Tour

Iowa Debuts

Howard will make two Iowa debuts in April when he and the band perform his Basement Tapes Project in Des Moines at the Des Moines Performing Arts Center, and at The Mill in Iowa City (presented by The University of Iowa).

Click the links for tickets and info.

Howard will be talking about the project and the upcoming shows when he appears on KFMG's CULTURE BUZZ on Wednesday, April 8, with host John Busbee. Tune in!

ASHBME in New Hampshire!

On Sunday, July 6, at the Bentley Theater in the Hopkins Center at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire, Howard's theater work-in-progress "A STAR HAS BURNT MY EYE: THE STRANGE CASE OF CONNIE CONVERSE" will have a public outing as part of this year's VOX THEATER FESTIVAL.

The most current iteration of the piece features Howard performing alongside fellow NYC music scenesters Jean Rohe, Charlotte Mundy and Liam Robinson, directed by Sarah Hughes.

Click here for more details!


Residency and Concert at Hotchkiss

Howard will be Artist-in Residence at the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, CT from Febraury 4-8, 2014.

During the residency, Howard will work with students and faculty in a variety of classes, talks and workshops, drawing from his experience and work as a songwriter, playwright, theater scholar, composer for stage and film, musical interpreter, performing artist and stage director.

The week will culminate on Saturday evening, February 8, with a performance in Katherine M. Elfers Hall, where Howard will be joined by his band, including Kenny Bentley (sousaphone), Scott Barkan (electric guitar), Mark Williams (trombone) and Moses Patrou (drums).  Admission to the concert is free, but donations will be collected to benefit the Little Guild of St. Frances, a no-kill animal shelter in West Cornwall, CT.

For more details, click here.

The "BASEMENT TAPES" PROJECT Goes to Erie

Howard and the band recently performed a one-night-only version of the "Basement Tapes" Project at Mercyhurst Institute in Erie, PA.

Read about the show in the ERIE READER (where it made the top of the paper's "TO DO" list") and in the ERIE TIMES NEWS.

Go onto Facebook to see a shot of the band hanging out backstage. That's Mazz Swift, Jeremy "Bean" Clemons, Howard, and Scott Barkan standing (L to R), and our man Nathan Peck sitting down after a long day.