUSIC STARTS AT 7:30
$12 refreshments for $3
March 15- SXSW Festival Stephen F’s Bar- Allysen Callery brings ghost folk to Stephen F’s Bar
701 Congress Ave. 78701 Austin, TX, US
March 16- SXSW Festival second stage Hilton Hotel Cannon & Bell Bar
500 E 4th Street 78701 Austin, TX, US
March 28 -Northeastern University- bringing fingerstyle folk to the students, faculty & alumni of NEU
That’s all folks, it is getting nice outside & the first flowers I saw were purple, my favorite color,
so i consider that a good omen.