The title track of the forthcoming Kiss List album has just been included on an awesome fundraising compilation of 17 songs by local songwriters for the Beeliar wetlands. All proceeds go to #rethinkthelink. Get it while its hot! You can purchase the whole album or just the songs you like.
The awesome Carolyn White is doing a doodle a day, but in this case it was a doodle of Dave, with Tore and The Professor, out in the summer sun of the Manning Park Farmers and Artisan Market.
I had a dream. In the dream I had a manager. The manager told me I should write a “list” style post, because they were trending in popularity. She mumbled something about the human need for arbitrary structure amongst the chaos of existence. Anyway, these short anecdotes and associated music clips resulted. I think I really did attend these gigs though, and not just in a dream.
10. Dar Williams at Phoenix Concert Theatre, Toronto, Canada – 20 August 2003
You don’t need fancy instrumentation when you’re as charming, funny and smart as Dar Williams. One of her signature tunes, The Christians and the Pagans, seems appropriate to share this evening, given the plot takes place on Christmas Eve.
9. Paul Kelly at Sidetrack Cafe, Edmonton, Canada – 18 March 2004
The memorable thing about this gig was Continue reading “My Top Ten Gigs (as a Punter) and Why”