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Americana, Roots, Folk-Rock

13 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Folk Rock, ROCK: Americana

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Type of instruments I play: Martin Acoustic Guitars (6 and 12 string); Stratocaster; Ric 12; Limitless supply of Lee Oskar and Hohner Harps; Roland Keyboard; and assorted percussion toys. Music critic Mark Gould said that I sound ââ¦at times like a cross between the best of Mark Knopfler and Warren Zevon, with a dash of Bruce Springsteen tossed in, for good measureâ. If I did I might give up the day jobâ¦thank you, Mark. All I try to do is serve the song.

Type of instruments I wish I played: Hammond B-3 played by Steve Winwood (as if that would make a difference); and the fingers and soul of Jimi Hendrix (and that would make a difference).

The first album or single I ever bought with my own money: I would like to say it was âBob Dylanâ or âWith the Beatlesââ¦but it probably was Chubby Checker (âThe Twistâ), Neil Sedaka (âI Live Right Next Door to an Angelâ) or the Four Seasons (âCherieâ).

First concert I ever went to: Larry Rifkin (B.O.O.M. drummer) and I went to see the Four Seasons and Jimmy Soul at Municipal Stadium in Waterbury in 1964.

Best show I saw at the New Haven Coliseum: Rolling Thunder Revue.

CDs I'm currently listening to: Leon Helm, âDirt Farmerâ; Robert Plant and Alison Kraus, âRaising Sandâ Neil Young, âChrome Dreams IIâ; Richard Thompson, âSweet Warriorâ; Robert Earl Keen, âLive at the Ryman: âThe Greatest Show Ever Been Gaveââ; Frank Carillo & the Bandoleros, âSomedayâ; Andy Bey, âAinât Necessarily Soâ; Marc Cohn, âJoin the Paradeâ; and, demos from "Sunset At the North Poleâ (homework, my next CD).

Music I listen to when cleaning the bathroom: The âMr. Cleanâ theme song somehow does it for me.

Album (or song) that changed my life: Iâd like to say âThe Times They Are âa Changinââ or âBlowing in the Windâ but âShe Loves Youâ was the beginning of a new world for me and almost anyone who came of age during the â60s.

Inspiration to start playing: The Beatles, Dylan, The Kinks inspired Larry and me to form our band âThe Avengersâ in the 7th grade in 1965 (although I think Larry was actually inspired by the Dave Clark 5).

Game I always win: Trivial Pursuit â60s Rock Version.

Game I always lose: Scrabble when playing against my wife.

TV shows that suck me in: Deadwood, Letterman, Charley Rose.

What I'm reading: Anne Enright, âThe Gatheringâ; Walter Mosley, âBlonde Faithâ; âThe Letters of Arthur Schlessingerâ

Some of my favorite web sites:;; move; (Guacamole Fund);;;; and

If I could join another local band for a day it would be: Steel Rodeo, Eddie Seville is a great rock ân roll soul and that band kicks.

A few of the most memorable local music shows Iâve seen (and/or played) over the years: Dylan at the New Haven Arena in 1965 and Toadâs Place in 1990; James Taylor and Stephen Stills at Toadâs Place; CSN&Y, Freedom of Speech Tour, 2006; Richard Thompson at Edgerton Park in 2005; Steve Winwood, Palace Theater in Waterbury, 2005.

What I do when Iâm not playing/writing songs: Practicing law.

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