“…There was and old rusted 76’ Chevy parked there and in all my years of college I never saw it move, not once, and I hoped it never would. It stood as a reminder of things past, an effigy of all the different versions of my growing self that had once glanced at it on their way to wherever…” - journal excerpt (me)
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I played with the Old Hours today for a performance video they put together with dreadnought cinema. I really love playing their songs with them. Their harmonies have a certain ease to them and they certainly seem comfortable with their music. It was a good evening and i appreciate them inviting me back. Should be done by Friday and ill be sure to post it.
Jessica Walsh’s amazing rustic workspace in NYC.
While I work during the week our studio on 23rd street in Chelsea, on the weekends I like to switch it up and work from home. I had the desk custom made from Urban Wood Goods. The monkey that hangs over my desk is by Kay Bojesen. I like collecting classic children’s toys around my apartment. They serve as a nice reminder to keep curious, inquisitive, and playful in my life and work.
Cool blog to follow. Simple and practical workspaces that look.. well.. Good.
Sarah Jarosz, “Tell Me True”
Finally got around to learning this tune today. Its sweet, simple, and haunting. I highly suggest giving it a listen. Any banjo players out there, I play it with a capo on the 2nd fret in double C tuning, I think you can pull it off in sawmill tuning as well. Give it a shot. Cheers.
Tell me darlin’ please tell me true.
Salt River and Goldfield Mountains, Tonto National Forest.
Arizona is the best.