Here’s a really nice shot from our Christmas Presence show at Bottega Farm Inn Kelowna.
Photo used by permission of Darren Hull Photography (all rights reserved).
For more great shots visit bo.ttega.com
This past weekend was so much fun! Our shows in Kelowna and Penticton were completely sold out and we had such a great time performing before really appreciative audiences.
The last chance to catch Our Christmas Presence show is on Sunday evening at 7pm at Trinity Baptist Kelowna. Admission is by Donation.
The concert will again feature Andrew Smith, Norm Strauss, Kim McMechan, Brian Wiebe and myself.
Christmas Shows and Bottega Farm Inn, Kelowna and Penticton Vineyard are both sold out. We will also do the show at Trinity Baptist, Kelowna (springfield road) on Sunday 18th at 7pm.
Admission is by donation.
Thanks so much for dropping by the brand new site. We have been busy revamping everything and are happy to go with a different and hopefully more interactive format. I hope to use the space as more of a blog as well as a place where people can find out what I am working on and of course where to get my music. Once we get the content all up and running I will begin to share some thoughts and ideas about stuff that interests me. Please fell free to connect via the site or through face book and Twitter. Thanks again for your interest in what I am up to.
If you know me then you will know that I love to piss around and have a good laugh, you will also know that I love to contemplate more serious things as well. One of the ways I have learnt how to cope with some of the bewildering things that life throws at me is to laugh at them. This however doesn’t mean that I dont actually think deeply about them. I have been thinking about writing a more serious blog about such things in the hope that it can be cathartic for me and also so that people who are interested in an on line dialogue can enter in to that with me. I have decided to do it here because it takes a deliberate effort to find this blog rather than on facebook which is open to anyone and I dont know if I want anyone to see this if you know what I mean. I have been involved with a couple of online discussions in the past and they have sometimes become a bit agressive or dare I say it narrow and I am not really interested in that kind of approach to discussion.
So with this in mind my first posting will be some inconclusive thoughts about how gnosticism (A heresy dating back to the first 25 years of the church’s formation) effects how Christian artists are permitted to express themselves in most churches today. I will put the finishing touches to my 1st draft soon and post it up here to see how it goes down.
I welcome your constructive input.