2020 would have been my 20th year of performing! While COVID-19 trashed my performance schedule that year, my goal is now to celebrate 20 years in 2022/23, what do you say? The Kinda Sorta 20th Anniversary Tour! 2023 is rolling with some dates already booked, returning to some old favorite venues and some brand new locations as well.  Have a suggestion for where I could play? I'm open to new opportunities, shoot me a note and sign up for my mailing list if you're so inclined! 

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Storytelling through Song with Joe Pillot and Jim Colbert

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Tempest Studios , 140 Kelly Alley, State College

Come join us for an acoustic performance and the stories behind the songs with two of Central PA's finest acoustic "song tellers." Free admission. Presented by Tempest Productions as part of the 2024 Central PA Theatre & Dance Fest. Special thanks to Happy Valley Adventure Bureau.


CommonWealth: Songs Inspired by the Keystone State with Jim Colbert

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Tempest Studios , 140 Kelly Alley, State College

I've found inspiration in the people, places and events here in my home state for decades now. Join me for an unplugged set of songs inspired by the Keystone State. Expect coal mines, rivers, meth trailers, lost loves, floods and more! Part of Tempest Productions' Central PA Theatre & Dance Fest. Admission free, but donations to Tempest graciously accepted.


Hobby Horse Derby at Calvary Harvest Fields

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Cavary Harvest Fields , Boalsburg

It's like a scaled-down Kentucky Derby with stick horses and no alcohol or gambling. But there will be music!

The event invites teams of up to four to compete in various equine events outside and will also feature an art sale and light refreshments in the large lobby at Calvary. Spectators are welcome to join in the fun (tickets will be $15 at the door). I'll be playing in the auction area, probably several half hour sets.

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