It’s official: we are on the other side of Tweed. It happened. Nine months of planning, projecting, adjusting, compensating, crying, laughing, apologizing, pacing, counting, waiting, anticipating…it has come and gone like any other weekend in time. The amount of positive feedback has been overwhelming. The musicians themselves have moved on down the road to new gigs, new tours and I can still hear them buzzing from their respective stages while I sit in front of this computer in Pawtucket, RI. What comes next is slowly being pulled out of the air and galvanized into some sort of schedule. More music really. “Thank God For Science”, which is the working title of my instrumental record is ready to mix. Orchestra Morphine Horns recently lent some studio magic and really just put things over the top. I will take the early slot before The Blue Ribbons on Tuesdays at TOAD in Cambridge to break in the tunes with this crew and Im really looking forward to it. After that you can find us at Store 54 in Allston with Beware The Dangers Of The Ghost Scorpion sharing the bill on October 2 and then October 3 in  Providence at Nick-A-Nees. The Curtis Mayflower will be unloading a batch of new songs and material to flesh out and finish recording to set ourselves up for a release in 2016. I will be joining Jeffrey Foucault along with my pals Billy Conway, Bo Ramsey and Caitlin Canty (who opens the shows as well)on a bunch of dates thru the fall in the Midwest and West Coast and Europe in the new year all in support of his best work yet “Salt As Wolves”.  Booker T just rang and asked me to fill in for some dates on Fantasy Island. More info on that as it comes in. All in all I’d say I have a fine Fall season shaping up and again could not be more grateful for the community of people that are all a part of this ride.