Check it! A splendid write-up of Sunday’s Ellis Paul performance in today’s Monterey County Weekly where Ellis talks about hanging with Pete Seeger!!
“Like Seeger, Paul strives to write songs that are more than just songs. They’re open-ended questions, ideas and challenges.
“I want to be known as someone who helped deconstruct the world a bit to see a little clearer,” he says.
Take the title track off The Day After Everything Changed, a John Prine-Steve Earle conglomeration about Wabi Sabi – a comprehensive Japanese aesthetic centered on the acceptance of imperfection, dressed with images of decay: “Leaves they fall a clock is turning on the wall colors change.”
Click the link for the whole thing!
And click here for tickets ($20 in advance; $25 at door.)