So here I sit in awe by you. Working on my new blog. Loving you. Thinking of how close we are and how we will fall in love or may have already fallen in love. Any how. Here we are. Here we are in this miraculous gift of life. Here we are in this moment of loving energy connecting us.
January 12th - Starbucks on South Willow St.
January 27th- The Sad Cafe in Plaistow NH
February 3rd - Sullivan Hall in NYC at 10 pm
March 1st - Hennesys Hooley House
March 3rd - The Alphabet Lounge in NYC
If you haven't gotten your hands on the new sounds you can buy Waiting on
The Tide to Change on...
CD Baby: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/zachrobinson1
It's also on E-Music, Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Archive.org, YouTube, and other
Thank you MIR Studios, thank you Zach Stevens, thanks Josh Rivera, much
love Jess Lacourse for witnissing the recording.
My performance at the Music Closet TV Show in Winchester MA was a blast. I
was in awe by the equipment from the minute I stepped in the door. They had
chords, televisions, recording equipment, cameras, booths, studios, computers
etc. I was immediately impressed. The stage was lit up with flowers, an
interview table, and a tv that said The Music Closet on it. When Zach and I
stepped on the stage we jammed into
Rhythm of A Song
The World as I See It (jason mraz cover)
We took a break and I became flooded by this feeling of being in awe. The
cameras, the equipment, the fact that it was a tv show was incredible in its
own. After 45 minutes of positive conversation and drinking water, Zach and I
started the show.
Off the top of my head we performed
Heaven or Hell
Vacation at Home
At Last by Etta James into L-O-V-E
Far From the Shore
All For You
Happy Endings (Jason Mraz Cover)
After the 50 minute set, the feelings were floating about the studio. My
energetic heart was speeding and it was time for the interview. With the
laughter, doing everything possible to burst out of my mouth, due to singing
for 50 minutes, we sat down for an interview.
An interview only to find myself more in awe by the fact that the TV Show I
just jammed on had worked with people who knew Steven Tyler. They displayed to
me numerous tapes of old performances and celebrities who had been there. I'm
incredible grateful for this experience. And without further adue (the
announcement) I should have that DVD in the mail shortly and am looking forward
to spreading it on the internet.
Thank you Music Closet TV Show. You are loved.
And to the rest of the world. You are loved. Goodnight friends. Snuggle up
by a fire, turn on your heated blankets, and where you jammies too bed, and
then come visit me at one of my shows for a warm conversation about how I can't
believe your so cool.
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