Monday March 23, 2020 - Being Social 

I’m missing people and missing contact.  We all are.  That’s the toughest thing so far for me about this virus and staying home.  I really felt it this morning on my walk with our dog Beau. The neighbor dogs come to their fences to greet us, and with social distancing we don’t even get to exchange sniffs and rubs with them.  I saw a demonstration on a video with a black light how bacteria and viruses can even be transferred to and from a pet when you pet them.  It rips their hearts out and mine too.  I always say how we are all one, and without physical contact it really messes up the emotions that go along with that knowledge of oneness.  My heart knows, but it feels differently than my brain.  I have to feel this in my brain too.  And with so much worry hanging over our heads we really need a hug.  I’ve proposed to friends that whenever they need a hug they should hug themselves while I hug myself.  It’s not the same, but at least we each get a hug out of it.  And this won’t be over tomorrow or the next day.  So many folks have encouraged us to reach out via phone and video to each other as much as we can.  I’ve been trying to do that as much as possible.  I urge you to do the same.  Technology can help us stay in touch if we can figure it out. 😉 So settle in and reach out as much as you can.  I’ll be thinking of you and reaching out, and you can do the same.  I know I’m not making a lot of sense this week, but I’m struggling with how to deal with this too - knowing that in the end it will all be okay and we’ll all understand. 

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What have I been up to? 

Sunday morning I released the first video of several songs I have written in the last year or so that are related to my blog posts.  I’m trying to give what I can to help people cope with all that is going on.  These are songs I performed at Cuchara Chapel for my monthly appearances there.  They are on my Facebook pages and my YouTube channel.  The first song is called “Every Morning.”  It lets us know us that every morning we can decide how we will face the day. 

https://www.facebook.com/TomMunchFans/ 

https://www.youtube.com/user/TomMunch 

Last Sunday was a mostly-request show on Facebook with folks I know from all kinds of places tuning in and sharing words of encouragement as we forgot our troubles for a while. 

I was also able to play for folks at one of my senior facilities over Facebook last week too.  Most of my facilities have required folks to be confined to their rooms, so I haven’t been able to play for them.  I know they could use the music, but for the time-being we’ll have to make due however we can.  I’ve let them know that I’m available to be one-on-one over video for any resident if it would help.  I want to help. 

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What’s up this week? 

Sunday 7-8:15 mountain time I’ll do another Facebook Live concert.  I plan to do these as long as we are dealing with the virus.  I enjoy getting to sing for you all, and folks say it really helps them get through the days.  Please tune in if you can. 

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That’s it for this week.  Take care of yourself.  Stay at home.  Reach out to all you can.  Meditate and pray.  Try to stay informed, but remember love is the most important thing in all the universe. 

Best always, 

Tom 

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Details this week: 

Who:  Tom Munch 
What:  playing and singing a concert from my home 
Where:  online at facebook.com/tom.munch 
When:  Sunday, March 29, 7-8:15 pm mountain time

Monday, March 16, 2020 - Conflicting Thoughts  

I’ve been in deep contemplation as most us have been about all the things surrounding COVID-19. Every upheaval in our world opens possibility for all kinds of reactions - anger, sorrow, reflection, giving, sacrifice, love, loss, and so much more. Things can fall apart quickly if we let them, but we can also come together in strength and love. We can seize this time and decide we can do this. I know this situation is different because we’re isolated physically, but we have ways of communicating that are very powerful. We have become divisive and quarrelsome in the last few years, but if we follow our better angels and look for our common needs and oneness we can come out of this crisis better than when we entered it. Look for ways to encourage and help each other - especially those who are different than us. Give of yourself and try to leave each day and each interaction better than you found it. Be open and ready to encourage and contribute. We can do all of this even when isolated by communicating with each other in the many ways we have available today. Finally, we can use this opportunity to better ourselves - read, spend time in thought, learn a new skill, do a project, take a walk, write a journal, call or write a friend or family member, volunteer your time, reach out to those who lead with encouragement. We can make our world a better place. Every challenge comes with opportunity. Look for it and embrace it.  

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What have I been up to? 

Last Monday I was in the studio finishing the tracks for my old country album. All that’s left is mixing, mastering, and laying out the artwork.  

During the week many of my senior facilities were canceled, but I was still able to do a couple, and I also set up my office so I can do online shows easily for my seniors, and I did the first one on Friday. It was very well received, and it brought a lot of joy to folks who have been cooped up and in need of some encouragement.  

