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August 3, 2009

I had a blast being interviewed on Soundcheck! If you missed the broadcast, you download to podcast on iTunes (for free), or stream from their site:

http://www.wnyc.org/shows/soundcheck/episodes/2009/08/03/segments/137933

August 3, 2009

I’m being interviewed today on Soundcheck, a WNYC music talk show, as part of a longer segment about music inspired by Moby-Dick.

The show starts at 2:00 EST on 93.9 FM. For those of you outside the NYC area, you can hear the show streamed live at http://www.wync.org by clicking the streaming link in the left sidebar.

I’ll be on closer to 2:20. Come listen!

August 2, 2009

I had a fantastic time in Mystic! Amazingly, we read all of Moby-Dick in just over twenty-four hours. Spending the night on a whale ship was also fun — even in a thunder storm. I played a set from Callmeishmael.org immediately following the reading, as part of a festival called “Sea Stories Weekend.” I met a lot of awesome people, and heard a lot of good music, stories, and poetry — all in all, a great weekend!

IMG_0540The Morgan, morning after the reading.

IMG_0537Deck of the Morgan. My wife, Amy, in the foreground.

IMG_0539Me, groggy, reading some late chapter of the book.

IMG_0541Performing at Sea Stories Weekend. A terrific songwriter named Jon Campbell at the soundboard.

July 26, 2009

Upcoming show!:

Saturday, August 1, 2009; 12:00 (noon); Mystic Seaport; Mystic, CT; cost: admission to the museum; directions and details at the Mystic Seaport website.

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