December 2017 Newsletter
Sheep in the road,
This holy day season I wish you - warm wool, slow days, belly laughs, socks, and people you love.
Thank you to 2017 for sheeping us on the edge of our seats. For the coincidences, magic, high water, and songs. Thank you to the rain falling on the tin roof of the treehouse where I pitch my tent here beside the Futaleufu river. A great sound, unless you want to wake up in the morning.
Here’s to another unpredictable year. Here's to the stain on the canyon wall that looks like a Rothko painting. Here's to YOU ALL!
Catch you on the 2018 side.
Buffalo official release date: April 6 2018!!!
Woooo! Can't wait that long...support my music with Patreon for exclusive sneak peaks, and a new song demo every month. This months' new song is a high water blues tune. Written at that desk ^ Thank you all for the incredible structure to stand upon.
Dan Reeder - I can't get enough of Dan this month. Modern day gospel tunes. He does everything himself from the playing, to instrument building, to recording. Refreshing, short, hilarious, sad tunes. I recommend his self titled album.
What Color is the Wind by Anne Herbauts - I love a book you can finish in one sitting. This is a stunningly illustrated "children's book." Belongs on any table.
Cracking your phone screen. You won't like the phone as much, and maybe use it less.
A John Prine Christmas - A very bearable holiday album.
PS. From A John Prine Christmas...
I guess that love is like a Christmas card
You decorate a tree, you throw it in the yard
It decays and dies, and the snowmen melt
I once knew love, I knew how love felt
-John Prine, "All The Best"