Music

Is It Soup Yet?

Sorry, this post has nothing to do with soup.  It’s a brief rant about how long it takes to finish a CD, and how sometimes people you work with in the process aren’t the best judges of the prospective timeline. Why do I say this?  Because when I started this project, I had an initial thought…

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DJ Nose & Rick Dash Present ITCL

This past Saturday I had the opportunity to perform for a local cable entertainment show.  The show’s producer, Rick Dash, does a number of entertainment-related productions for the Arlington independent access channel under the Rick Dash Presents brand. The production we taped was the inaugural episode of an entertainment-focused show highlighting local talent.  The host is DJ…

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Co-writing Songs ….

As those who have read this blog before know, I’m fairly new at writing songs seriously.  I’ve been at it about a year and a half.  Previously I’d written a couple of tunes, but had mostly been performing and interpreting music written by others. As a new songwriter, I figured it’d be good to learn…

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First Podcast For City Lights

Yeeha!  My song “In The City Lights” has just gone live on the Pollyanna Cowgirl Records Podcast.  It’s PCRP58 – A Brand-New Manual.  Guess what?  My song is number one on the playlist!!!   Use this link to scoot on over for the show http://www.simplysyndicated.com/shows/pollyannacowgirl/ which is also available on iTunes.  Don’t be fooled by the name. …

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SAW Annual Meeting and Open Mic

SAW is the Songwriters’ Association of Washington.  Helmed by President Jean Bayou, SAW is an active representative for it’s many songwriter members in the greater DC area – especially helping them learn, grow and showcase the great songs they’ve written. Yesterday, SAW’s Annual Meeting, Community Day and Open Mic, was no exception.  The day was filled with opportunities,…