One of my favorite things about this pregnancy has been getting to play music for our little growing baby! I read somewhere that he has been listening in to my guitar playing and singing for months now, and with that in mind, I’ve tried to play specific songs just for him each day that I
Oh, Brother John. How I love that man and his blessed music. His song, “The Heart of Life” has been an anchor for me this past year. It’s one of those songs that makes me get misty every time I sing it. I love how music has the ability to heal our hearts, and recording
Ahh! I always feel like a kid on Christmas when I finally get to share new music with y’all! I started writing “When I’m Gone” a couple of years ago and let it sit (or marinate, as we like to say) for a while. With some encouragement from my husband, I decide to dust it
In honor of all things spooky this Halloween week, I wanted to cover a topic that many of you have been asking me about: Dealing with STAGE FRIGHT! MUWAHAHAHA! No but really. It’s something pretty much every person who has ever had to get up in front of other people has experienced. The sweaty palms.
Why working with a vocal coach is AWESOME! Many of you have asked me questions about improving your voice without taking vocal lessons, and I wanted to give you some insight into why I believe working with a vocal coach can be a game changer for you as a singer and performer. Do you absolutely
Singing by yourself is one thing, but how good are you at singing with others? It’s a totally different game!
First off, I’ve been stoked out of my mind because my new song, “Moraine”, is out! The whole process of writing, recording and releasing this song has been so. Much. FUN! Listen to Moraine on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2M2wDdU iTunes/Apple Music: https://apple.co/2C9GZo4 Amazon: https://amzn.to/2RBYXJw Google Play: http://bit.ly/2RFs3rn
What is your go- to Christmas album? What did your parents put in the tape or CD player while you decorated the tree or drove around the neighborhood looking at Christmas lights? I’ll bet you have a couple favorite songs or artists that you go back to every single year once the holidays season arrives.
I’d like call myself a recovering perfectionist. Perfectionism is what led to my vocal dysphonia (anxiety induced voice loss). Perfectionism is what prevents me from being present in each moment and enjoying what is happening right in front of me. Perfectionism is what keeps me hustling and checking boxes instead of figuring out what actually