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It’s been an exciting spring for The Cheese Project.

 Several new songs have been released, including “Honey” and “Oh Babe, What Would You Say”, (available at and we are looking forward to new releases including Danny Weiss singing “Brandy” and Natalia Farrán’s take on the “Theme from Vally of the Dolls”.

We were featured on a short radio spot on WHYY’s “NewsWorks” and I was interviewed by the legendary Gene Shay on his radio program and got to play a few songs with Larry Cohen and Jennie Avila live on the air.

The Cheese Project also played its first live show featuring a core band of Danny Weiss (guitar and vocals) Larry Cohen (Bass) and Sean Trischka on drums as well as myself along with special guests Mary Olive Smith and Tony Trischka. I am hoping to do more live shows with a variety of musicians so keep checking back to see what we’re up to.

As part of what turned out to be a successful Kickstarter campaign to raise funds to pay for song royalties, my old friend Paul Messing designed a few T-shirts and coffee mugs and a snazzy baseball cap that can be purchased at


Send me a picture of you with one of the Cheese Project items and I’ll send you a free song of your choice.

The responses to what we’re doing have been fantastic. And things will be getting more and more exciting as we bring in more great singers and instrumentalists.

And please write with thoughts, ideas, suggestions, etc.

Come back soon!!



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