A NEW Dan Fogelberg Record

Yesterday, I listened to a new Dan Fogelberg record. A new, old one. In case you haven’t heard the news, Dan’s concert at Carnegie Hall, from 1979, is being released as a live record. Even better, it’s a solo-live show. And it’s amazing. I pre-ordered the digital download some weeks ago, and it popped up […]

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Our Living Legacy

As many of you know, Connections started with Dan Fogelberg. At the “core” of what drove us to ever get our crazy band together ten years ago was a chance to play Dan’s music, and to do in a BIG way…with a big band that could recreate some of the lush instrumentation that you’re used […]

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Remembering Dan

Today marks the 6th Anniversary of the death of Dan Fogelberg. To honor him, I’ve uploaded a new mix of the song I wrote in his honor. I won’t wax long about Dan today. Only to say that as each year passes, the gratitude I have for his gift of music grows. Musically, and production-wise, […]

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Near as Breath, Yet Untouchable: Reflections on Fogelberg Weekend

“Sometimes in the night I feel it, Near as my next breath and yet untouchable. Silently, the past comes stealing, Like the taste of some forbidden sweet.”  ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ ∞ A week ago right now, we were rehearsing for that night’s Dan Fogelberg Tribute Show. It […]

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Tell Us What You Thought of the Show/Weekend

It’s late at night, after the Fogelberg Tribute Show in Allen tonight. I’m still exploding with adrenaline and love for how it came out… 1,000 of you came. We raised over $12,000 for the relief of Hurricane Sandy. 80 musicians did our best to honor the musical legacy of Dan Fogelberg. Here’s what I’d like […]

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Fogelberg Weekend

Hope to see many friend at the Fogelberg Weekend, this weekend in Allen! Here a video we made about it too:

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"Love In Time," A Final Gift from Dan Fogelberg

Most of you who know my musical tastes know the hallowed, and unabashed, place that Dan Fogelberg holds in my heart. Dan died far too young. To this day, many times when I’m listening to his music, it’s hard for me to fathom that he’s been gone for almost two years now. And even now, […]

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The Reach

It’s been a strange couple of days filled with life and death. My Treo says that today I’m having lunch with Russ Noland. I plan to be there. I’m having a hard time believing he won’t. In the midst of that sadness, a beautiful story of the beginning of new life and hope. August 13 […]

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Follow Up on Fogelberg

“Death is there to keep us honest, and contantly remind us we are free.” –Dan Fogelberg   I’m feeling a mixture of sadness and embarrassment. It all has to do with what I blogged about Sunday night: the death of Dan Fogelberg.First, I am genuinely surprised with how genuinely sad I still am. After all, […]

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