I can’t remember the last time I’ve been this excited to play a show.
I haven’t played with a band in a LONG time and I haven’t played the
Middle East Downstairs in ten years.
first band at 7. we hit the stage at 10:30.
Psyched cannot describe what I feel. Will you share it with me?
It’s always an awesome time at the JP Music Festival. The bands were great, the cold brewed iced coffee from the Cupcakery was life-giving, and I even got to play a set on the Trolley donated by Sam Adams,
after having played on Thursday at the JP “First Thursdays” event, busking outside JP Licks on Centre Street
(photo by Tony Sahadeo)
Thank you very much to the JP Music Fest sponsors and organizers for having me – I look forward to keeping this relationship going.
totally psyched to be playing today at the JP Music Festival on the BUS!
There will be a trolley making stops in and around Jamaica Plain to take people to places to eat (and, ostensibly, their cars)
it’s the biggest party of the day! and I’m playing from 3-4. pm. see you there!
it’s been seemingly forever that I’ve played a legit SHOW at a venue, and I don’t think I could have hoped for the night to go better…
here’s the set list:
1. On The Floor
2. We Were There
4. Cross The Line
5. My Friends’ Band Play
6. She Talks To Angels (Black Crowes special request)
7. Goodnight is Not Goodbye
8. Being in Love With Being in Love (Ruined My Love Life)
9. Memphis Ferry
Thanks to the Tavern At The End of the World and WEMF and everyone there singing along!
so cool! the locallest of local papers did a write-up of my new project.
thanks, Hyde Park Bulletin!
starting from somewhere 🙂
It’s one of those things, when you find out more about an artist after they die. I thought originally (mostly due to the media supersaturation) that Amy Winehouse was “eh” and that her songs were super popular because of the media and vice versa.
Recently, I’ve started listening more and more to those songs and WOW are they good.
I hate this phrase, and I hate saying it, but this is a shame a talent like this was lost so young (at the musical-mythical age of 27 no less).
so here’s my attempt at a tribute. Wherever you are, Ms. Winehouse, keep on keepin on. Rock.
Dann & Christian rock out the Sidewalk Cafe, NYC
I have a new radio show starting on Sunday, June 22nd at 9am – “Under The Covers with Dann Russo” – where I’ll play nothing but covers. Covers you love, covers you don’t know, covers you didn’t know were covers…and a new blog to go along with it!
you can check out the playlists and news at wemfcovers.wordpress.com
so I just put in an order for these awesome stickers. STICKERS!!
thank you Virginia Gallino for sharing your amazing creative talents!
New Live EP to be released in just under a month! – RELEASE DATE MAY 13TH
Recorded Live at the Lizard Lounge, Cambridge
1. Memphis Ferry
2. Two Roads
3. Leave (from the musical “Once”)
5. Cafe en San Juan
featuring Brandon Brooks on cello and Mike Yarsky on guitar