This is kind of sweet serendipitous news — as the first week of the Kerrville Folk Festival begins, my song, “Season of Love,” written in celebration of some of the great fun I’ve had there will be featured on “The Art of Song” radio show from 5/25–5/31. The one-hour public radio program “explores universal truths common to all creative expression” and is heard on over 150 stations across North America. This came about through my being asked to join this wonderfully unique streaming service called the Standing “O” Project which was created by the founders of the radio show to showcase musicians and make sure that we get paid for our efforts! You can stream on demand like Spotify or radio style like Pandora, and your membership fees are split 50/50 with the artists. Please join me there, Jason Luckett page, stream the episode from the Standing “O” Project, or find out where it’s playing on your terrestrial radio station!
All this seems really special to me as last weekend I did a lovely performance/presentation at a desert retreat for the LA Writers Group. I’ve been pretty holed up in my little writers studio in Laurel Canyon, looking for new sounds to share. And to tie it all back to “Season of Love,” Kerrville and the Art of Song, I noticed that Laurel Canyon legend David Crosby (whom I met several years ago in Pasadena, not the Canyon) is playing the folk festival! I hate that I’m missing that, but that’s pretty cool!