As i was performing at the American Folk Art Museum in NYC, i noticed a man in the front row with a giant pad on his lap, sketching. After the show, he came up to me and revealed his finished artwork. “I tried to swing with your music as I was rendering you.” Music in Motion. Thank you, Benedict Pensato!
Thank You!!! to all you wonderful people who came to join us (and special guest fiddler Hurricane Hoss) under the big tent at the 55th Philadelphia Folk Festival, the longest continuously running musical festival in North America.
We chased away the storm and brought on the Sky Blue Sky.
It was an absolute honor to join the ranks of musicians & storytellers, including so many iconic songwriters, who have performed at the Folk Fest.
#NoBrainer Musician United to Fight Brain Tumors! Thanks to all the amazing performers who took the stage at The No Brainer Benefit Concert (some of who came back on stage for a big finale), not to mention the hundreds of you that came out to sing along, dance, and support brain tumor research.
Thanks especially to this amazing crew of volunteers & planners for putting in your time and enthusiasm to making The No Brainer Benefit Concert an amazing success. It would not have happened without you.
See all the photos and smiling faces from the event at www.facebook.com/thenobrainer.
And if you would like to donate and support the cause, there’s still time! Head over to www.thenobrainer.org.