Write your own caption -- I just like seeing the full band in this wide angle shot taken by my friend John Konstanturos. From left to right: Drew Massicot (piano), Chris Hassett, Dave Pschaida (drums), and Dana Decker (bass).
Getting it together for the next song — Drew, me, Dave, and Dana. It sure was a fun night! And we raised some money for a good cause -- thanks to all of you!
Side by side with my friend Carla Warnock who provided ASL services throughout the concert. Here, we are performing "Another Plate" -- a song about homelessness.
My good friend and talented musician, Don Barrie, helped me out on several songs at the May Concert, including this John Prine classic, "Please Don't Bury Me." Don later added a sweet harmonica line and back-up vocals for my newest song, "Let the Angels In."
"Bring Him Home" from the stage musical Les Miserables is one of my favorite songs to sing in concert.
"Hallelujah" (Leonard Cohen) has become one of my favorite songs. There's a great YouTube video from the concert. Look for it!
Doing my thing.
Smiling over at Carla Warnock -- what a treat to have her on stage for the concert, providing ASL interpretation.
I don't even think it was a high note. Just me pretending I was at Radio City Music Hall.
I know this came at the end of "Let Love Be Your Family" -- my song supporting marriage equality.
"Let the love inside keep us together / Let no one stand alone / Bring Love Home / Bring Love Home."