Junk Food and Drugs

Junk Food And Drugs at Relix Magazine

Click here for ALT's performance of Junk Food And Drugs in The Relix Boiler Room Upcoming tour dates in the South Eastern USA:

December 2nd Knoxville, TN Preservation Pub 10pm.

December 6th Memphis, TN Poplar Lounge 10pm. With Joe Fletcher.

December 7th Oxford, MS Lamar Lounge 10pm. With Joe Fletcher

December 8th St. Louis, MO Off Broadway 8pm. With Joe Fletcher.

December 9th Louisville, KY The New Vintage 9pm. With Joe Fletcher.

December 10th Nashville, TN The Stone Fox 9pm. With Joe Fletcher.

December 11th Atlanta, GA Masquerade Purgatory Room 7pm. With Joe Fletcher.

December 12th Asheville, NC The Grey Eagle 8pm. With Joe Fletcher.

December 15th Raleigh, NC The Pour House 8pm. With Joe Fletcher.

December 16th Athens, GA The Caledonia Lounge 8pm. With Joe Fletcher.

Take Part TV and Playing For Change

Last fall, I filmed a couple of songs for Take Part TV's new series Eye Level.  The folks at Take Part then generously made a contribution to my favorite charity, Play For Change Foundation, which helps to build arts and music schools in countries where they are too poverty stricken to build them on their own...these schools give all kinds of kids throughout the world the opportunity to explore their creativity and learn more about their own artistic endeavors.  Here are two of the videos we filmed with more to come on April 17th.  Please visit www.playingforchange.org for information on how you can help. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5zEtDlN1bU]

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Streaming the Kennedy Center show on Thursday 3/14/13

“Songwriters: The Next Generation” Live Webcast - March 14 20l3 from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. (EDT)

“Songwriters: The Next Generation,” a program of The ASCAP Foundation and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, will showcase the work of four emerging songwriters and composers in a free concert on the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage on Thursday, March 14 and Friday, March 15, 2013 at 6 p.m.  Each show will be streamed live beginning at 6:00 p.m.

Each evening's hour-long program, designed to spotlight the talent of young songwriters and composers, will be hosted by celebrated singer/songwriter and ASCAP member, Larry Groce, host of the NPR radio program Mountain Stage.

To view the live streamed performances and the Q&A with the artists go to:

http://www.kennedy-center.org at 6:00 p.m. and scroll down to Millennium Stage on the right hand side.  Click on:  “Tonight's Free Performance.” My show will start at 6:30pm.

The performances will also be archived on the Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage site for future viewing.

“Songwriters: The Next Generation:” presented by The ASCAP Foundation and made possible by the Bart Howard Estate, is part of the Kennedy Center's free, daily performance series.

In the mean time, dig this video of me, Anton Fier and Chris Morrissey playing Junk Food & Drugs off my latest EP The Thinking Man's Filth...our next gig is May 7th at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2: [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6_IBJbx7As]