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October 2016
My AMERICAN FORK LP has been out for nearly two months now.  In between wrapping up the North American tour dates and preparing to leave for the European tour, I wanted to write a few lines about the people who physically helped me make this record.  This week it remains in the Top 20 most played albums on the Americana Music Radio charts, and much of the reason for that is the musicianship and the way it was recorded.
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September 2016
The long journey of writing, recording, printing, and finally releasing the AMERICAN FORK album is now in the tour phase. I will be zig-zagging around North America, performing at this years Americana Music Conference, and touring parts of Europe right up until early December.  Please consult TIMEASTON.COM and the tour page for dates near you.  It would be great to hang out.
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August 2016
Big shout out to Hurray For The Riff Raff. Musically, the band has been a tasteful, well schooled, and smooth ride.  This specific batch of words is to thank them, or perhaps their lead singer, for not shying away from speaking her/their mind when it comes to politics and the disgraceful and embarrassing situation my country is in with Donald Trump. Most of you youngsters and musos are hip to this band.  Many think they are New Orleans based.
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July 2016
Greetings from Music City.  Just got word I'll be playing a showcase at this years Americana Music Association conference in September.  In other news, all during the months of July and August, SIP CAFE in East Nashville has displayed ten pieces of the limited edition American Fork Hand Painted LP Jacket series.
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The town of Zaragoza means a lot of things to a lot of different people.  To me, it represents a traveling incident where I was so severely poisoned by alcohol that I nearly died.
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