Pat Wictor in Marblehead (Nov. 6, w/ Jon Shain) and Franklin (Nov. 7, w/ Toby Walker)!    new CD news

Dear folks--

I've got two fantastic shows coming up in Massachusetts, on opposite ends of the greater Boston area.   Both will be surprise-filled and song-swapping with great musicians:

Friday, November 6, 8pm
Co-bill with Jon Shain
Me and Thee Coffeehouse
@Unitarian-Universalist Church of Marblehead
28 Mugford Street
Marblehead, MA  01945

Advance tickets HIGHLY recommended!
$18 / $16 adv.

Saturday, November 7, 8pm
"Saints and Sinners," with Toby Walker
Circle of Friends Coffeehouse
@First Universalist Society in Franklin
262 Chestnut Street
Franklin, MA  02038
tel. 508-528-2541

Advance tickets HIGHLY recommended!

Both Toby Walker and Jon Shain are great musicians and guitar players, fine songwriters, fine performers, and good friends of mine.  I've done several shows with them both, and they're ALWAYS filled with surprises and magic improvisational moments.  Check them out on the web:

My new live album, "Living Ever-Lovin' LIVE," featuring solo performances, and guest appearances from my friends Abbie Gardner, Stephanie Corby, David Glaser, and Carl Cacho, is coming along, and sounding great!  (Thanks to Massachusetts' own Neale Eckstein, who mixed it.)  

The audio is all done--just need  to get graphics and manufacturing together.  You can help:  Pre-order the CD now on my website:
Or, at either show.  You'll receive the finished CD at the end of November (5-6 weeks before its release in January), and I'll have a way to meet those considerable final costs in getting it out!

Special offer:  Come to BOTH shows, and you can pre-order the new CD for $5 (a $10 savings!)  

Thanks for listening, and see you soon!

**I now give lessons and coaching in guitar, songwriting,
song interpretation, and performance, in Brooklyn and on the road.  
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