one right after the other, i swear.


If your heart is in your dream

sometimes, in my dreams at night, i get to see friends that are long gone and it’s always so nice to be able to get that visit .


No request is too extreme

for a long time i thought that my luck had just ran out. i realized like a clap of thunder that sometimes i’m not going to get what i know deep down in my heart of hearts i deserve. i really could end up alone in a SRO never having done anything or been anyone. when i  was little my dad said that god hears all our prayers and sometimes the answer is no. so i was like what’s the point of that? why bother?


When you wish upon a star

a lot later somebody told me that if i’d open myself up to people, god would open its self up to me.


As dreamers do

so here i am. here. with you.

sometimes it feels like i’m reaching out in the scary dark looking for the light switch, hoping that a monster doesn’t grab my hand.


know what i mean?

here are 2 things i thought i’d never say

aug 6: 28th between 6th & 7th ave

a. i saw a guy selling seashells hand painted with pot leaves in the middle of them in union square
b. i’m playing at lincoln center on friday.

ya. i know. you really just never know what’s going to happen.

Wordless Music
800 Years of Minimalism: The Spiritual Transcendent
• Manuel Göttsching: E2-E4
• Rhys Chatham: A Crimson Grail, for 200 Electric Guitars
• Beata Viscera: The Music of Pérotin

Presented by Wordless Music and Lincoln Center Out of Doors
Damrosch Park, Lincoln Center, New York City
Friday, August 15 / 7:00 PM / FREE (no tickets required)