Thoughts with Florida…
BUT MAN! WE HAD A NEARLY PERFECT DAY HERE IN NEW YORK CITY ON SATURDAY!
Let me start this week by saying THANK YOU to every single one of you who showed up in Central Park this weekend. Holy smokes! We did it again! We sang together. We danced together. We laughed and even shed a tear or two over the course of the day… with hundreds of our fellow New Yorkers, and people from all across the country and around the world.
Our photographer friend Sean Friedman showed up again. So I’ll have a bunch of photos and maybe even a little video from the day. For now, here are a few moments from another weekend.
Here are a few shots from another weekend.
If YOU have any photos or video from this past Saturday, please shoot them to me on Facebook, okay?
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I know. I know. For reasonable, sane people this has been a tough year so far in this bizarre Trump Reality Show. But we’re in it together and we have work to do. Today I’m gonna share a feel good video from our “Year End Concert” at Merkin Concert Hall here in New York City last December.
First, the concert video…
Today, I find myself sitting on top of 3 incredible Creative projects that seem to be exploding into the world as I’m writing this: the new play “The Green Room” – the video for the song “Dreamers Like Me” – and the Creation of a NEW MUSICAL… which is the off-spring of the workshopped musical “Possibility Junkie”.
Here are a few images from last year’s concert.
I’m still living this Life with open arms and Love, but ZERO tolerance for people who voted for or continue to support the abomination that is Donald J Trump. As my new song says, “I hope they feel like joining us someday.” But until that day, the rest of us have work to do!!!
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Thanks so much for hangin’ out.