Groundhog Day marked the halfway point between the winter solstice and the spring equinox, so that means winter's more than half over. But for my granddaughter, it's only just begun. Recently, Annea was working on her first snowman. After the body was finished my daughter Jenny said: "Now, it just needs a . . ." Annea: "Guitar!"TELL ME YOUR FAVORITES, YOUR REQUESTS - At concerts, by email, and in response to this newsletter, people often tell me the name of their favorite song of mine and why they like it. So an idea has sprouted: a CD of favorites selected by you. A limited edition of this album will be available only to readers like you. It'll include your picks from my recordings of the past 26 years, plus a few new surprises! It's my way of saying thank you for your support. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org your personal favorites in the next two weeks but no later than Wednesday, February 23rd. Whether you list a few songs or two dozen, I'd love to hear from you. And if you'd like to suggest a title for the album or tell a personal story about a particular song, send that along, too.
- February 19 - Dance Flurry Festival, Saratoga Springs
- March 5 - Coffee Planet, Ballston Spa with Ed Lowman
- March 11 - Jonesville Store, Clifton Park
- March 15 - St. Patrick's Concert, New York Mills with Ed
- March 26 - Black River Valley Concert Series, Lowville