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  • Looking Back / Looking Forward

    Calling 2017 a tumultuous year might be underselling it, but amid all the turmoil there was brightness, joy, and progress too. For my part, I'm very proud to have been able to put some new music into the world, film my first video, and play a bunch of fun shows with a great band. Thank you to all who listened to and enjoyed Amber Lantern and especially to my many collaborators throughout the year. Jenny Harley, Brian Lillie, Chad Sturdivant, Matt Collar, Tom McCartan, Leah Diehl, Patrick Herek, Greg McIntosh, James Monger, Fido Kennington, Peter WoodmanGeoff Michael... I'm looking at you! 

    I'm am excited to make as much music as I can in 2018 and already have a number of new songs written and shows on the calendar. First up is a hometown show in Saline, MI on January 27th at my local brewery Stony Lake Brewing Co. as part of the Acoustic Routes series. I'll be co-headlining with my friends Gifts or Creatures from Kalamazoo whose third album, Fair Mitten, was one of my absolute favorite releases of this past year. The poster is another gem from Jenny Harley.

    Wishing you all happiness and health in the new year.