LOMA (Lincoln Open Mike Acoustic) is monthly, on the 2nd Monday (3rd if holiday, closed Jul & Aug), 7 - 10 pm.  Players sign-up there or pre-register at

Location: Lincoln Library's Tarbell room, 3 Bedford Rd, Lincoln, MA (near 5-corner intersection with Trapelo Rd). Admission is FREE.



Oct 17, 2016 (Mon.)  Lincoln, MA - LOMA

I’ll host the LOMA Open Mike, 7 to 10 pm.  Kirsten Maxwell will feature,


Oct 19, 2016 (Wed.)  Cambridge, MA  -Dance Freedom

I’ll be performing songs 8:45 to 9:15 pm during the middle break at this dance event,

Location: First Church Cambridge, 11 Garden St, Cambridge, MA


Nov 14, 2016 (Mon.)  Lincoln, MA - LOMA

I’ll host the LOMA Open Mike, 7 to 10 pm.  Charlie Ortolani  will feature, facebook/charlesortolani


Dec 12, 2016 (Mon.)  Lincoln, MA - LOMA

I’ll host the LOMA Open Mike, 7 to 10 pm.  Jackson Gillman will feature,







Rich’s “Semi-Viral” YouTube videos:

Yellow Rubber Ducks  with 68,500+ views, retells the 10 year journey of 29,000 rubber ducks from the mid-Pacific Ocean to the US Atlantic seaboard via the Arctic sea.

Jetman with 8,000+ views, gives homage to Yves Rossy, who flew across the English Channel and more recently over the Grand Canyon using a jet-pack.


Rich’s recent YouTube videos:

What Bathroom Should I Use bemoans the plight of discriminated minorities due to North Carolina's HB2 bathroom law.

Till You Went Away is a poignant song performed at the SAMW camp in July 2015 with backing from David Surette and Susie Burke.

Donald Duck Umbrella offers a good-natured take on clutter in our lives and homes,

Fukushima commemorates the 3/11/11 calamity there and some bizarre plans to handle the ongoing damage.

Let My People Go humorously recaps of the Exodus story told in 3 short minutes.

Put The Guns Away makes a heart-felt appeal for gun control.


The LOMA open mike was video recorded in January and the first half including my opener can be accessed via the link, .  The second half, starting with the wonderful feature by Fiske & Herrera, is accessible via


Two other of my recent songs (“Geneva Waltz” and “Forgiveness”) are accessible via the URL,  at around minute 40.  That’s Kenny Selcer on guitar and Brent Clark on bass backing me.


You’ll find some fresh “Idioisms” and a fairly new section on “Whimsical Names”.  I get new additions from readers.  Here’s your chance to contribute your favorites.