Saturday I did my last concert in person in Florence at the Bell Tower to an appreciative crowd. They limited the audience and suggested people maintain social distancing and use good hygiene. The step dancers did a wonderful job, and I enjoyed my part immensely as well.  

Sunday I did an impromptu Irish concert on Facebook Live to forget our troubles and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. It was really fun, and so many people tuned in. I’ve decided to do Sunday night concerts each week until the virus is over.  

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What am I up to this week? 

I’ll be trying to do as many online shows for my facilities as I can. Where they are confining the residents to their rooms I’ll work with the staff to sing from room to room on a phone or tablet. This is important work to let these folks know they are loved and not forgotten.  

Sunday night I’ll do another Facebook Live Concert at 7:00 mountain time. Please time in if you can. facebook.com/tom.munch  

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That’s it for this week. I hope you are doing okay and staying positive as much as you can. I know my ideas above are simple and may seem idealistic to some, but I believe we are really all one in the end, and I will do what I can to encourage and spread love wherever I can.  

Best always, 

Tom 

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Details this week: 

Who:  Tom Munch 
What:  playing and singing a concert from my living room 
Where:  online at facebook.com/tom.munch 
When:  Sunday, March 22, 7-8:15 pm MST

Monday, March 9, 2020 - Panicking 

I’m writing this week for myself as much as for anyone else. With all the confusion and angst around the virus outbreak it’s easy to not know how to feel and not know how to deal with it personally. If you have read my blog you know how I always feel that everything will be okay. Well, this time it has me shaken up a bit beyond my usual calm. I’m not sure whether it’s because I know it will affect those I care about and who are not as calm, or whether it is because it has me scrambling a bit to know how to best use my music during this time. First, I do not fear for my own outcome. Yes, if I disappeared from human form I would leave some unfinished things that I’d like to finish and some holes I’d like to have filled, but I think I know my purpose so far and my place in the universe. So back to those two points I mentioned. I know that some folks I love are fearful for the next few months. I won’t say that the biggest thing we have to fear is fear itself because it’s possible that some folks could really suffer some loss and could have some heartache. It’s not a light thing. It takes deep thought and real soul-searching to deal with existential realities. That’s part of what we’re here for - it’s not supposed to just be easy. But realizations about our place in the universe and our relationship to life, death, eternity, and each other are priceless lessons. It’s okay to go through them and to come out the other side with real change and growth. Remember that love is the most important thing. Back to the second thing above, I may not be out and playing for folks as much over the next few months - especially my senior facilities where they are more vulnerable and don’t need to have a lot of folks coming and going and exposing them to all kinds of new germs. But even the nicest place can feel like a prison if we don’t have freedom and beautiful experiences to enrich and encourage us. Music does that in very meaningful ways, so I’m trying to figure out different ways I can provide music remotely through online broadcasts or pre-recorded concerts. It’s a fun challenge that I’ve already tried and enjoyed through my online concerts over the past few years. I’ll let you know how this progresses. And how about you? Are you finding that you are not quite sure how to deal with the angst over this moment in our world? Everything is an opportunity for growth if we keep love at the forefront and temper our fears.  

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What have I been up to? 

Last Friday I had a beautiful night at Bistoro. Between old friends and new faces it was just very special. I did a bunch of Irish tunes as well as a variety of other songs, and people were even clapping and singing along. I can’t wait ‘til the next time! 

Sunday morning I was at Cuchara Chapel, and the song leading, instrumental noodling, and special-song singing went swimmingly. I sang a new song I wrote about giving and the flow of love that springs forth from us when we give.  

Sunday afternoon was playing and singing with my friend Don Richmond at a benefit for our good friend Johnny Watson who suffered a stroke in January. Johnny was there and looked and sounded very good considering what he’s been through. Don and I sang some songs we’ve written including the new one I released “Part of All” and some old favorites that we’ve sung with Johnny in the past.  

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What’s up this week? 

Saturday 7-9 I’m playing the second half of the Celtic concert at the Bell Tower Cultural Center in Florence after the step dancers impress us with their brilliant traditional dances. I’ve really enjoyed playing for this annual concert for several years now, and it lets me celebrate the Irish spirit with some touching and rambunctious tunes. It’s always a blast! Come on out if you can.  

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That’s it for this week. I hope you’re dealing with the concerns over this virus in your own meaningful way. Angst can be a great teacher if we understand it with love.  

