SUIII 2013 tour!

7 antwerp - De Singer Rijkevorsel
8 london - Cafe Oto
9 london - Cafe Oto
10 paris - L'Instants Chavires
11 warsaw - Pardon, To Tu
12 vienna - Blue Tomato
13 wiekersheim - ClubW71
14 berlin - Studioboerne 45
15 copenhagen - Jazzhouse
17 oslo - MIR

Survival Unit III - Joe McPhee, Fred Lonberg-Holm, Michael Zerang.
Hope you can make it to one of these!


Late November, early December

Sorry again for the silence.  Plenty going on but...  that's no excuse!  :)
The near future:
29/11 Stavanger - Ny Musikk - Tou Scene - VCDC3
30/11Oslo - Fritt Fall - Vigelands Mausoleum - VCDC3
1/12 Trondheim - Fri Form - Moskus - VCDC3
3/12 Oslo - Blow Out!/Cafe Mir - w/ Party Knüllers (Ståle Liavik Solberg/FLH)
5/12 Amsterdam - OT301 - w/ Jodi Gilbert and then John Dikeman, Gonzo Almeida and George Hadow
6/12 Rotterdam - Poortgebouw - w/ Gonzo Almeida
7/12 to 17/12... Survival Unit III tour!  More details to come...


Very sad news this morning, yesterday, at the age of 94, The great cellist Fred Katz, moved on to another dimension.  Special thanks to Hyman Katz for letting me know.
Most of you who read this know that I have been interested in and a fan of Fred's music for years. From his work with Chicago Hamilton to his solo projects to his work on the early "Word Jazz" and Harpo Marx projects to his film soundtrack and film and TV appearances, to his work as a musicologist he had a huge impact on me and on the music world in general.
Was lucky enough to meet him once.  We talked music (improvised and notated)(we shared love for Emmanuel Feuermann, Anthony Braxton and disdain for Bush and American foreign policy in general).
Anyway,  I just wanted to acknowledge the impact Fred had on my life and publicly say "Thank You Mr. Katz".

a photo of the master and I.  Taken by my friend Eric Bergkvist: