It is always my most sincere and profound intention to write a post about each of my performances. I can promise that I do write something about it—in my head—every time.

It’s been a wonderful and exciting fall so far, and I look forward to more musical adventures. Here are a few words about my encounters of the musical kind.

September Concert at Otto's Shrunken Head

The September Concert at Otto’s Shrunken Head
This show was wonderfully mellow, intimate, and full of love. On September 11, 2011 many were hesitant to come out of their houses and into the city. But those who did, whether it was for the ceremonies throughout the day, or to one of the many September Concerts held throughout the city, made it so very special. We shall not be scared. We shall stand together.
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Dewey Beach Music Conference
This was my first time attending the Dewey Beach Music Conference. At the bottom tip of the tiny state of Delaware, this conference is so rock’n’roll! It’s small enough to remember all the faces of people that you meet, and big enough to create a great network of new friends and music industry contacts. I traveled with Inky Glass (Blues for the Lost Soul,) and she turned out to be a delightful traveling and concert-going companion. One night we gig-hopped to about 6 performances, and it felt sooo good! Highlights included Summer Osborne, Lovebettie, and Da Rezarekt
I went picture crazy. Check ’em out!

Luciar at the Talking Stick

GoGirlsMusicFest Kick-off in Venice, CA
This was my West Coast debut! It was a cozy Friday night, and I had to rethink my outfit, since I didn’t account for the warmer temperatures of California when planned. It was wonderful to see Madalyn Sklar, founder of GoGirls Music, for the 3rd time in the same year! (Someone’s been traveling a lot.) I have to give a special thanks to Keri Bowers from Normal Films for donating art from The Art of Autism to help us raise funds for The Red Thread Movement. I hope to be back to the west coast next year, in 2012 (uh oh) to tour. Here are pictures from the event.