Yesterday was the spring equinox.
The sun has left the southern hemisphere and moved into the northern sky. From here, the days grow longer and warmer; snows melt, blossoms and flowers bloom, eggs hatch, seeds are sown, life begins anew. It’s also a time for wandering musicians to head north again.
This year we’re only going to be touring in North America for three months, from May until July, and hope to re-connect with as many of you as possible during this time. Connection, for me, is what music is all about – real, personal, soul connection. It’s why I write songs and sing, and constantly travel: to bring people together, to play, to remember and revel in the magic of life.
Playing live is my passion, whether it’s a festival, a dedicated venue, a winery, a wedding, a yoga space, a farmers’ market, or next to a campfire on a deserted beach, with only the stars to hear me. Best of all, though, are house concerts and special events; intimate spaces where friends and family come together to enjoy connecting with music, the artist, and each other.
This is a video mix of a house concert we did down here in Baja Sur, Mexico, at the stunning Buena Fortuna Botanical Reserve. I hope you enjoy it.
I wish you all a happy and hope-filled spring.