A billion years after its original release, the good people of Morr Music have re-issued the first two Dump LPs. The first, Superpowerless, comes out tomorrow. It is available on vinyl for the first time ever, and has tons of bonus tracks, new liner notes, unearthed art and photos, and new art by me (and the AMAZING photorealistic cover painting by Sue Garner). I’m really happy about it.
Season Finale of Parenthood with my jam "Another Day (My Friend)"
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The last few days of our tour were delightful! We played a couple of small towns in northern California (Anderson and Red Bluff) thanks to Mr. Phil Dynan and his Red Bluff Art Gallery. We also played Eugene (new to me) and Portland, OR (only my 2nd show there). There was truly something great (as well as unique) about each and every show we did on this tour, and as I mentioned in a tweet earlier this week, we played rock clubs, restaurants, galleries, living rooms and a library!
The people we met (as well as the old friends we got to visit), were so incredibly kind and generous with us. Sometimes touring is hard (not enough people show up or it’s freezing or you really miss home or a million other things) but having these folks come out and actually give a shit about what you do, makes it all worthwhile. So thank you to each and everyone one of you.
I will close with a great clip of Chris and I playing “Always In Your Mind” at the Red Bluff Art Gallery. You will get a glimpse of how much fun we had playing each night. Thanks especially, to Chris Brokaw for being such a great pal and tour mate.