I have been asked once again to do an hour-long set at the lovely Weinhard Hotel for their part in Dayton’s Christmas Kickoff celebration.

Let it be said I’m not exceptionally fond of Christmas music — as a musician. (As an individual, many of them remain favorites for the associated memories and nostalgia.) So this year, in keeping with my newfound bardic interests, I’ve decided to mix it up a bit…

My set this coming Saturday will consist of primarily Medieval and Renaissance Christmas carols and Yuletide songs.

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Me, being the generally strange person that I am, dressing up in funny clothes and playing antiquated music. I’m entertaining. Aren’t you intrigued?

Yes, it is ambitous. Especially as many of them are in Latin.

Yes, I may indeed be crazy. Especially since I plan to dress up in historical garb.

Yes, you will want to come see. 😉

Saturday! November 30th! 3 to 4pm in the lobby of the Weinhard Hotel! Don’t miss it! 🙂

I will also have copies of my folk-pop-rock-esque CD, “Let Me Go,” available for purchase should you be looking for a unique Christmas gift.

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