It’s been almost a year since Logic and the Heart was released. Almost. September 15 will be the anniversary, and yet it seems like it was only a few months ago. When I ordered the first batch of CDs I had no idea how many copies would sell. Thanks to all of you it’s doing very well – better than I ever imagined. And it’s almost time to start working on the next one.
Over the past year I’ve had some good stuff happen. Most of it happens because I really work hard to make stuff happen, but some of this is the result of good people getting behind a great project. One of the most important factors in getting the album out to the world is college and community public radio, and internet radio.
[Full disclosure: I really like public radio. I hate commercial radio. I’m ambivalent toward internet radio.]
Back on point, I’ve been fortunate to have these stations supporting Logic and the Heart: myruralradio.com, folkalley.com, WBJB (Brookdale Community College), WLVR (Lehigh University), WBZH – The Buzz (Pottstown, PA), WVIA (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, PA), WDIY (Allentown, PA), and WXLV (Lehigh Carbon Community College). It’s possible that there are more, but either I don’t know about them yet, or my memory is slipping and I’ve forgotten about them.
I’ve done some good interviews, with real nice radio folks – Mike Holliday on WBZH’s Notes from Home, George Graham on WVIA’s Homegrown Music, Mike Space on WDIY’s Live from Godfrey Daniels. and most recently, Tiffany Bentley on WDIY’s The Blend. Here’s a link to that one. Enjoy.