Pat Wictor in Brooklyn, November 8!   new CD update!

Dear folks--

In a couple weeks I'll be playing at this amazing new room in Brooklyn, called Jalopy.  It's my first time there, and I want to make a pretty good showing!   Would love to see you there--not a bad drive on a Sunday--and I want to invite you to bring friends and spread the word!

Sunday, November 8, 8pm
315 Columbia Street
Brooklyn, NY  11231
$10 admission

Subway directions: F or G train to Carroll St. (first car if coming from North/West). Walk 1 block up Smith St to 1st Place. Make left. Walk down past highway to Columbia St. Make left to 315 Columbia.

Want complete directions for public transportation?  Use HopStop! (  You can get train, subway, bus, and walking directions!

Jalopy is an all-ages, true listening room dedicated to American "roots" music--the blues, appalachian, old-time, roots gospel, and jazz--and all the artists playing there have some grounding in those traditions.   (My friend Danny Schmidt is playing there Nov. 1--he's a great songwriter.  Go see him too!)   They also hold numerous classes and workshops around roots music.   Great folks, doing good things!

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!  The audio is all done--just need  to get graphics and manufacturing together.  You can help:  Pre-order the CD now on my website here:
....or at the Nov. 8 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!

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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