Who says lightening doesn't strike twice in the same place?
I first worked with Tom Conlon back in 1999 on his first physical CD, "Things Said In Passing". It was and still is one of my favorite musical experiences. I also got the privilege of touring with him to support that album.
Tom is a true artist in every sense of the word. Working with him reminds me of why I fell in love with music in the first place. He creates wonderful spaces in which it's safe to experiment. It's OK whether you succeed or fail, because ultimately it's about the shared musical experience.
When we sat down at Eveready Diner in Brewster, NY to talk about working on our second CD together, I was excited not only to be working on what I knew would be a fantastic musical project, but I was glad to be able to spend some time with a great friend.
For several months we gathered some amazing people in Boston, Atlanta and New York City, and we made some really good music. We made music that not only sounded good, but music that we'd actually like to listen to. That's not easy to do.
Tom says: "Having collaborated with Mckelvie both live and in the studio, I can't recommend him more highly - he is a singular talent, a
seasoned professional, and a pleasure to work with."
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