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LOMA (Lincoln Open Mike Acoustic) is monthly, on the 2nd Monday (3rd if holiday, closed Jul & Aug), 7 - 10 pm.  Players sign-up there or pre-register at loma3re@gmail.com

Location: Lincoln Library's Tarbell room, 3 Bedford Rd, Lincoln, MA (near 5-corner intersection with Trapelo Rd). Admission is FREE.

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Jan 31, 2015 (Sat.)  Lincoln, MA – Winter Carnival

I’ll join other local talent from 7 to 10 pm at the Acoustic Coffee House, an adult night of music and fun!  Hot coffee, tea and desserts will be served.  LincolnWinterCarnival-2015

Location: Bemis Hall, 15 Bedford Rd., Lincoln, MA. Admission $10.  For reservations, contact: www.LincolnRec.com

 

Feb 9, 2015 (Mon.)  Lincoln, MA - LOMA

I’ll host the LOMA Open Mike, 7 to 10 pm.  Peter Fischman & Deb O’Hanlon will feature: www.debohanlon.com/FishPeopleMusic

 

Mar 9, 2015 (Mon.)  Lincoln, MA - LOMA

I’ll host the LOMA Open Mike, 7 to 10 pm.  Fishken & Groves (David Fishken and Buffie Groves) will feature on this special “SAMW Appreciation Night”: reverbnation.com/fishkengroves

 

 

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News/Blog

 

Last year’s song, Let My People Go, is a humorous recap of the Exodus story told in 3 short minutes.  I’m currently premiering a new song: Put The Guns Away, an appeal for gun control.

 

The LOMA open mike was video recorded in January and the first half including my opener can be accessed via the link, vimeo.com/34846034 .  The second half, starting with the wonderful feature by Fiske & Herrera, is accessible via vimeo.com/34850959.

 

Two other of my recent songs (“Geneva Waltz” and “Forgiveness”) are accessible via the URL vimeo.com/37068194,  at around minute 40.  That’s Kenny Selcer on guitar and Brent Clark on bass backing me.

 

Hurray, Yellow Rubber Ducks on YouTube, now exceeds 20,000 views.  Jetman, with around 8,000 views, is a homage to Yves Rossy, who flew across the English Channel and more recently over the Grand Canyon using a jet-pack.

 

You’ll find some fresh “Idioisms” and a fairly new section on “Whimsical Names”  I get new additions from readers.  Here’s your chance to contribute your favorites.