Best,  

Tom 

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Details this week: 

Who: Tom Munch 
What: playing for a Celtic Concert in Florence, CO 
Where: Bell Tower Cultural Center, 201 East Second Street, 719-784-2038 
When: Saturday, March 14, 7-9 pm

Monday, March 2, 2020 - Giving 

I’m in contemplation mode again this morning. I’m writing a song for chapel this Sunday, and I’m thinking about the topic of giving and how it affects our lives. I’ve written about this before. We are beings who are meant to be part of the flow of life. When love flows through us we are fulfilled and beneficial to everyone around us. Often that love is expressed through giving - especially of ourselves and our time. We can’t know this until we are actually in the act of giving. And it is karmic, but that’s not the reason for doing it. I think that instead of receiving externally after we give, we actually draw on the well that flows and grows inside us with the giving. I often use the analogy of priming the pump, and I think it is actually that - the more we love and give the more we have within ourselves to love and give. So instead of giving because you expect something in return, give because it opens you up to joy and more giving from within. You see, I think we actually draw our strength from the flow of energy from our perception of God, the universe, or the field of spirit that we all share and are part of. It’s a great reservoir of consciousness that we are all part of unawares. The act of loving and giving taps us into this energy. It is truly what drives the whole universe. So I encourage you to give whenever you can, and be confident that you will not be depleted but filled instead. Then expect and accept the joy and love that will overflow you and make your life more fulfilling and meaningful.  

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What have I been up to? 

Last Sunday was my online concert on Facebook Live. I had a great turnout, and I did a mixture of favorites for old friends and Irish songs for St. Patrick's Day. It was a blast! Thanks to everyone who tuned in. If you missed it you can always catch it on my Facebook page. You may have to scroll through my latest morning-walk photos to get back to Sunday’s date and video on my profile page. I link to on my artist page too.  

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What am I up to this week? 

Friday 6-9 I’m back at Bistoro for our first-Friday evening. I have such a wonderful group of folks who come see me at Bistoro. Joette and Pellumb have created a wonderful atmosphere of creativity and love with their food and presence that draws remarkable people. My music fits right in, and the folks I draw enrich the pot. It’s marvelous. Come on out if you can.  

Sunday morning I’m at Cuchara Chapel 10:30-11:30 to lead music and sing the song I’m writing that I mentioned above. I know Reverend Eileen will have a special message that will lift folks higher. Come on out if you’d like a little inspiration in the beautiful mountains of Colorado Sunday morning.  

Sunday afternoon I’m sharing the stage with Don Richmond at 3:00 to benefit our good friend Johnny Watson who had a stroke in January and is in recovery. The benefit is going from 1-7 at the Pueblo Federal Building Ballroom, 421 North Main Street. They have silent auction items, lots of good music, and tasty treats and beverages. There’s more on the event page on Facebook. Please come out if you can.  

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That’s it for this week. There are lots of fun things coming up. I’m doing an Irish concert with Celtic step dancers at the Bell Tower in Florence on 3/14.  I’m playing a concert with Daniel Market at the La Veta Mercantile  on 4/10. I just contracted with the Royal Gorge Bridge to play all the Mondays between Memorial Day and Labor Day and also three weekends with my duo partner Dennis Mills. And there’s much more. Best to you, and I hope you get as much from giving as you can.  

Best always, 

Tom 

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Details this week: 

Who:  Tom Munch  
What:  playing and singing 
Where:  Bistoro, 109 Central Plaza, Pueblo. 719-696-9672 
When:  Friday, March 6, 6-9 pm 

Who:  Tom Munch 
What:  playing and singing for chapel service 
Where:  Cuchara Chapel, 16400 CO Hwy 12, Cuchara, CO 
When:  Sunday, March 8, 10:30-11:30 am 

Who:  Tom Munch and Don Richmond 
What:  playing and singing to benefit our friend Johnny Watson 
Where:  Pueblo Federal Building Ballroom, 421 N Main St, Pueblo, CO 
When:  Sunday, March 8, 3 pm

Monday, February 24, 2020 - Sick Spirit 

It’s been a long month. It started out great with some time in the studio, but I very soon after came down with congestion that has hung on for the rest of the month. I took three days off to try to heal when I almost lost my voice, and I finally got some decongestant to dry out my voice box enough to sing. Anyway, I’m not saying this to complain. I’m saying this to bring up the old quandary of whether we bring illness on ourselves. If I truly am spirit expressing myself through my body then why do I come down with illness? Is my spirit sick? Well, it might be. As much as I love this life, I often find myself kind of drifting in a haze of malaise. I have all the ways I usually break myself out of the haze - simple joys, reminders of beauty all around, and giving of myself to prime the pump of love. But they don’t always work. The duality of this life is a constant. I will always be in this body here, but I don’t have to be of this body. I’ll let you know if I ever feel like I’ve figured it all out. 😉 

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What have I been up to? 

