Late to Love has been out for just over one month. I’ve had the chance to share the songs live, and the stories behind them, a few times now. I will soon post something of a report on my present status as an artist, and all the complicated questions of branding, secular/sacred identity, and whatnot. In the meantime, a few more generous reviews have come out (find the 19 other reviews here and here):
20. Calah Alexander reviews the CD in “Late to Love and Audio Divina” where she gives it positive marks, despite (or because of) it being “bafflingly unfamiliar territory.”
21. Simcha Fisher interviewed me at the National Catholic Register.
23. The latest Image Update calls my album “that wished-for unicorn—thoughtful and lyrically rich, but also, dare we say, fun. Catchy. Both meditative and danceable.” (More about Image Journal below.)24. Simcha Fisher writes in a more biographical mode about my music and my life at Our Sunday Visitor.
Also, for British Columbia residents, be on the lookout for an article about Late to Love in the BC Catholic paper.
This weekend I’ll be back at St. Joseph the Worker, in Richmond, BC, to sit in with the 1 pm music ministry and bring along the CD’s I somehow forgot last weekend at my concert there (I had a lovely time regardless).
A month into things, we still have a long ways to go to break even. Any and all help you can offer in spreading the word, or buy a physical copy (with original artwork and liner notes) is always appreciated.
If you’re interested in selling copies of Late to Love for retail or at your parish/club fundraiser, contact Wiseblood Records for special (and quite reasonable) bulk order rates (on quantities of 10 or more).