A Novel Idea

Frequently, I’m asked how the idea came about for my debut novel, Welcome to Groove House.  I’ve touched on that in several interviews, and I’ve shared the story with fans who’ve asked me on tour.  So many people have asked since the novel’s release that I figured I’d...

Best Book Tour Ever

My first book tour . . . Twelve years ago when a novel idea was brewing in my brain while on tour overseas, a book tour wasn’t even a wrinkle of thought.  So when the time came and Welcome to Groove House was about to be published, it’s only natural that I’d choose an...

Travel Like a Rock Star!

Travel Like a Rock Star! With the holidays upon us and millions of people traveling this holiday season, I figured it’s a good time to offer up some travel tips.  And so, I asked my four favorite rockers to share their best ones for you.  (I also tucked in my...

The Book of Lies

In the music industry, tour itineraries are often referred to as the book of lies.  That’s usually due to some eager (or lackadaisical) tour manager, who pads the itinerary pages with false information (rather than leaving blank portions) in an effort to route...

The Art Behind the Touring—Part 2

(or, the Art of Hounding) The other day, someone asked me, “What’s the difference between a promoter and a booking agent?”  Booking shows can be a two-part process, with most artists using both an agent and a promoter.  For those who don’t know, a promoter can be as...
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