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John was awarded the Joe Allard Arts Commission earlier this year, which honors local and American artists. It comes with a 1000 Euro prize. He will be heading to the UK in early December 2023 to perform a solo set at the Colchester Arts Centre, which will include new music as part of the commission.
This is the new recording by Reverend Billy & The Stop Shopping Choir, change without us. I'm so grateful and humbled to have been a part of it. This music was created during the pandemic, on rooftops, in parks and on the streets of New York City. We sang them for audiences across the UK on our way to the COP26 Climate Summit in Glasgow with the StopShopping Choir London and recorded them in the depth of winter in upstate NY. It's pay what you can at the choir's bandcamp page.
Check out John's new single, Lead Me Home. Produced and recorded by Travis Tench for OakHillAudio.com - featuring Eric Johnson (drums), Nathan Stevens (bass), and Jessica Wiscovitch, Laura Sisskin, and Travis Tench (backing vocals). Available on all digital platforms, and for purchase at his bandcamp page. Enjoy!
Here are some of the videos from my kitchen I posted to social media during the crisis. More vids available on my Facebook page. #actor #musician #performer
How Deep Is Your Love, by The Bee Gees
The Rain Song, by Jimmy Page & Robert Plant (with BOP (harvey)
For What It's Worth, by Stephen Stills & Buffalo Springfield
The Bed's Too Big Without You, by Sting (with Dan Stechow and Scott Culling remote)
Tempted, by Glen Tilbrook and Chris Difford
A Dream Goes On Forever, by Todd Rundgren
Valerie, by Dave McCabe
Dolphins, by Fred Neil
Cold Your Shoulder, by John Carlin
Lead Me Home, by JC
Songs From The Black House (Firehorse Records)
All songs by John Carlin copyright 2001
"Carlin is one of NYC's better-kept secrets." ~ TimeOutNY
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