We’re doing this. So don’t miss it. LIVE MUSIC at Spuntino Brick Oven Restaurant & Bar, by Glen Roethel…A guy with a guitar, a voice, ukulele and lots and lots and lots of songs! Spuntino Brick Oven […]
I know there have been a lot of nervous comments thrown around about heading for Canada if things get too weird here in the US, but I have it on good authority that the Canadians […]
Every now and then it makes sense to shake things up. Just a little. You know, like when you first pull the orange juice out of the fridge – it’s soooo much more delicious when you’ve […]
Don’t miss this fun “live music/tracks/conversation” format show with DJ Bob Sherman. Also appearing, Adam Hart (http://www.adamhartmusic.com).
Glen Roethel, a Posi (positive) Music Artist, performs his song “Rainbow” live, bringing thoughts of “acceptance-not-tolerance” to the first-ever Woodstock Peace Festival, Bearsville Theater, Woodstock, New York, on September 27, 2015. “Rainbow” is a favorite song […]
I couldn’t be more proud. My song “Together” has been nominated alongside “House of the Soul’s Belonging” by JD Martin/Marcy Baruch/Jan Garrett and “Joy In Our Hearts” by Karen Drucker/JD Martin in the Uniting category. […]
On Friday, October 10, 2014 I’ll be playing a few songs with David Roth at Garden Stage. One of those songs will be a new one that David and I wrote together in Arizona two weeks ago. I have played at Garden Stage many times – and oft have thought of it as a home-base – but it’s been a while, so I really look forward to a big reunion! Let me tell you why this concert is so important to me…
These are the children who drew the images for Children Speak: Tsunami Exhibition at the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library, Dec 18, 2006 – Feb 18, 2007.
This is a beautiful tribute to the strength of the human spirit and the hopeful resilience of children. They really can spring back if given support, love, and even just a little spark of hope. Kudos to Arlene Atherton, the thoughtful photojournalist who created this beautiful collection and brought it back for all of us who were horrified by the plight of our brothers and sisters overseas after the tsunami. And I’m honored that she chose, among others, my song, “Namaste'” to support the video and the exhibit.