I’ll spring a surprise on Captain Noah when he pops into Monday Live on YouTube and FB. Catch this Friday’s livestream–links at murielanderson.com/now
Well, I’m on the road again, but you can still join on youtube.com/murielanderson and my FB page. I’ll also play some stunning clips of Tommy Emmanuel with Rory Hoffman and Jack Pearson, then a moment at the Sweet Chariot Festival, from our acousticsailing YouTube channel.
Monday Live with John McEuen
Thank you! We sold out of in-person tickets for my 30th annual concert and celebration. If you bought online tickets you can watch at any time with the link that was emailed to you. Sat Nov 27, 8pm CST Saturday-After-Thanksgiving Concert
I just arrived at my parents’ house in Illinois, so I’ll stop and play a couple tunes for you.
Relax and enjoy this sun-filled day with us linked at: https://youtu.be/fOoZf24kVsI
We left Cuttyhunk at 7:30 am on a brisk sailing breeze towards Block Island. We were making good time until 6 miles east of Block Island, and as we rounded the back of the island at 2:30 pm we found that we were suddenly against the wind, against the tide and against the waves. We […]
Please join me for Monday Live 7pm EDT on my FB and YouTube channels! Here’s an update from my first mate’s log. While on shore yesterday we made the acquaintance of Dave, an extreme-surfer who invited us for dinner in his catamaran. We were enthralled by his stories of surfing in hurricane Katrina’s 30 foot […]
Yesterday we saw some of the most picturesque of villages, the fishing huts lining the docks in Menemsha. This is the same village that appears in the opening scene of Jaws. The poison ivy growing up the sides of neglected fishing huts don’t take away from the painting-like charm of the community, still actively unloading […]
We stopped at Weepecket Island. Bryan anchored off shore and rowed in as I swam to shore, taking advantage of the warm day and finally a chance for real exercise. When I got to shore we saw many dead seagulls in the beach, and the juvenile ones walking around looked sickly. I remembered last year […]