Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2006 PICS are updated from a week full of music! For starters, there are some great shots from last Friday's gig at The Starving Artist Cafe on City Island. Elliot and Monica are wonderful hosts and I can't wait to get my butt back in there for another gig and some of those chocolate brownies! It's a tiny space but there is a lot of room for love - which was in no shortage that night! Mom, Dad, and an old Jules and the Family friend, Brian, came down from Westchester, as well as Lindsay from Manhattan and John and his family from Queens and the Bronx. City Island is one of NYC's best kept secrets, but I don't know how much longer it will be kept under wraps at this rate! This weekend began with Putnam National on Friday night - a bill I shared with my brother, Chris, and Justin O'Leary. I really enjoy doing the duets with Chris, as he is one outstanding bass player...not to mention he'll get up and sing John Denver after a few pints! Justin was awesome - both covers and originals - particularly his own "Angry" and at this point anything by Dave Matthews. I think we're a good team, and I'm hoping to book more shows we can share. Finally, last night Sculls, my folks, Doc Herman, and I headed into Mt. Kisco for the grand opening of The Golden Apple Coffeehouse at St. Mark's Church, where Hope Machine held its CD release party for their new album "March." The place was jam packed and the music was really something extremely special. At times the whole place (about 50 people!) was singing in perfect harmony. Ok, so check out all those pics, and let me know what you think! Be good, Jules Don't forget about those samples of the new tunes, also on the MUSIC page...

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