Dear Chairman Dances enthusiasts,

I’m playing a solo set at Philly’s Elixr Coffee on Friday, 10/27. I go on first at 9 p.m., then my friend Michele Ward will read poetry; musician Dane Galloway will close the evening. I anticipate performing mostly new material, however, if you have a request, send it along. I’m happy to oblige.
According to the show promoter, there will be “free coffee and pastries and possibly free cider.” This is big news, as Elixr’s coffee is excellent, though 9 p.m. is a dangerous time to be drinking it; you may want to stick with the pastries and cider. The show is free with a suggested donation of $5. If you don’t have money, don’t worry about the donation.
Things have been fairly quiet here, which has given me the opportunity to write and consider and rewrite. Nevertheless, there have been some exciting public moments of late. The band was featured on the BBC, with the host of its alternative channel calling us his “new favorite band,” which is fairly incredible. A few months back, we played a secret show at a literary society. A video of part of that performance is forthcoming.
OK. Take care, everyone. Hope to see some of you at Elixr.