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On May 31, I was extremely pleased to play a return gig at the popular Alexandria watering hole, St. Elmo’s Coffee Pub.  With me were Jim Gormley on percussion and Matthew Leonard on bass.  We had a great time playing our mix of pop, country, R&B, and blues – featuring cool original tunes as well as fun covers.  The set included songs recorded by Keith Urban, Tina Turner, The Eagles, LaBelle, Garth Brooks, and Demi Lovato.

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This post has moved to my new blog focused on my own wine experiences and other wine-related info –
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This post has moved to my new blog focused on my own wine experiences and other wine-related info –
Oenophilogical – and can be found by clicking HERE.

 



This post has moved to my new blog focused on my own wine experiences and other wine-related info –
Oenophilogical – and can be found by clicking HERE.


Here it is – the poster for my upcoming gig at St. Elmo’s Coffee Pub in the Delray neighborhood of Alexandria, VA.  This establishment is well-known and well-liked around the area because of it’s good food, good drinks and GOOD MUSIC.  I’ll be doing a mixed set of great popular tunes with some of my own original tunes woven in.  It’ll definitely be a fun evening, and there’s no cover!  With me will be Jim Gormley on percussion and Matthew Leonard on bass.  See you there!!



This post has moved to my new blog focused on my own wine experiences and other wine-related info –
Oenophilogical – and can be found by clicking HERE.



This post has moved to my new blog focused on my own wine experiences and other wine-related info –
Oenophilogical – and can be found by clicking HERE.

 



This post has moved to my new blog focused on my own wine experiences and other wine-related info –
Oenophilogical – and can be found by clicking HERE.



This post has moved to my new blog focused on my own wine experiences and other wine-related info –
Oenophilogical – and can be found by clicking HERE.



This post has moved to my new blog focused on my own wine experiences and other wine-related info –
Oenophilogical – and can be found by clicking HERE.