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Wednesday, November 30, 2016

**Shvitz added!** at CD Release Party

@ Banya 5
Monday January 16, 2017 (MLK Day)
7pm -10pm
We are excited to perform at Banya 5 this coming Monday- MLK Day. We have a new treat: We are going to be able to shvitz in the Spa before the party. If you are out in the woods and it is dark and cold come by at 6 for a one hour opening and don't forget to bring your bathing suit and BYOB for the party upstairs at 7pm and music at 8 with closing at 10pm.

Free parking in Banya 5 parking lot. 
Come in the door to the left of the front entrance/ up the stairs. Invite your friends. 
Join us for an early evening on this MLK day.

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

This song refers to the time that I was living in NYC on Clinton street in the Lower East Side in the 1980's riding my moped around. The video reflects an older El Grande, safely ensconced in middle age, cruising up Vancouver Island with my best friends from high school, Peter Newton (who shot the footage) and Bob Leversee who shot the opening segment.
This is a track off of the new album "Campfire Heresy" which will be available before thanksgiving. I will also announce our CD release party once the CD is complete.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Technology and the Production of Meaning

Technology and the Production of Meaning

"By providing a taxonomy of technology based on the relationship of our body-minds to technology I hope to provide the vocabulary for a discussion on how we interact with technology.  Particularly I want to deal with the question of what it means to be technologically sane"

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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

This is the latest video from my new album "Preaching to the Choir".  I shot this with my friend David Moore in LA.  It took us four days to shoot and edit.  The song takes place during my trip to Israel in 2013 while visiting a fort on the Golan Heights overlooking an agricultural valley in Syria.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Conor Byrne Show in August.   It felt like we took the music to another level and heard reports of a few tears in the audience.  Thanks to everyone who came out.  Stay tuned and we'll let you know about future shows.