That's right - we're heading to Long Island
(if we manage to dig our car out by next Friday...)
Last night SNL decided to abandon the standard comedy intro at the top of the show.Instead, to honor the victims of the CT school tragedy, the kids opened with a devastating and beautiful rendition of "Silent Night". This last minute addition brought Joey center stage to participate in an unforgettable experience.
Well, it's fall. The good news: Football. The not quite as good news: School.
7th grade has started for 1/3 of our family band and we are getting back in the groove.
We've got some exciting gigs coming up:
Sat. Oct. 8th at The Bread Box in Willimantic, CT 7:30pm
Wed. Oct. 12 at The Barron Arts Center in Woodbridge, NJ 7pm
Fri. Nov. 4 at The Bronxville Library in Bronxville, NY 7pm
Sun. Nov. 6 at The Community Church of Douglaston in Douglaston, NY 4pm
Sat. Nov. 19 at The Beekley Library in New Hartford, CT 7:30pm
We had some great adventures this summer, especially playing in L.A. with Brady Rymer, and then driving up the coast to San Francisco.
On the way we saw lots of ocean and mountains, and when we got there, lots of trees (Muir Woods).
We hope to seal, I mean see you at an upcoming gig.
Liz, Seth & Joey
Had a great concert at the lovely Chocolate Church in Bath ME last night.
Wonderful, warm audience. Great acoustics.
And then we got to eat it!
This is the house that Joey built:
This is the bird that lives in the house that Joey built:
We've decided to jump on the cyber train, so - Welcome to our blog!
Seth, Liz and Joey will take turns posting on music, sports, cooking, gardening and more music. You can subscribe and follow our posts (to our moms: we'll talk you through)
We have a bunch of cool gigs lined up this summer including The Newport Folk Festival! But first a little catch up.
Much of our spring was focused on Joey events, including his school production of "Seussical" in which he played Jojo, and for which Seth played piano, devoting many rehearsal hours.