If you want to work on your art, work on your life. ANTON CHEKHOV
I moved to Brooklyn this month, and it always strikes me how hard it is to adjust to new spaces and to find that “home” feeling. I can’t say I’ve found it completely, but I’ve definitely seen it creeping around corners and in glimpses. I’m putting most of my hopes in the fall.
I’ll be playing now (locally) at Pete’s Candy Store this Saturday at 9pm. Please come by and say hello. It will be a pleasant evening, and it’s been too long since I’ve played in New York; which I look forward to changing hopefully this fall. www.petescandystore.com
In other news, I’m reading through Daniel Lanois’ autobiography. In regards to the Chekhov quote at the beginning of this entry; it’s really rewarding when you live you life and your works falls completely inline with how you’re living. This is something Daniel seemed to do very well. Something I’m hoping to get better at.
Well that’s all for now. Sorry I don’t update this more often. I’m going to be better at that.