I’m reminded of the line from Dylan’s “When I Paint My Masterpiece” — “on a plane ride so bumpy that I almost cried.” The air is choppy, the seat is flexing, and I’m thinking about how great the last 17 years at Berklee have been. And how much I don’t want them to end here, above the Maryland countryside, in an Airbus.
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Wow, wasn’t I just here? Yep, I was. Three weeks ago, we were in DC at the Kennedy Center with the esteemed Liz Longley, her achingly beautiful songs, and her achingly beautiful band. Now I’m back, with five jazz players, set to do a radio broadcast, and play four shows.
(Yes… I’m from PA but I’m currently in Texas so the y’all thing is working at the moment!) 🙂
The Berklee trip to DC was a total success!! What an honor to be a part of the Conservatory Project at the Kennedy Center. I am so grateful for the Berklee faculty for putting such a great trip together.
On Thursday afternoon, Johnny, Rob Hayes and I went to the Voice of America. It was soooo cool. Doug Levine hosts his own radio show and invited us in for an interview. Johnny and I really enjoyed talking with him. That was our first time ON AIR together. 🙂 The interview is going to be translated into several different languages and broadcasted across the world. How exciting is that?!