As time flies, you start to think of ways to get your music into the ears of people. I've always heard my music as a back-drop to life. At times sad, at times not so sad. I've been fortunate enough to have my music included in ads. I've been lucky enough to be heard on NPR and ESPN and over the globe through various Internet radio stations, but recently, Film Editor Stosh Jarecki included a piece of music in a community-based project worth getting involved with - the Ridge Route Run - Frazier Park Car Show. Here's that video from February 28, 2014. Thanks Stosh!
Love Fades Away would find itself on my second album (the acoustic one), Home, two years later.
The Black Cat Tour - The Winner's Circle (1993)
Acoustic Cafe (1994)
One thing I remember vividly about the taping of Acousticafe was the weather. Both Mark and Iexpected a huge crowd for this. I had done some publicity for it. He had been running ads for three months leading up to the planned air date in April, but...we never took into account the late-February weather in central New York. The morning of the taping, Syracuse was hit with a snow storm. Very few people showed up, but we made the best of it and had a lot of fun with it.
I'm very happy to be able to share this with all of you. This is the first time, since April of 1994, that this episode of Acousticafe has been available.
Home Album Promo (1995)
Here's a rare Syracuse television promo for the as-yet-to-be-released album Home.