Burn The Plan is the 5th album I’ve had the pleasure of making with Good Lovelies.
Each album sounds more assured than the last one. They’re not afraid to push beyond the safety of what worked before, and that only happens in an authentic way when you’re rooted as a band. Their individual songwriting styles are still identifiable, but after so many years of playing together it’s so much more cohesive sounding.
This Saturday, March 7th 2015, I’ll be part of something called the “Guitar Summit,” which takes place at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts. It’s part of Soulpepper’s Cabaret series.
Ted Quinlan, Don Ross, Nick Tateishi and I will each perform some solo guitar pieces as well as some duets/collaborations. I don’t do these kinds of shows very often, so I’m just hoping I can keep up with these super skilled guitar players!
Tickets are $20-$25, and you can purchase them HERE.