I’m back again this Friday evening, July 13, at Rose City Food Park from 6-8pm. Great evening to bring the family, date night, whatever it may be. Wonderful vendors and some outstanding food.
I’ll play my take on lots of cover tunes from 50s-60s-70s, add a few originals just to spice it up. I would love to see some familiar faces and a few new ones. Please join me this Friday evening.
Rose City Food Park is located at 5235 NE Sandy Blvd., Portland, 97213
I’ll be performing at the Third Annual Spring Sampling at Rose City Food Park, 5235 NE Sandy Blvd, in Portland this Saturday from 3:30-5pm. The event runs from 12-5. Drop on by and warm up to some great local flavors and brew of your choice.
This Saturday afternoon I’ll be playing some of my originals along with cover tunes at the Rose City Food Park (5235 NE Sandy Blvd) from 2:30-4pm. The weather looks great and so should the food. Stop on by – I’d love to see you.
Here’s a link to Rose City Food Park’s Facebook account
If you got the time, we got the groove.
HomeBrew will be performing this Saturday evening 8-11pm at Mallard’s at The Resort at the Mountain, in Welches, Oregon.
HomeBrew and the Terrapin Horns play the best in vintage party music from R&B, Rock and Swing.
HomeBrew the Band
I’ll be the warm up beginning at 7pm, performing familiar soft rock hits from Billy Joel, James Taylor, Van Morrison, Elton John, Kenny Loggins, Elvis Presley, Otis Redding and a few originals.
We’re heading back to Cider Mill this Saturday evening.
I have often mentioned how moved I am by this human experience we are all a part of. As a pretty high feeling individual (at least that’s what Meyers-Briggs tells me), I am most deeply moved by those moments when life is at its hardest.
I have found that simply validating a persons hurt, pain and loss, is far more comforting, because the person going through the difficulty feels heard. Sometimes, that’s all we really need. Being heard. Listened too, without judgement or clever bumper-sticker slogans.
Hummingbird at Dusk – Photograph by Aubrey Frimoth
The song “Shattered,” is about validating the hardship. Recognizing the reality of what has happened and offering to listen and just be there.