Saturday, July 27, 2013

Black Death DNA out now on Teen-Beat

I'm excited to tell you that my new album Black Death DNA is out now on Teen-Beat Records . As you know, I've been associated with Teen-Beat since like 1985, but never released a solo album on Teen-Beat...UNTIL NOW. You can get it as a download for $7.92, but why not treat yourself right and get a CD-R with a beautiful poster designed by Mark Robinson for $9.99 instead? There's also a great video Mark made for the song "Love Theme from New Zero Seasons" here. I'm always extremely honored to continue to work with Teen-Beat, so I highly recommend you make all my dreams come true and get on this right away.
In other news, I'm hard at work on the follow up, so there'll be more prepared guitar summer jams for you soon.

Saturday, June 8, 2013

True Love Always live at the Bell House for Chickfactor 21

So, in the pop music world, there is really no force more powerful than the shadowy cabal of Chickfactor. A nod from "them" and it's straight to the top, and you don't have to be nice to the people you see on the way up, cause you ain't coming back down. That is why we in True Love Always (which would be, as it has been for over a decade, me, Matt Datesman and Tony Zanella) are stoked to play on June 12th at the Bell House in Brooklyn NY for night two of Chickfactor 21.

All three nights are stellar, but if you have to pick one, make it June 12th, and be sure to get there at 8pm sharp; this isn't one of those "doors at 8, first band goes on around 10:30 when they have given up on any more of their friends showing up" deals. We're on at 8, and have the entirely enviable task of clearing the stage for the Aluminum Group right after us! Such an amazing line-up, and it is truly an honor to be a part of it.

Sunday, February 3, 2013

New album: Black Wings Of Night And Making Out

Welcome to the Super Bowl of improvised guitar music, which is basically me competing with myself in my own tournament. The winner is Black Wings Of Night And Making Out, another stack of tracks from our stacks of classic prepared guitar wax. If you download the album, there's a bonus version of a song by Unrest, in case this was already not few enough degrees of separation between those two bodies of work.