I'll see you at the show.

Saturday, April 26, 2014 at 1pm I'll be at Everyday Joe's in Old Town Fort Collins performing songs from the Green Radventures.

It's for FoCoMX! They even gave me my own page on their site.

Hooray! I'm so excited for an Old Town gig, and just in time for Earth Day.

By the way, I am giving the kids story book apps away in honor of this wonderful week of Earth Day.

My book, Stranded in a Snowstorm, hits stores in November 2014.

I'm planning on using a version of the show I'll do on Saturday for other book related appearances. It's very exciting to work on something that will be an extremely entertaining experience that also has a strong social purpose. Our stories, songs, and other offerings teach simple lessons of sustainability and green living, because we believe in the power that art has to move us forward toward a great solution for all when it comes to the way we interact with our planet.

For every story I've written, I have also written a song. Some stories have two. These songs are what make up a lot of my performances. The rest might include you, because I love bringing in the audience.

If you haven't gotten a bracelet for FoCoMX, you can find them here, and they have plenty of chances for you to win free tickets. If you missed the volunteer sign up, stay on their mailing list for next year.

My performance helps put the 'multi' in multi-media experience, which is what I hope to accomplish with the Green Radventures. I wanted the project to come to life in every form; in apps, songs, videos, websites, audiobook, ebook, and hardcover books as well as the other aspect that can never be replicated--the live, face to face experience.

Connecting with an audience offers such an incredible opportunity, and I love involving the kids that come to my shows. It's always a joy when enthusiasm fills the room.

I encourage you to buy tickets for FoCoMX. It is an incredible event. Plus, it is helping in a big way to garner the national attention that our region has enjoyed over the last stretch of years. Pop in to my performance, then make plans to see more music in one of any of the dozens of venues hosting music until the wee, wee hours.