Thanks for another great year!
Thank you so much for last weekend and so many “typically amazing” years in Central Park. 25 of them!!! Last Saturday was the very, VERY best way to put a button on the season and to start looking forward to “The Something’th Annual Year End Concert”. (You can grab tickets HERE.)
No kidding. Our photographer friends David Hayase and Sean Friedman were out there again, so here are some moments from our last day together at “The Hill”.
Every time I get to share music and laughs with all of you it’s special. And every time Teresa Reynolds shows up it’s incredible. It was a kick that my pal Roger Bartlett came out with his axe for the last day. It’s always so, SO cool making music with him. And every time Frankie helps out with a song or two it’s sweet beyond words. And y’know? I gotta thank you to all of you who showed up in the Concert Window again yesterday. (We’ll start cranking up an off-season version of “The Weekly Show” again soon.)
But you… YOU. You guys who sit on that grass. You guys who are “the People on the Hill”. I’ll never find the words to allow me to do what I love and make a living doing it. I’ll never be able express the incredible depth of my Gratitude. So… at the end of year 25 I’ll just say what I always say…
NOW!!! LET’S GET READY FOR THE YEAR END GIG!!!
Y’know what? Before anything else, why don’t you call a few friends, make plans and grab tickets sooner than later. Merkin Concert Hall is a beautiful venue,m but there are only about 500 seats. So don’t risk getting sold out this year. (It’s gonna be a very special night.)
Here…. click on the banner below and make sure you get the seats you really want for Saturday, December 3.
Don’t miss this one. I say this all the time, but we really do laugh as much as we sing every year. Get the best seats right now. Call a few friends and plan to make a night of it. On Saturday night, December 3rd I’m gonna be sharing the stage again with George Wurzbach, Chris Tedesco, Dan Paccione, Ryan Cavan and the amazing Teresa Reynolds.
Give yourself something really, really fun to look forward to.
Okay, gonna leave you now with just a few images of what I’ve been doing for the past 25 years with a guitar on my shoulder in the backyard of the town I love.
GO AHEAD AND MAKE SURE YOU’RE AT THE CONCERT ON DECEMBER 3.
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Thanks so much for hangin’ out. See you tomorrow.