The Dream Journal – February 2020


Yes, it’s true. We spent some time farther south to escape a bit of the New England winter, but we will soon be back where the snow falls, and look forward to sharing our music with you in the near future.

Given that the weather in February is not always conducive to going out, we figured we should have a concert where you don’t have to shovel the driveway or put on a parka to attend. Join us online at 8pm Eastern time on Wednesday, February 19th with a Facebook Live concert. You can snuggle up on the couch with a warm blanket and a cup of hot cocoa, and we’ll sing away your winter blues! Just point your browser at and you’ll find the event there. Can’t make it at that time? It will be available afterward at the same place for your listening and viewing pleasure.

While we’re out on the road, the Serendipity Songwriter Showcase is still going on. Join host Beth DeSombre at the Serendipity Cafe in Maynard, MA on Wednesday, February 12th. Beth is joined this month by guest songwriters Peter Lehndorff and Mark Stepakoff. The theme for this month’s songwriters, as chosen by the December audience, is “Who is left to witness?”. Stop in for dinner, a hot beverage, delicious baked goods, and lots of great original songs. You can help choose the songwriting theme for the March songwriters, too. The music runs 7:30-9:30pm.
In honor of Valentines Day, we offer you a little love song. The theme for this one was “Road Trips”, but we already have several road songs. So Dan had a little fun with the theme. Enjoy “There For You”!

During the month of January, our new album, Then and Now, has been getting a bunch of radio air play across the country. If you have a favorite local (or not so local) folk radio DJ, feel free to let them know you’d like to hear one of our songs on their show. If you hear one, let us know!

We’re always interested in learning about local venues you think might like to feature our music. Whether it’s a cafe, coffeehouse, library, or other listening room, drop us a note with information on where it’s located, what sort of place it is, and any contact information you may have. Don’t have a local venue but do have a reasonable sized living room? You could host a house concert! It can be as simple as inviting over a bunch of friends and setting up some folding chairs. Interested? Or just curious about what’s involved? Let’s talk.

Our albums Then and Now, Seeking and Simple Grace are available from us at our shows, on our website, or you can find them at CD Baby, iTunes and most other online music stores.

As always, you can find additional schedule information on our website. For more frequent news updates and information, check out our Facebook fan page and follow us on Twitter (@danandfaith).

Nothing cures cabin fever quite like going out to hear live local music!

Dan & Faith