It's day four on my debut tour to NYC, and I must admit, the energy pulsatung this town is blurring my sense of time. Only my second time in Manhattan, and it's easy to see why this city never sleeps. I'm really enjoying the vibe here. The last two days took me to Brooklyn (my first time to the borough), where I played my original "Better Than This" and Amos Lee's "Violin," one of my favorites. Kelso, the venues host for the series, made for a lively evening with his great voice and warm support of all the artists. Last night, I was back in East Village, where I performed a set at the very quaint The Late Late. In all my years playing, I have yet to meet a host so thought-provoking on the bridges of art, music, and the journey of life. The moving commentary before and between performers made for a fond evening in New York City. Around 11pm, I took the stage and performed Amos Lee's "Violin and my original "Better Than This." A special thanks also to my good friend Truett and his family for coming out, and everyone else who listened with grace.