I recorded this here and there in my studio over the past few weeks. It is posted online by permission, and will ONLY be available from Labor Day until my show with Pugwash on September 15th at the Iron Horse in Northampton, MA.
Words and music by Thomas Walsh. Please buy the new Pugwash album, "Play This Intimately (as if among friends)," from which I totally nicked this. Just a little homage of mine, and all in fun. Enjoy.
I'm playing five shows right here in Western Mass during the month of September. Hopefully you'll decide at least one of 'em will be nearby enough to get you off the couch. Anyway, they run Franklin, Hampshire, Hampshire, Hamden, Hampshire, so I'm calling September my Tri-County tour.
Memorial Hall / Pothole Pictures - I'm playing a solo acoustic set on Friday, September 11th in Shelburne Falls before a screening of Francois Truffault's "Day For Night."
Iron Horse Music Hall - with Pugwash on Tuesday, September 15th in Northampton. This is a trio show with J.J. O'Connell on drums and Dave Hayes on bass.
Goshen Town Hall - Sunday, September 20th in Goshen. This is a trio show, with Nick Dines on drums and Fred Goodhue on bass.
Bing Arts Center - Friday, September 25th in Springfield. Another trio show, with Nick and Fred.
My next public performance will be playing guitar in the Zip Cody band at this incredible annual event. It is always a wonderful time, and if you are going to be in Western Massachusetts on the date, I strongly encourage you to attend. For more information, CLICK HERE.
New England songwriters Bill Catalde and Rick Murnane are Liam and Chard
Preston. They write cheerful songs about death and dead people. On rare
occasions they come out in public and sing them at the living.