March 17th – April 20th Lonesome Traveler
I play “the Poet” in this off-Broadway production about the American folk music revival that took place in New York City in the late 1940’s with Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger and the gang, and continues through iconic performances at Newport in 1963.
Lonesome Traveler @ 59E59 Theatre
Monday April 13th – Pete’s Candy Store, Brooklyn, NY
I’ll be playing this show with Lonesome Traveler co-cast members, Trevor Wheetman, Sylvie Davidson & Jamie Drake. 10pm-12
I’ve been restoring and repairing old guitars since I learned how to work on them at Southside Guitars in Brooklyn, NY. This is a great thing for a guitar player like myself
since I’ve always been very particular about how my guitar plays and sounds.
I get so much satisfaction from giving new life to quality instruments that I’ve decided to offer my repair and restoration skills to the public. So if you live in the Portland, OR. area,
check out my rates.
I also offer guitar lessons at $30 for a 45 min. lesson 971-300-8354
Check out these videos from our upcoming release, Exquisite Corpse.
Matty Charles with Zedekiah Child
Performed at Verkadefabriek’s-Hertogenbosch
February 5, 2013
Cameras and video editing by Wim Voets, LookDeeper.eu
Matty Charles & Zedekiah Child have been working on a record that features both of their songs. It’s expected to be released in Oct/Nov of 2013.
listen to Matty Charles – sunset park
listen to Zedekiah Child – black eye strut
This video really makes me feel inspired and at the same I wonder at the massive disparity of wealth that we see increasing globally at an unprecedented rate. Necessity is certainly the mother of invention and I’m very impressed with what these people have created…
from HAIL! HAIL! ROCK & ROLL directed by Taylor Hackford (1987)
This is an amazingly uncomfortable band practice that had Chuck Berry and Keith Richards fighting for the alpha role just a little bit. First Chuck gets mad that Keith messes with his amp then he proceeds to give Keith a guitar lesson on how to play his part. Pretty funny!
This is an excerpt from a great documentary about Leonard Cohen that was made by the Canadian Broadcasting Company quite a long time ago. It kind of sums up all the reasons that I love and admire the creative intelligence of this profoundly talented artist.
” You know that story about the juggler who practiced his acrobatics and plate balancing in front of the statue of the virgin? ” – LC