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watch “grey’s anatomy” tonight to hear my cover of level 42’s “something about you” (feat. @laurajansen).

watch “grey’s anatomy” tonight to hear my cover of level 42’s “something about you” (feat. @laurajansen).

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got this new laurent durieux “rear window” poster from his @mondotees gallery show in austin. gorgeous. #hitchcock

got this new laurent durieux “rear window” poster from his @mondotees gallery show in austin. gorgeous. #hitchcock

beck’s “morning phase” vinyl just arrived. very “sea change.” very awesome.

beck’s “morning phase” vinyl just arrived. very “sea change.” very awesome.

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action shot from the @kusewera benefit last night with the LA skyline as a gorgeous backdrop. (pic by @mynameisyouband)

action shot from the @kusewera benefit last night with the LA skyline as a gorgeous backdrop. (pic by @mynameisyouband)

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room lit only by the sparkle of the tree. presents all wrapped. your turn, santa.

room lit only by the sparkle of the tree. presents all wrapped. your turn, santa.

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converse in watercolor. one of mom’s latest paintings. I’m stealing it back to LA.

converse in watercolor. one of mom’s latest paintings. I’m stealing it back to LA.

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this is a photo of mom & dad in 1964 coming back from their honeymoon. john brothers was a truly wonderful man and caring father.  in the week since his death, i have been overwhelmed by the hundreds of stories of how he selflessly gave so much to so many people in nashville, both as a friend and as an old-fashioned, attentive doctor.  for those of you who didn’t know him, i can say without a doubt that you would have been charmed - he always left people with a smile on their face.  he lived a great life, married a great lady, and his legacy is a kindness that asks for nothing in return. i will miss him so much, and i hope i can be half the man he was.  thanks, dad.

this is a photo of mom & dad in 1964 coming back from their honeymoon. john brothers was a truly wonderful man and caring father. in the week since his death, i have been overwhelmed by the hundreds of stories of how he selflessly gave so much to so many people in nashville, both as a friend and as an old-fashioned, attentive doctor. for those of you who didn’t know him, i can say without a doubt that you would have been charmed - he always left people with a smile on their face. he lived a great life, married a great lady, and his legacy is a kindness that asks for nothing in return. i will miss him so much, and i hope i can be half the man he was. thanks, dad.