New CD Available for the Holidays
December 17, 2012
I want to wish you a most wonderful holiday season. The band and I have been playing some terrific gigs in Maryland, Virginia and Delaware. Check my calendar to catch up.
The new CD An Evening at Moosehead is available from CD baby (http://cdbaby.com/cd/gregshupe2) and at the best bookstore on Delmarva, Sundial Books on Main Street in Chincoteague (www.sundialbooks.net or 757.336.5825).
For anyone in the lower Delmarva area, check out the Island Coffee House in Chincoteague every 3rd Saturday at the Senior Center on Church Street. It features great music, poetry, improvisational theatre, and more. And all for just $5 which goes directly to the featured performer. A local artist is also featured each month. Another fantastic event sponsored by the Chincoteague Cultural Alliance (www.chincoteagueculturalalliance.org).
July 2, 2012
Our new CD "An Evening at Moosehead" will be released in the next few weeks. It is a collection of some of our favorite songs by some of the best songwriters around. It is essentially a live set of eleven tunes Men With Issues were playing when we recorded it one August night a couple of years ago. We decided recently to release it and since then, have tweaked the original recording with some additional instruments. For the first time I put a harmony track on top of my lead vocal. Check back for updates.
November 4, 2009
Well, it has finally happened. I have left working for the state and have moved to DelMarVa. For those who don't know, that is the peninsula essentially between the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic. I am splitting my time between Milford DE, my official home, and my new digs in Chicoteague VA. Been getting to play a lot of music on the Eastern Shore with some terrific players and am looking forward to getting to spend a lot more time doing music, bicycling, kayaking and reading. Might even get some more of my own tunes finished. Thanks for checking out my website. Hope to see you soon.
June 18, 2007
Just got back from two weeks in the Caribbean listening to a lot of local music--calypso, reggae, soca. I have always had an interest in converting songs to a reggae feel and will be playing around with some of my tunes to see what happens, mon.