I had a busy week at the beginning of the month.  

That Monday was a great day in the studio. We got another couple songs done for my old country album. We also got my new single finished - “Part of All.” 

Friday was a wonderful night at Bistoro at Pueblo. We had lots of great folks and some wonderful requests.  

Sunday was a new song called “I Wanna See the World Like God” at Cuchara Chapel to go along with Eileen‘s message. My voice was starting to go. 

Sunday night was my online living-room concert, and we did a bunch off love songs and requests. My voice was really raw, which is why I took the next three days off.  

Last Thursday my new single “Part of All” was released, and I announced it on Friday. It has been pretty well received so far, and I hope that it’s a message that will give folks love and support. I appreciate  you all.  

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What’s up this week? 

Sunday 7:00-8:15 MST is my First-Sunday Online Living Room Concert, and I think I’ll do a few Irish tunes to get in the spirit for St. Patrick’s Day. Once Mardi Gras is over this week I’ll start celebrating my Irish heritage.  

Speaking of that, it’s just the following week on the 14th when I’ll be playing an Irish concert at the Bell Tower in Florence along with some wonderful Celtic dancers. It will be a blast! 

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That’s it for this week. I hope you are well and happy. I know the cold and flu season  has touched a lot of folks this year. If I ever figure out how to be in spirit and not in body to avoid it I’ll let you know.  

Best always, 

Tom 

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Details this week: 

Who:  Tom Munch 
What:  playing and singing a concert from my living room 
Where:  online at facebook.com/tom.munch 
When:  Sunday, March 1, 7-8:15 pm MST

Friday, February 21, 2020 - I Have New Music Out Now! 

I am happy to tell you that I have a new single called “Part of All” that’s available now or will be very soon on most streaming and digital download services like Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube, Google Play Music, and Amazon Music. This is the first track from a new album to hopefully be released in 2020 or 2021. I’ve decided that it’s time in my life to contribute something spiritual and with a higher purpose that reflects my awakening understanding of the universe. I have been spending many years reading all kinds of texts on religion, spiritual awakening, and wisdom, and I’ve been writing songs for the last two years on different spiritual topics. Many of these I’ve performed at Cuchara Chapel to go along with the talks that Reverend Eileen Ramsey gives there. I have been told that this song is my signature song. I hope you find it uplifting and encouraging. It’s a simple recording with a simple message from the heart. Here’s a YouTube link if you want a quick link - https://youtu.be/tx6BD-f14I0. 

Monday, February 3, 2020 - Seasonal Changes 

You’ve probably noticed that I haven’t written in several weeks.  That’s mostly because I haven’t had any public gigs to tell you about - I always book less gigs at this time of year so I can catch up a bit and plan for the new year.  (I also don’t like to drive on snowy and icy roads.)  But it makes for some interesting changes in life.  For one I have time to catch up on reading and projects I’ve been putting off.  It also gives me time for taxes and learning and writing new songs.  I’m not very good at slowing down though, and it can also bring on a little boredom (which can also lead to more creativity!)  I often wonder when I’ll slow down doing music, but I don’t think it’ll be anytime soon.  I still love playing too much.  I talked about doing some more online concerts, and I do want to do a few more this late winter and early spring in addition to my first-Sunday concerts.  I want to do some different themes for these like different writer’s songs or diverse genres.  I’ll let you know about those soon.  Each season brings its own changes that take some adjustment.  I don’t think I’ll ever be the person who has it all organized and nailed down.  I like that just fine! 

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What have I been to to? 

It’s been a month since I last wrote, but a month ago I had a wonderful morning playing for Cuchara Chapel. I even wrote a song for the burning bowl ceremony - a traditional end-of-year chance to leave old things behind and start anew.   

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What am I up to this week? 

Monday I’m in the studio finishing up a single and getting the final tracks on my old country album.  I love doing this work! 

Friday 6-9 I’m back at Bistoro in Pueblo for a wonderful night of good friends, food, and music. This is such a special place with such a special vibe. Make a reservation and come out if you can.  719-696-9672 

Sunday 10:30-11:30 I’m playing for Cuchara Chapel service.  I’ve been loving playing for the folks for this service.  Come on up if you’d like a little inspiration to start your week in a beautiful setting.  

