Friday, Feb. 24
LIVE FROM MONTY HALL WFMU'S ANDY AND KEN
SEVEN SECOND DELAY "THE NOT UNTALENTED VARIETY SHOW"
Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm
Monty Hall, Jersey City, NJ
Tues., March. 14, 8-10pm
Tripeg Lobo Presents- Songs of Revolution and Revolt!
The Way Station
683 Washington Ave.,
Wednesday, March 22, 9pm
Featured artist at Inspired Word NYC at
247 Varet Street
Friday, March 31, 7:30pm
Mercy Choir & Friends show at Never Ending Books
810 State Street
New Haven, CT
About to get the fundraiser into gear! Mixing and mastering are underway, and it sounds amazing. The fundraiser to help me hire a PR firm to promote the album far and wide. I can't wait for everyone to hear it!
Chris Carlone and I are are working on the first video for the album too - more news on that soon!
In the meantime, I have some gigs coming up (see Upcoming Shows on this page), and an expansion of my Tripeg Lobo themed shows this spring.
Also I have a few new acoustic videos up on YouTube:
Syd will be on the new album, and Song For Hazel was written in response to my pal Kevin Robert Thompson's 3 Song Video.
I made a Coming Soon page for my fundraising campaign to make the new album - The World Has Ever Been on Fire - a reality. Sign up on the pop-up on this page or if you're looking at this on the mobile site, click here.
I just came back from a week and half at CAMP, this time in the Blue Ridge Mountains of NC, and I recorded 6 songs that will become my new EP. More info and shows on the way!
Summer in the city...soaking in the stench and dirt, writing some songs, playing with my new Korg Volca Sample (!!) and trying to expand my sound in new ways. Also thinking about recording soon, soon soon!!
New York Music Daily just listed My Henry Lee as one of the top 50 Albums of 2015!
Lys Guillorn and I ran a fantastic all banjo night at Cafe Nine on Dec. 5, featuring 14 acts playing banjo (or in the case to the fabulous Chica Non Grata, banjo substitutes).
The extraordinarily lovely folk at New York Music Daily wrote a great review of My Henry Lee, calling it "Flynn’s most nuanced and dynamic album yet."