Next week we will begin releasing a video trilogy that was shot a few months ago in the California desert, featuring my dear friends Christopher Abbott and Amanda Seyfried. More info upon release, but here are some stills in the meantime:

Also next week, I set out on my first headline tour with my band.
Here are the dates:

12/2   Philadelphia, PA      Boot & Saddle
12/3   Washington, DC      DC9
12/5   Brooklyn, NY           Union Pool
12/6   Northampton, MA    Iron Horse
12/7   Kingston, NY           BSP
12/8   Montreal, QC           Casa Del Popolo

12/9   Toronto, ON             The Garrison
12/11 Chicago, IL               Schubas
12/12 Columbus, OH          Tree Bar

The band is extremely well rehearsed (the players are tremendous) and we'll have a beautiful light rig that was built by my brother.


I am proud to announce that my 3rd studio album was released today.
You can purchase it digitally, directly through my website or from iTunes & other digital stores, and order CD & Vinyl copies of it from Insound or Amazon. The digital copy available on the website is the highest quality version (digitally, mp3 - 320), so if you're an audiophile or into supporting artist-direct then that's the one. It also includes a digital booklet containing lyrics, credits and additional artwork, free with the download, and is the same price as the lesser versions. The iTunes download also includes a digital booklet.

The album was produced by Mr. D. James Goodwin and myself, recorded at his Isokon Studio in Woodstock, NY in February of this year. Songs were recorded live over the course of 4 days and nights with Jason Lawrence, Anthony LaMarca and Andrew Carlson, after which I spent another few weeks adding parts and arrangements with Goodwin, then recording the Brass and String players at Motherbrain Studio in Brooklyn, NY.
The process was rich, but also quick and easy. I hope you'll like the result of it.


Today marks the completion of my third album. Serendipitously, it was conceived only a few blocks away from where it was mastered yesterday by the talented Joe Lambert, on my right. On my left, the dear Mr. D. James Goodwin, my wingman in all of this and the man who showed me how to make a record without losing your shit. This is the one of which I am most proud thus far and I look forward to sharing it with you.