Just wanted to say hi. It’s a gorgeous day here in L.A.! Looking forward to The Branford Festival in Connecticut on June 18. Hope to see you there.
Also, we are talking very seriously about another European tour in the fall… I know, I know… “Serious Richard.” We’ll keep you updated as soon as we know anything!
Have a great day/night,
Vonda’s playing a Jobs Not Wars rally/concert this weekend in Los Angeles. Matt Keating, Lili Haydn, Tom Freund, Tim Robbins, Mimi Kennedy, and others are on the bill supporting Marcy Winograd. Read more
It has been a while since I’ve blogged. Been busy! We got home from Europe and had more gigs in the U.S., which have been going so well. We opened for the country music sensation, Sugarland! What fun that was! I’m not a country act, but it seemed to work pretty well. Jennifer and Kristian were wonderful to be around and work with. Read more
Vonda is performing at the 25th Anniversary Art of Compassion gala this weekend in Malibu, Calif. After that, she’s heading out to open some shows for Sugarland in the West and then play some headlining shows in the East. You can find all of the dates over on the Tour page.
We just finished playing at New Morning in Paris! What an incredible evening! This was one of my favorite nights of the tour.
As I signed CDs tonight, two things happened that made me feel a bit bad. Apparently, some of you have requested songs on my Facebook page and website, and I haven’t had a chance to read them lately, as this tour is so demanding. Read more
It’s late, so this will be short, but I must say that our show in Koln (Cologne) was so special and wonderful! We played at a church, where they apparently do poetry readings, so it’s pretty hip.
Before the show, I felt I needed to show a sort of respect for my environment and hold back a bit, but that mindset really didn’t feel right to me, as I believe that we are here on this earth to be our fullest and best selves, so I imagined myself to be in a gospel church somewhere in the deep south where one certainly doesn’t hold back a bit. Read more