It's days after Nov. 2, and I...miss America. Maybe I just wish that West Wing were a reality show about our real President. Things did not go well for a lot of us who were like stunned animals, hit hard between the eyes with a hammer blow. I was in California, putting the finishing touches on my new cd, "Real Deal". Listening to the music helped a great deal and I am ever grateful to be able to spin this golden stuff out of straw. I reckon the real deal is what we wanted, and what we got was another story. What do we do with this story? What do we do about it now?
Howdy folks! Greetings from Seattle where I am between recording sessions on my new CD tentatively titled, Real Deal. Teresa Trull is my producer, and again, as always, I marvel at her expertise. Not only can she sing and ride any horse anywhere...
Huzzah!!! The web site is up and running!!! I realize it's taken a long, long time, but it's a big job, and I have been busy living my life. I am so grateful for those who have helped make this happen.. There still will be some kinks to work out, and your suggestions will be graciously received.
Greetings everyone! I'm riding the train on this May day, down from Seattle to my place in Oregon...Just back from the Road, in and out of Boston a bunch, playing some new places as well as some old faves. Rehoboth, DE was a new concert experience -- a beautiful beach town, gay-friendly galore, extremely nice women and men, and the closest I've been to the sea in quite a while. Also saw-the-sea in Massachusetts. The gig in Marblehead was wonderful, full of loving people, old friends and new, and a special treat of a piano there in the UU Church which hosts the Me and Thee Coffeehouse, bless 'em!
Hey everybody! Happy New Year to all of you! 2004 has just begun... good luck to all of us here on earth... None of us knows what lies ahead, but still we walk in faith...
Greetings from the Northwest! Just back from the Road, about to head out for the last gigs of this year. This year has run out like water, hasn't it? Winter is on, rain or snow is coming down, Thanksgiving just behind us, and the darkest night of the year lies ahead, there in the midst of the lights, the gifts, the gathering together of family and friends. I hope all of you were able to gather with loved ones round the table, eat yourselves into a satisfied dither, and top it all off by feeling truly thankful. Off the top, I am grateful to love and be loved in return. Thanks for that.
The days of August are upon us...I just finished a phone interview with a woman in Berlin, Germany...she was born a year after The Changer was delivered into this world, and today, we spoke , among other things, of its impact upon her life. 30 years ago, and still that music rolls through people's lives in some important way!
Hi everyone...summer greetings! Hard to believe August is right around the corner. Now, I do know the measurement of the days is exactly the same as it has always been – as far as time goes, that is to say. But the older one gets, the quicker she flies, or so it seems to me. Scrambling to keep up with the chores, horses, traveling, and all that occupies my summer...little by little, I get things done, but always there are things left over, left behind, left undone. Ah, well...still there is only so much a girl can do!
The Scandinavian trip was truly a wonderful journey, the highlight of which, certainly, was seeing Meg Shambhavi Christian and singing together after such a long, long time. My girl, Judy, and I flew over the top of the world to the Copenhagen airport where I gladly paid way too much for a press-pot of Jamaican Blue Mt. coffee. Jet-lagged, we ambled around the airport, heading for our gate and next flight to Stockholm to meet up with the ship and fellow passengers.