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Wonderville drop day!

I awoke this morning feeling a fullness of emotion around today’s release day of my new album, Wonderville. Obviously, it’s exciting to finally fully share my new baby with the world! And I’ve been deeply gratified by the warm response and extraordinarily kind words offered by folks who’ve been listeners so far. I am humbled…

Total Eclipse of the Sun

Wow. I know, I know: all the hype. All the funny looking glasses, the over-the-top festivals, the little-examined privilege of expending vast resources to grok a two minute look at some natural phenomena that actually seems to happen more often than the hipsters would suggest. All of that. And yet. Wow. I’ll spare the details…

I’m making a new record ~ wanna help?

Hi friends, I just launched a 2-week crowdfunding campaign to pre-sell my upcoming album and help me cover final expenses: www.igg.me/at/adambauer2 It took me a few years since finishing Shyam Lila, but I’m delighted to be back in the studio and finishing up this new record–Wonderville–working with legendary producer Ben Leinbach. I actually began recording…

Trouble in Paradise

TMI alert. Do you ever have — wait, let me rephrase — I am having one of those spells where I’m just feeling disconnected from Self, from the love I know is always all around me. I’m traveling in a beautiful warm faraway place (“Thailand! Yay!”) and I realize I am so freaking lucky and…

Into the Jungle

I just returned from a healing journey to the Peruvian Amazon. I’ll share more soon about that, but here is something I posted to Facebook mid-trip about the reasons for my trip: I try to keep it real here, so here’s what’s real for me in this moment: I am in the middle of a…

Living Alone

27 December 2014 There are some days when it hits me, hard: No matter the quality of our work, or the lovers or children or partnerships we may enjoy; no matter the sense of connection and communion we can sometimes access in our best moments, there is an aspect in me which is utterly, ruthlessly,…

Christmas 2014

Feeling lots this Christmas day since my mother’s death. I am missing my Mama. I haven’t been real big on Christmas for a long time, and I’ve never done the tree thing on my own. But this season, after my sis and I found some of Mom’s family tree ornaments while in storage unit cleaning…

On The Road Again…

Well, here in New England fall’s traditional blazing colors are quickly becoming a fading memory, as the open leafless forests reveal themselves once again and lie in wait for winter’s coming blanket of snow to cover the queendom. Woodpiles still need to be covered, and garlic is yet to be planted, but beyond that, all…