April 16, 2014

Spring Events 2014

SXSW was Dickensian as always.  The best of times, the worst of times.  All the ink and blogging about it maybe reflects how its huge size has changed its character in one fundamental way: It is too … [Read more...]

2014, Here We Go.

As far as New Year's Resolutions, there could have been many, but one idea seemed to take hold: For 2014 I will focus on some major projects which already are shaping the year for me.  Of course the … [Read more...]

December 20, 2013: A Gala Evening!

As the date of Paul Klemperer's Festivus Celebration fast approaches, folks have been asking for more details.  The list of performers is quite long and exciting:  Amie Maciszewski leads Sangeet … [Read more...]

Paul Klemperer’s Festivus Celebration to include a Charity Guilt-Off

  One of the time-honored traditions of the holiday season is the Salvation Army Santa. Standing there in his red suit, shiny black belt, and ringing his big bell, SAS is a reminder to us all … [Read more...]

My Exotic Other Spring Concert

My Exotic Other Spring Concert... The concert is set for May 26 at the Stateside at the Paramount Theater in Austin. 7:00-10:00pm. There will be an intermission with cash bar and … [Read more...]

Life Imitating Art

This was a little too Dickensian to pass up:   An Associated Press report on a lawsuit by Monsanto against a soybean farmer who allegedly violated their patent on replanting genetically modified … [Read more...]

January Stuff

2013 was going to be the year I got organicized, and it could still happen.  The problem with playing and teaching music, is that it doesn't leave much time for other projects, like playing and … [Read more...]

Into 2013!

Happy Holidays to all my fans, friends, associates, and anyone I accidentally bump into this season! 2012 is wrapping up with some good musical offerings in Boston, and then back in Austin. I'll … [Read more...]

F1 and All That

The big race weekend is here, like it or not.  Like other big corporate funded festivals, this one feels "top down" rather than grassroots.  That makes many Austinites uncomfortable.  The kneejerk … [Read more...]

October

It's a busy fall:  I finished up September with a tour to Oklahoma with Sangeet Millennium, playing Indo-Jazz fusion at several college and grade school campuses, and making some great new friends up … [Read more...]

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