Enjoyed some great shows this month: Opening for Fred Eaglesmith in Columbia, SC, was a great night, and this weekend’s show at the one and only Eddie’s Attic in Dectaur, GA, opening for the lovely folk singer/songwriter Lucy Kaplansky was a treat. Klein & Kaplansky. Sounds like a law firm, Lucy pointed out.
Heading out to Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco for shows in early February:
Thurs. Feb. 3rd– Can Can– Seattle, WA, 8:30pm
Fri. Feb. 4th– Mandolin Cafe– Tacoma, WA, 6pm
Sun. Feb. 6th– Mudai Lounge– Portland, OR, 8:30pm
Both shows w/ Seattle’s Gabriel Mintz & Portland’s Jason Simms
Mon. Feb. 7th– KEXP‘s “Best Ambiance”- Seattle, WA, 7pm PST
Guest on Jon Kertzer’s excellent African music radio show, playing tracks from upcoming Malian album Dugu Wolo!
Wed. Feb. 9th– In-store @ The Music Store– San Francisco, CA, 6-9pm
Speaking of the Mali project, check out filmmaker Jason Miller’s first montage of footage, shot at the Niger River in Segou here. A proper trailer is in the works.
And some very cool news just in: Adam will be opening for two of the top songwriters out there these days, Josh Ritter and Joe Pug at the 40 Watt in Athens, GA, on Wed. March 2nd. Tix on sale now at Athensmusic.net.