Beautiful People, I have so appreciated your support reading this blog. You know how much I love to write! I truly love writing. But of course as you know I also LOVE to sing! And play piano! And guitar! And … Continue reading
THE CDS ARE HERE! WHOO HOOO! Soon they will be in the hands of DJs all across the country (and a few overseas, too)! And then they will be in crowdfunding supporter’s hands. And then on April 21 they will … Continue reading
Wednesday I missed posting because I was at a funeral. Sometimes I’m at funerals to sing professionally, and don’t know the deceased, and sometimes I’m there personally, and not singing. On the occasions it’s both, it’s tough. Crying and singing … Continue reading
This Wednesday’s post is in celebration of my album art going to press today. Hooray! Huzzah! Hurrah! It’s getting printed, boys and girls! Let’s dance with abandon!
Part 3 of 3 articles I wrote and published on Music Think Tank about thriving at music conferences. This is the turbo-charge-it summary, so if you’re short on time, read this one! http://www.musicthinktank.com/blog/three-tips-to-thrive-at-the-folk-alliance-conference-part-3.html
Behold: part 2 of a 3-part series I wrote and published on Music Think Tank, about how to survive and thrive at a music conference. http://www.musicthinktank.com/blog/three-tips-to-thrive-at-the-folk-alliance-conference-part-2.html
These posts are in preparation for Folk Alliance International’s annual conference. FAI is the mothership to all the other -erfa’s I’ve mentioned (SERFA, NERFA, SWERFA, etc.). This is part 1 of 3, all originally published on Music Think Tank. http://www.musicthinktank.com/blog/three-tips-to-thrive-at-the-folk-alliance-conference-part-1.html
In the last few years, I’ve had the experience repeatedly of writing a song for one instrument and then re-arranging it for another. In music, arranging is not as easy as moving the couch around. It’s more like making a Play-Doh … Continue reading
When I’m not thinking about my career, I am often thinking about food. A recent exchange… ME: You know what might be the ‘new black’? Concerned Friend: Orange is the new black. Everyone knows that. ME: No: strawberry frosting! YUMMMM! … Continue reading
Merry Happy Everything! May your season be full of song.