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Welcome to the Machine

Brief update from the road – I’m touring all over the US at the moment, playing some neat intimate shows, festivals, and much more! If you haven’t caught me on this leg of the tour, there’s more coming up, just check out the Tour page. But in the meantime, please check out this cover of Pink Floyd’s “Welcome to the Machine” that I did at The Study this past September. Thanks to The Walleye for capturing it on video!

The Great Gig in the Sky – August 31

Well, not quite in the sky, but the show is at Hugh’s Room in Toronto, a truly wonderful spot.

But let  me start at the beginning:

Last year, I attended OCFF in Niagara Falls, an incredible conference with showcases all over the place. I wasn’t playing, but rather just there to soak it all up. I managed to meet a fellow by the name of Michael Wrycraft. He’s won too many awards for album design and packaging, yet I still managed to impress him with the 3D house version of Windows and Doors! He also really enjoyed the music, so he invited me to join this one-of-a-kind show in Toronto. It’s called “The Great Gig in the Sky – a tribute to Pink Floyd“.

I’ll be part of it all, alongside 7 other performers:

Ridley Bent, Elizabeth Shepherd & Michael Occhipinti, Dominic Mancuso, LAL, Paul Neufeld and friends, Andrea Koziol, and Retrocity [a 7 piece a cappella group!].

The format is unique, with each artist performing 2 Pink Floyd tunes with their own twist on them. Which ones am I doing? You’ll have to come to Toronto on Friday, August 31st to find out!

Tickets can be purchased via www.hughsroom.com.