Travel & Leisure Re-Released for Record Store Day


I grew up in the Record Cellar.  I discovered most of the bands who influence me as the result of Pat Todd and Rick Patterson tipping me off to the Jam and the Clash among many others.  I can’t tell you how thrilled I am that you can find my CD in that store.  And now, there’ll be two!   Travel & Leisure was the prequel to this year’s Point to the Horizon and it is my best seller online.  So, we all figured why not make some CDs for Record Store Day?

There are some hidden tracks on the Re-Release that are only available on the physical copy.  We found some live tracks from the last couple of years, one of which was recorded by an audience member at the Elbo Room in Chicago that showed up in an anonymous email!

Bassist of the Gods, Eric Lee will be joining me for a couple of half hour sets starting at noon.  We will have both Point to the Horizon and Travel & Leisure for sale.    Plus,  we will be offering them as a package for only $10!

Then, that night Eric and I will be joined by the amazing Ray Major at the funky and wonderful Bokeh Lounge at 9:30pm in Evansville.  It’s a Re-Release Party!!   See you there!!!


Brick is Doing a Weekend Residency with Ray Major


Brick will be performing in Evansville, Indiana on March 28 and 29 at Bokeh Lounge.  Matt Sullivan opens both evening.

Brick and Ray will be joined onstage by bassist Eric “Big Sexy” Lee.  Matt Sullivan will join them onstage as well.

Ray Major is a multi-instrumentalist who will be focusing on violin and harmonica for these shows.  He will add Banjo as well to the repertoire for an upcoming recording he and Brick are planning for May.

This show is a kick-off for a string of Brick’s Solo/Duo/Trio shows this summer.

Brick with Ray Major

Brick with Ray Major


Video from Local 7 Lifestyles TV Show

We played on a morning show in Evansville/Henderson.  Here is the video… there’s an ad that kind of doesn’t do anything at the beginning…


Brick also joined meteorologist Ron Rhodes for a little fun.   You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows when there’s funky fruit involved.