I spent the better part of the fall and early winter holed up in a jam space I rented in Calgary. My band of five years had broken up and I was learning how to go from playing indie rock to folk. It was a lonely process. I was used to being surrounded by constant companions and going at it on your own can be awkward at first. I put in my time and it was a humbling experience. As spring comes closer I will be coming out of my hibernation. I have shows slated in B.C., Alberta and Sask in March and April. I can’t wait to show you what’s been brewing.