Going to see Glen Hansard tonight in Cincinnati!
I’ve said that playing the blues is like having to be black twice. Stevie Ray...– B.B. King (via johnboytosh)
John Mayer 8/27/2010 →
reason141: 20 years ago today, the world lost one of the best guitar players of all time, Stevie Ray Vaughan. Stevie defined my love of blues music and my passion to spend as many waking hours as I could with a guitar in my hands. I never met him and I never saw him play live, but he changed my life forever….
As I sit here, remembering the days of my youth. I can remember when I was 14 and it was April. My parents had just bought a house. We had been living in a trailer for 9 years. Man, I hated that place. Anyhow, one of the weekends around the time of our moving, we visited some family out of state. We listened to Cream and Johnny Winter on the way there. It was an 8 hour drive where my mom...
After 18 years of playing guitar and singing I finally have my own recording equipment. I have begun work on a new ep. Six songs is the goal. At this point, blues has been a big focus and a little folk. The lyric content is still in flux. More on that later. This and twitter will be where any more updates will be coming from. Thanks and more to come.
ONE FORTY PLUS: The Train Is Now Moving →
jhnmyr: Hi all, Well, here I am. Silent for the next few months, no singing for probably six, but all signs point to this being the last step in getting to perform again. Back to notebooks and iPad to communicate for the time being. Zen living at its finest… so if you see me out and about and I don’t… Best wishes, good well soon, from one musician to another, your take on things does...
jhnmyr: Officially back on track as of today. Doc says all clear. Ends an 8-month period of extreme patience and a real head trip… Back to it… See you soon.