Summer has finally arrived here in Michigan. It’s sweltering, humid, sticky – exactly
what July should be. I planted my little garden a bit late but it’s thriving, so somewhere
on a future menu are BLT’s. I can’t wait.
I’m making some progress on ‘The Kerryman’s Daughter’, the new Irish American
CD that I’ve been planning for some time. A bit later this month I’m meeting with
Dennis Cahill in Chicago to discuss arrangements and schedules. I’m thrilled to have
Dennis on board. In the Irish American music world he’s very revered as a guitar
player (usually for fiddler Martin Hayes) and a producer. I’m still looking for funding
for the project, so feel free to contact me through this site for more info.
In August I have a tour in the Upper Peninsula, one of my favorite places to go, especially in the summer. I’ll doing concerts and hanging out with some good friends.
And I’m still hoping I can tag a trip to Ireland at the end of August or very early
As more things unfold in my musical life I’ll post them here.