Tip of the Week: David Wilcox explains his simple technique for making it easier to travel with guitar and luggage.
David Wilcox talks about the new John Mayer CD - an interesting review from the perspective of another songwriter.
The lake hole - where does it go? Do we want to know?
: a tumblr blog : a Thursday Tip of the week: David talks about being as real as you can be….. : a Thursday, May 3, 2012
Thursday Tip of the week: David talks about being as real as you can be…..
When you’re on tour, it can get difficult to maintain what David calls your “sanity chops.” Amidst foreign surroundings and strip-mall hotels, its can all get repetitive and depressing. David shares what he has learned that can help you overcome the dolldrums of those less-than-precious pitstops on tour.
David talks about how to schedule your travel/tour plans to ensure minimal loss of sanity. Plan a travel day! And neti pots… ew. For more tips, visit:http://www.facebook.com/davidwilcoxmusic
David Wilcox Tip of the Week: Make Dosa!
David once again takes to the kitchen to demonstrate his culinary cleverness in his weekly tip. Dosa is a super healthy, fermented crepe that originated in indian cuisine. David shares his favorite recipe and techniques. Get on the dosa train!
David Wilcox recaps his spring 2012 California tour.
I’m seeing everyone smile on the city sidewalks. We are all pretty ecstatic about the weather. This is like vacation weather. It’s a little taste of spring inside late winter. Even if it snows again and we have to wait through the cold for the second spring this year, we’ll remember this time as a glimpse of the promise of summer. I am looking up at the budding trees and the beautiful glazed terra-cotta art deco architecture, and I feel like I belong because I get to play music tonight.
It is so cool to have a reason to be here. I have work to do here. I can encourage people to do their healing and reclaim their hearts from the pain of whatever they have been through. I can push for making the world a more alive and awake place.
Of course that’s an impossible goal, as it should be. Maybe the world won’t budge, but any good life purpose should be impossible. That makes for job security.