Sunday 7-8:15 MST is my First-Sunday Online Living Room Concert on Facebook Live.  I’m doing it on the second Sunday so I don’t go up against the Super Bowl this year.  I haven’t picked a theme for this yet, but I already have a couple requests.  I’ll be doing some favorites of my friend Blasa who recently passed as well.  I so enjoy this chance to play for friends all over the country.  Please tune in if you can - facebook.com/tom.munch.  

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That’s it for this week.  I hope your winter is going well and you are healthy and happy. 

Best always, 

Tom 

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Details this week: 

Who:  Tom Munch  
What:  playing and singing 
Where:  Bistoro, 109 Central Plaza, Pueblo. 719-696-9672 
When:  Friday, February 7, 6-9 pm 

Who:  Tom Munch 
What:  playing and singing for chapel service 
Where:  Cuchara Chapel, 16400 CO Hwy 12, Cuchara, CO 
When:  Sunday, February 9, 10:30-11:30 am 

Who:  Tom Munch 
What:  playing and singing a concert from my living room 
Where:  online at facebook.com/tom.munch 
When:  Sunday, February 9, 7-8:15 pm MST

Monday, January 6, 2020 - Breathing In 

It’s the new year, and I’m trying to slow down, woodshed, and breathe in for a while. This is the first day I’ve had at home since before the holidays when I could really take stock and do some planning. I cherish the quiet days when I can write and ponder a bit. I have a little time before I have to start tax work, and I hope to luxuriate in thought along with my other duties. I think it’s really important to do this. I find that when I write down my ideas I have to formulate my thoughts and really work out different lines of thinking. One of the lines of thinking I came across recently in a book was these four questions: 

Who am I? 
Where am I? 
What am I doing here? 
What am I going to do in light of this? 

I like these kind of deep thought experiments and explorations. It gets into philosophy and spirituality. You have to know that this is where I thrive. You can take these questions for just where you are today in your tasks and schedule or where you are in your whole life. I know that a lot of people never ask these kind of questions, but I like them. I guess it’s just part of where musicians and song-folks dwell. Anyway, this is where I’m going to start my breathing in today along with a couple walks with our dog Beau and a few projects before I’m back to playing tomorrow. Take care, and take time to breathe in.  

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What have I been up to? 

Bistoro last Friday was great fun! We had some old and new friends and some great interaction and singing. I can’t wait ‘til the next time! 

Sunday was my online concert on Facebook Live, and it was a real song variety with several requests and a mixture of 1920’s, winter, and folk rock songs. Thanks to all who tuned in and made it so great! I talked about possibly doing a few extra online shows with different themes this winter, and I just may do that. I get such a kick out of playing for folks that I don’t get to see or play for very often.  

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What am I up to this week? 

Sunday 10:30-11:30 I’m playing music for the Cuchara Chapel service in Cuchara. I do these once a month, and I always love the folks there and the challenge of choosing just the right music to do. Come on out if you’d like a beautiful morning in the mountains and a little spiritual boost.  

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That’s it for this week. I hope your new year is starting out well. Stay tuned! 

Best always, 

Tom 

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Details this week: 

Who:  Tom Munch 
What:  playing and singing for chapel service 
Where:  Cuchara Chapel, 16400 CO Hwy 12, Cuchara, CO 
When:  Sunday, January 12, 10:30-11:30 am

Monday, December 30, 2019 - Happy New Year! 

