Author Archives: Eric Johnsen

ALSO…

We’ll be launching an on-line funding campaign to start the new year, so stay tuned for the details, and please pass it on! Peace.

Trip to New York

Traveled to NYC over Thanksgiving weekend. Met with musicians, heard Glenn Zaleski and Daniel Dor (and others) play their asses off, checked out studios, and got a taste of the scene I’ll be recording in next year. (Many thanks to Steven Zevin — “The Singing CPA” — for letting me use his extra apartment during […]

Where the North Wind Woodrows…

Recently (well, sort of recently) I worked again with the multi-talented Gus Woodrow. This time he recorded a guitar track for my demo recording of Where the North Wind Blows (part of what will be the Liminality project). Gus always puts the music first, driven by his tireless pursuit of artistic excellence. My kind of […]

With support like this, how can I go wrong?

  Wanted to express my sincere appreciation for some local cats who’ve been helping me get my parts – and my act — together. String players Jim Carrer, Joseph Pagan, and Michael Fan have been invaluable in helping me with the string parts. Christine Boone gave me great advice about the harp, as did Gus […]

Working with Marty Khan

I’m excited to be working with Marty Khan as my consultant. A 40-year veteran of the music business – with an emphasis on realizing artistic visions through practical strategies — Marty is a wealth of information. His book Straight Ahead gives invaluable perspective and advice about how a guy like me can ultimately achieve my […]

Back to posting (Has it been THIS long???)

Well I realize it’s been a LONG time since I’ve posted anything here….Life has a way of going by faster and faster. But my lack of posting in no way reflects a lack of activity regarding the Liminality project. So with your indulgence, I’ll be posting more to catch people up on the last few […]

Working with Marty Khan

  I’m excited to be working with Marty Khan as my consultant. A 40-year veteran of the music business – with an emphasis on realizing artistic visions through practical business strategies — Marty is a wealth of information. His book Straight Ahead gives invaluable perspective and advice about how a guy like me can ultimately […]

Just gave my website a makeover!

Thanks to the skills of David Nevins Web Development (www.dnwdev.com), my website (originally created by the talented and patient Charles Zoll) has been upgraded – mainly replacing the Sound Cloud files with an audio player. Big step up, since the music always comes first. Give it a test drive when you get a chance, and […]

I’ve gone public! (Kind of.)

That’s right: For the sole purpose of publicizing my Liminality project (or more accurately, project to be), I am casting my profound reticence aside, breathing deeply, and announcing my recent plunge into Facebook. OK, for many, not such a newsworthy development, but to know me is to know otherwise. So I humbly invite you to […]