Luciar: Feeling A Little Emo. Signed CD Available in the Shop :: Available digitally on Amazon & iTunes Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Finishing up that songwriting challenge…Week 1 of 5

Fulfilling my personal promise to complete a song-a-week project I was involved with in 2013, I’m writing a song a week for the next 5 weeks. This is week #1, with the prompt: BROTHER.

I wrote this song about a man who’s at my local train stop here in Brooklyn. He’s most peculiar. It’s another quirky tune, so the piano part and melody are similarly light-hearted.

Man on the Mezzanine

We see his bags we feel his trace
We see the wisdom in his face
He nods his head and waves hello
As we go past and we’re on the go

When we’re whining about our days
He’ll remind us it ain’t all gray

He’s the man on the mezzanine
No need to understand why he does the things we see
He’s a greeter, a receiver
He’s the man on the mezzanine

He reads the news using his head
He’ll use the paper as his bed
He meditates and does tai chi
Knows how to channel energy

And when we’re rushing he’ll slow us down
And remind us that breathing is what life’s all about

Interview on BudaRest with Jax & Bud!

I had a fun time doing this interview with Jax Resto and Bud Buckley. It will be airing again Today (July 10) at 6pm, Friday, July 11th at 9pm, and Saturday, July 12th at noon:

I’ll post the archive link when it’s up. Catch one of these airdates if you can!

Happy Release Day! Pockets Full of Joy is here

Are you ready for some joy? Pockets Full of Joy is here!

This summer album will bring ukuleles and smiles to your day. You can stream Pockets Full of Joy in its entirety today only at, and purchase a copy for download.

Pockets Full of Joy is also available on and iTunes, and many of your favorite digital music stores.

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UPDATE: With a mission to #SpreadJoy Pockets Full of Joy will stream indefinitely. Pass it on.

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