Updated: May 30

West coast folks and family, I am turning my sails your direction to play telecaster for my friend-in-highway Margo Cilker for the first part of June as well as opening acoustic and solo for the dates starred below. Tickets available at her website.


6/2 Ely, NV • Schellraiser Festival

6/3 Boise, ID • Neurolux

6/4 Walla Walla, WA • Billsville West

6/6 Sisters, OR • Suttle Lodge

6/8 San Francisco, CA • Bottom Of The Hill

6/9 Felton, CA • Felton Music Hall

6/11 Los Angeles, CA • Moroccan Lounge*

6/12 San Diego, CA • Casbah*

6/14 Palm Springs, CA • Alibi*

6/15 Atascadero, CA • Bristols Cider House*

6/16 Sacramento, CA • The Starlet Room*


Later in the month, I’ll be taking my acoustic guitar east to back up the righteous Lizzie No with Barry Stephenson on upright bass for two special dates:


6/23 Black Mountain, NC • Veteran’s Park

6/24 Mt. Solon, VA • Red Wing Roots Festival


Have you pre-ordered Tourist on heavy black vinyl yet? Head to this link and get a copy with the limited edition 35mm camera enamel pin, and save the album to your preferred streaming service. Bandcamp pre-orders will be up soon, also!


Saying June will be a busy month in an understatement! Much to look forward to, especially June 3. Mark your calendars.


stay tuned.

love, jca


Updated: May 30


Out now, another new song from the upcoming album "Tourist" is available on all streaming platforms. Pre-order the vinyl album at bmr.link/tourist.


Recently, John and friend Lizzie No entered Ramble Creek Studio in Austin, TX to cut a duet of Nanci Griffith's iconic song "Love at the Five and Dime" for Hell or High Water, a compilation to raise funds to protect trans youth in the state of Texas. Available May 6th on Bandcamp, all funds with be used to assist the trans youth and parents. More info coming soon.


thanks for listening,

team jca

Updated: May 30


Listen at your favorite streaming platform or download the hi-res master file at Bandcamp by following this link: bmr.link/jca-fmf.



If you pre-order Tourist on vinyl, we are throwing in these classic tools of the wayward tourist, a film canister enamel pin (just bigger than an American quarter dollar) and a 35mm camera sticker (almost the size of a bank note). All pre-orders that have already taken place will receive these items also. Thanks a million for your years of support. Pre-order at this link here: TOURIST, or head over to the shop part of this page to be directed.