Concert at St. John Brebeuf

February is a busy month for me, and I’m happy to have played this week at both the Morton Arboretum and for St. John Brebeuf’s Musica Lumina Series. The Morton Arboretum is a beautiful nature preserve in the west Suburbs of Chicago that has acres of gardens and native Illinois trees and plants. The Ginkgo… Read more »

Great Gig in the Ska-ee

On a rainy day in Oklahoma, I drove across the state to Oklahoma City. with a little stop in Tulsa first. Rt. 66 goes pretty much straight through, so I checked out one of the old halls, Cain’s Ballroom. It looked like a castle on the outside, with one of those great neon signs from… Read more »

Welcome to Miam-ah

After getting back on the road Tuesday, I was ready to see the Ozarks in Missouri. The plan was to stop in to a few places and try out a couple “guerrilla” concerts. Most exciting to me was Jesse James’ hideout the Meramec Caverns. I got off the highway, passed a desolate wax museum, and… Read more »

All Chi'd up in St. Louis

After a late Sunday night concert, I definitely thought I was going to be exhausted Monday for the drive across Illinois. Turns out, getting out on the road and pumping up some Led Zeppelin 3 (favorite song “That’s the Way”) got the adrenaline pumping up more than sufficiently. I ended up driving quickly through the… Read more »

First Blog. Ever!

As I embark on my first solo tour, I’m excited to start my first blog as well! On Sunday, my parents hosted what seems to be becoming an annual Jack Cimo/LA Duo House Concert. I couldn’t have been happier with this kickoff to my two and a half week tour along Route 66. Not only… Read more »