Big news just in this morning: the secret is out on my recently completed soundtrack/score project and the nearly finished products’s website is now up for previewing! Take a look & a listen here: Meanwhile, the storm has passed, the flooding has subsided, the sea has calmed, and the sun is shining over Caribe Sur again! So you don’t need to be scared off by those photos in the news of water drenched villages if you were planning a trip to this area soon. The media coverage has definitely had an impact on the tourism here, with the town much quieter than usual this week, but the washed out bridge into town has been replaced with a very adequate temporary one while the new one is being installed this week, and the weather has stabilized, with the immediate forecast looking quite good. I’m continuing my weekly Saturday night solo gig at Que Rico Papito! at Costa de Papito hotel in Cocles, while planning for the official performance debut of my Rumi songs project, which will feature Spanish lyric translations done by a very charming performing poet amiga from Columbia. A special New Year’s Eve show is also scheduled at Salsa Brava Restaurant with keyboardist/vocalist Jim MacDougall and his trio. In the meantime, I'll have more samples from the INSIDER’S LIMON score to offer on the MUSIC page soon (there are already a couple there for listening now) and I hope to see you out there on our beach sometime this winter.

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