9/11/17: And another thing... A new (limited) release, Living In The Future, a bunch of relatively recent songs that people keep wanting. And as long as they keep wanting them, it'll be go on being available. Downloads on bandcamp.com, and actual CDs may be purchased through Bard's Cathedral.
6/20/15: WELL FINALLY. A new album! Three years in the making! Packed with smouldering resentment and vitriol! It's You And What Army?, the song collection that dares to plumb the hidden connection between alchemy and Middle Eastern strife, that dissects the real meaning of flirtations, that peels back the seemingly-benign surface of life to reveal its loathsome hidden depths. Also, many jokes. Available for streaming and downloading at bandcamp.com, and actual CDs may be purchased through Bard's Cathedral.
Update! My song "Good Times Is Bad Times (For The Blues)" has been selected as a finalist in the Tumbleweed Folk Festival Songwriters Contest this year! Woohoo, I'm in the Show!
Update to the update: didn't win. Awwwwww.....
10/4/13: Blowing the pants off an Ab Lee Oskar in draw harp position, accompanying Mercedes Nicole and a mega-cool band at a Nina Simone tribute at Seattle Public Library. My big star turn starts at 22:25 or so, though I'm playing tasty backup guitar throughout the video. Look, Mom, I'm a jazzbo!
7/14/12: The Fighting Instruments Of Karma Marching Chamber Band/Orchestra (H. Patterson, cond.) perform my personal Greatest Hit Ever, the Chumleighland March, at The Midnight Show at the Oregon Country Fair.
3/21/12: From an intimate coffee house series in a small, insignificant state capitol comes High On The Hog, a trove of spontaneous treats and Thaddeus songs old and new. Recorded live at the Wild Hog In The Woods coffeehouse in beautiful downtown Madison WI. Whee!
Next Gig:Sun 5/20 1215pm — Appearing as (though the resemblence is fleeting) Uncle Pappy at the opening of Bicycle Sundays at Seward Park.
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