This is the time of year when we reminisce about the year gone by and gather our thoughts to plan for the new year. I’m doing just that. I can say that it’s mostly been a good year gone by. I played what I think were some pretty good gigs that meant a lot to me. Bistoro in Pueblo on first Fridays has gone very well and continues to grow.  My First-Sunday Online Living Room Concerts have been a real highlight that I continue to enjoy. I played Walters Brewery a few times in the winter and spring for some fun crowds. I played and wrote songs for Cuchara Chapel each month except during the summer which I thoroughly enjoyed and may use the songs for an upcoming album. I played a bunch of private parties throughout the year which were very enjoyable. I collaborated and recorded a few songs with a friend in Monument. I played a concert at the Bell Tower Cultural Center in Florence in the Spring. In April I got to do another “Crunch and Munch” concert with my friend Ken Saydak in La Veta at the Mercantile. I got to play a children’s dance recital in May. Weekly during the summer I played with bassist and singer Dennis Mills at the Royal Gorge Bridge and also at many private parties. In June I got to open for country star Anita Cochran. In the summer I was also back at the Yellow Pine for the weekly barbecue which was just plain wonderful. Summer also brought concerts at Lucy’s in La Veta, Cuchara Mountain Park, Red River Ski Area, Philmont Scout Ranch, Art in the Park in La Veta, Castle Rock First United Methodist Church, the La Veta Mercantile with singer-songwriter Daniel Market, and a couple house concerts. Fall brought more private appearances for folks like the Good Sam's and the Arts Center in Pueblo. I got to play in October in Denver at Swallow Hill for the final Chuck Pyle Tribute which was a great pleasure, and then I also got to play in Denver at the Littleton Museum in both October and December for different events. October also saw me back in the studio recording songs for an original album and also an old country album. I did a joint concert with the duo Close N Counter at the La Veta Mercantile. I also played in Del Norte at both the Windsor Hotel and Wildwood Sounds concert venue. December brought concerts at the  Bell Tower in Florence, a holiday concert with my friend Don Richmond at Society Hall in Alamosa, and a Christmas concert at the La Veta Mercantile. In addition to all these gigs I did my usual 50 senior facilities every month that I am so devoted to. I love these folks. So what will next year bring? To tell the truth I haven’t made a lot of plans. I like having some flexibility. I do know I’ll be back in the studio to finish up at least one album fairly quickly.  I also am booked again at Bistoro, at Cuchara Chapel, at the Bell Tower, at Francisco Fort in La Veta, at the Yellow Pine, hopefully at the Royal Gorge Bridge, at a few private parties - one that will take me to Nebraska, a few cool house concerts including a house concert tour in Texas in October and one in Colorado Springs in September, and of course I’ll continue my First-Sunday Online Living Room Concerts. I’ll book the La Veta Mercantile at least a couple times including another Christmas concert. It’s weird to look so far into the future when I like to live day by day, and there’s no way to know what each year will really bring. I continue to be positive and loving in everything I do. To me that’s the only way to live. It can be tough when fear is so prevalent in our culture and there are so many threats to happiness and peace. But in the words of the explorers  Lewis and Clark, “We proceeded on.” Life is good! 

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What have I been up to? 

I didn’t have any public gigs last week with the Christmas holiday. I got to see family and play a few Christmas shows for my senior facilities. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas if you celebrated it.  

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What am I up to this week? 

Friday 6-9 I’m back at Bistoro for our first Friday dinner and music. I always say how much I enjoy these folks at this venue, and it is so true. I’ve met some wonderful new faces there, and I continue to look forward to it every time. Please come out if you can. It’s best to call ahead for a reservation - 719-696-9672.  

Sunday 7-8:15 I have my First-Sunday Online Living Room Concert, and I’m thinking of doing winter songs and standards this month. We’ve had a bit of cold and snow that is putting me in the mood for this. Of course I may change my mind if we have a warm week. Either way it’ll be fun, and I hope you’ll tune in - facebook.com/tom.munch.  

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That’s it for this week. I hope you start the new year out well and have a safe celebration if you go out on New Year’s Eve.  

Best always, 

Tom 

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Details this week: 

Who:  Tom Munch  
What:  playing and singing 
Where:  Bistoro, 109 Central Plaza, Pueblo. 719-696-9672 
When:  Friday, January 3, 6-9 pm 

Who:  Tom Munch 
What:  playing and singing a concert from my living room 
Where:  online at facebook.com/tom.munch 
When:  Sunday, January 5, 7-8:15 pm MST

Monday, December 23, 2019 - Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 

I’m just reaching out briefly to wish you a wonderful holiday. I have had one of the best holidays ever with wonderful family and friends and gatherings with so much cheer. We do have a sick kitty at the house who needs some care, but I’m hopeful we can nurse her back to health quickly. Happy Holidays to you wherever and however you celebrate! 

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What have I been up to? 

Saturday my show at the La Veta Mercantile was out of this world! It was just very special in every way. The whole evening came together to create one of the best concerts I’ve ever had. There was lots of singing along and so many smiles and warm hearts. Magical! 

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What am I up to this week? 

I don’t have any public gigs this week. I’m only taking Christmas Day off from my regular senior facilities, so Jen and I aren’t taking any extended time off this holiday. Next week I’ll have more to share, but for now I’ll be enjoying the holiday with family and my seniors. 

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That’s it for this week. I hope you have the most wonderful holiday. 

Best always, 

Tom

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