I just returned from the Sharlot Hall Museum Folk Festival in Prescott, AZ. Great time – so much fun!. What a nice and welcoming group of performers. Heard lots of great music and made a bunch of new friends. Cool venue for a festival – beautiful grounds with lots of places to hang and have impromptu jam sessions – historic buildings. Song circles in a dimly lit room filled with artifacts from the Arizona Territory and mannequins dressed in period clothing. And just a two-block walk from my hotel – how convenient! And nearby was Wild Iris, a wonderful coffeehouse that had deliciously strong coffee and maple cheesecake. My set in the Theater was at the end of the festival so I really appreciated the folks who came to listen – what a super nice audience! I look forward to returning next year!
Wow. Performing at the Cambridge Drive Concert series last Friday was magical for me. Lovely audience – so attentive and responsive and they even laughed at my jokes! Sound system and acoustics were superb. Roy Donkin made everything run so smoothly. It was a treat to share the evening with Nicola Gordon and hear her wonderful music. Hope to post some pictures soon!