So I’m going on tour and the first show is in about a month and a half.
I’ve planned this tour all by myself, and I couldn’t be more proud, or more excited. Sometimes you’ve just gotta own it.
There’s no such thing as a long-term smooth sail. Soon enough there’s bound to be problems, last minute issues, things you forgot to remember, and the usual people who take forever to get back to you.
And it’s always in the stormiest of waters that I’m at the lowest of the lows.
The captain is the one the whole ship crew’s relying on, and when the crew is nowhere to be found it’s all about finding the worth in saying things like I gotta do this for me. I’m sailing my very own ship, and there’s no one who cares about it as much as I do, and I’ve got to get through this storm without getting anyone hurt, even if it feels like I’m all alone on this boat.
From the Water to the Moon into the Songs, I’ve finally connected with the shape of this new record who chose me as its vessel. There’s a lot of music out there now, and a musician with the World of Sonic Creation at his/her feet can easily get lost in all that could be done.
Listen to your heart and the Life of the Fingers, because they know where to go yes indeed.
Sometimes I should remember things I’ve said to the Guides, like My piano is the only creature that’s never hurt me; it’s always been there, and it’s always made me feel good about who I am.
The piano. The piano the piano the piano.
So I’m writing for the piano. And for me.
And there are more and more sister-songs emerging, and I’ll be playing them on tour.
Because I’m going on tour, and it’s going to be, as it already is, a fabulous adventure. And I can’t wait.