The winter weather has arrived en force in Maine and we’re hunkered down with our woodstove as temperatures drop below zero each night this week. It’s the perfect time to catch up on reading and a bit of planning work for the coming year.
I spent a few days in the studio last week and I am very excited to tell you that the final guitar parts have been set for the new album, which is a huge step and will unlock an avalanche of activity leading up to our spring release. I am thrilled to have Bethany Waickman playing guitar on the album, and in concert for the foreseeable future. One more reason that being in Portland, Maine is perfect!
There’s a lot to look forward to in the coming year, including the touring debut of Josephine County, a wonderful project that has us collaborating with our dear friends Erica and Matt Shipman on a fantastic mix of Irish, Scottish, American, French-Candian music. We’re heading south in February and you’re welcome to join us here for more information!
Little Sea Folk Presents: Duó
January is full of planning and studio time and a break from concerts (I’m feeling a bit ragged from the road, if I’m being honest) so I’ll chat with you all again in February and hopefully see you soon after that. The year is filling up with touring in February, March, and beyond, so there will be plenty of time to share these new songs with you all. A very big thank you to some new friends in Pennsylvania for reaching out and supporting the new album (and getting a house concert to boot)! If you would like to discuss a private event, please do reach out. We love to come and sing with you for an evening!
Leopold and Molly Bloom would like to say hello and Happy New Year as well. 🙂