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…Farewell President Obama

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      I remember it so well…November 4th, 2008. I was living North East of London in a region called Norfolk, and had just opened a show called “The Thursford Christmas Spectacular”. It was Europe’s answer to the lavish Radio City Christmas show in New York. I lived in a tiny little village called…

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New Year’s Resolutions

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New Year’s Resolutions. How many of us make them? And more importantly, does anyone ever keep them? Research shows that about 41% of Americans make New Year’s Resolutions, but about eight percent actually keep them. It’s all too familiar. I’m going to be better about this in 2017. I’m going to eat less. I’m going…

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Goodbye 2016

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Goodbye 2016. What a year. So much of it was great. So much of it was terrible. I think this holds true for many people. At the start of January, 2016 James and I were just finding our footing as a resident duo playing in a posh little music venue in Santa Fe, New Mexico.…

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Puerto Vallarta

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Puerto Vallarta

My friend Billy, whilst visiting from Los Angeles aptly referred to Puerto Vallarta as “The San Francisco of Mexico”. I couldn’t agree more. And what a familiar place San Francisco is to me for those of you who’ve known me for a long time. James and I just had the time of our lives. James’…

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The Holidays

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The Holidays. They mean so much to some people and so little to others. They’re full of joy, traditions and reminiscing for some. They are also a time of great pain and sadness for those who have broken families or no families at all. For some who may even have wonderful families, the holidays remain…

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What a Strange Week it has been…

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What a strange week it has been. We’ve been on a ship in our own little bubble during the most shocking Presidential Election results in recent history. We’ve only caught glimpses of the feelings of divide on Facebook as our internet usage is expensive and limited. I’ve personally deleted my news apps on my phone.…

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Uncertainty, Light, and Life

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Blogging is Hard

Blogging is hard. Sometimes I just don’t know what to write about, really. I think that artists always have something they want to say, however in order for them to feel good about it, they need to communicate it in a creative way. I always have opinions and views and James too for that matter,…

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Santa Fe Swan Song

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It is our Santa Fe Swan Song. Not to say we won’t be back ever again. But this is our last week here for a little while. We love playing here. For those of you who come to our shows, you can probably tell how much we love playing in Santa Fe at Vanessie. It…

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Hurricane, Flu and an NYC Debut

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A hurricane is a strange phenomena. I remember being a kid in Southern California and part of me was excited at the thought of an earthquake hitting. With natural disasters, there is that macabre side to everyone that wants to experience what’s happening maybe just once. Obviously it is not funny when a hurricane wreaks…

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Our favorite concerts of the year

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Our favorite concerts happen in perhaps the most unsuspecting place possible. Have you ever heard of The Villages in Florida? If you’re reading this now immediately after it was sent- there most likely is a hurricane blowing through. Exciting times!  Every year, Fernando Varela a great friend of mine and competitor when I was on America’s Got…

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