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My EP, 2010-1982 CTD., is now available at bandcamp. A few more tracks from the sessions from my last album, three more original songs and three more 80’s covers. The EP is available for digital download only, so sorry if you prefer a hard copy. I’m just happy that it’s no longer collecting digital dust. Here’s a little video for “City of Champions” taken from the loft a few nights ago. It was -32 outside. Seemed fitting.

Captain Tractor is finally on Facebook, Twitter and Reverbnation. When I remember the login and password I’ll even update our Myspace page. Our new record, FAMOUS LAST WORDS, which is in the final stages of mixing, will be released in the spring of 2011.

Just posted this song from WedLOCKED all over Facebook. It’s not actually a video, just audio in a video format. Hopefully nobody gets too mad…

Recorded the Wheat Pool today. We tracked three songs for a Factor demo. Beds for two of the songs were already on the hard drive and we just had to add drums. The songs are good, and the band is really starting to come together in the studio. I think they are going to make a fine second album. 

Tonight I was going to get back to work on songs for the new show and then, bam! I smashed my head in the ceiling of the basement. No writing tonight. Just Advil.



Amy’s album, The Trees Are Glad To Have You Back, was recorded in the spring and summer of 2006. It was released in November. Amy is a talented songwriter with a unique voice and a really good piano player.


To hear some of Amy’s magnificent album click here.

Nick’s record was the first that we recorded at the Norwood Studio. In fact it was recorded before the studio was finished. In fact, we drywalled (with the help of the band), then loaded in and recorded beds (because the band had to head back to Newfoundland) then loaded out and sanded and painted. Then finished the record. I love it, though, and can’t wait for the next.


To hear some of Nick’s fine album click here.

James Murdoch and I produced Barry’s record. It features Mike Plume and Karla Anderson, not to mention a cast of thousands.


To hear some of Barry’s great album click here.

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  • Saint Aggie’s ’84: GCS Newsbreak April 17, 2012
    Here’s a story on the show that aired in Greensboro today. Advertisements
  • Saint Aggie’s on WFMY News March 31, 2012
    Here’s an interview on KFMY television in North Carolina with Keith Taylor, Saint Aggie’s ’84’s director, and Katie Sessoms who plays Hattie in the show.
  • Adventures in North Carolina March 29, 2012
    Last week I ventured to the state of North Carolina to witness the opening of the premiere of the two-act version of SAINT AGGIE’S ’84 at the Weaver Academy in Greensboro. I flew in on Tuesday night (it was supposed to be Tuesday afternoon – thanks United Airlines) caught the dress rehearsal and watched the […]
  • A photo from another world… February 15, 2012
    Here it is. The first glimpse of the next cast of Saint Aggie’s ’84. Yes, the photo is bit grainy and slightly unclear, reminding me a little of a photo from early space exploration, an early moon probe, transmitted back to earth slowly via radio waves and taking hours to receive, decipher and print. Of […]
  • On Our Way January 25, 2012
    My new EP has on it (among other things) my version of ON OUR WAY from Saint Aggie’s ’84. You can check the song out or download it alone or with the whole EP at bandcamp. ***ALSO*** Watch for progress reports from Greensboro NC, where rehearsals are underway at the Weaver Academy for the debut […]
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