This month, Lady Brain Presents is interviewing some LGBTQ+ members about their experiences and perspectives being a part of the queer+ community. To read the full series, click here - my interview is this one.
Hey friends! It's been a hot minute since I had a piece of press to share with you, and this one is exciting because my wifey got to join in on the fun. Thanks to Sydney Prather for photographing us and inviting us to be a part of this Pride series! Read more here.
Yesterday, I had the great pleasure of traveling to a venue and performing music! I think we used to call that a gig back in olden times. Catch the full performance here for free! I've included a set list since it was built from mostly requests, just in case you want to jump around!
SET LIST - Thanks to all who requested!
Rubber Band Gun (Jason/Susan/Marlo)
My Beast (Lizzie)
Run (Katz, Lizzie, Suzanne)
Surrogate (Suzanne, Allie, Gary)
What Even is Life (James, Becca)
Money Stacks and Body Bags (Rosy)
Cat Got Your Tongue (Lizzie)
High Horse (Lizzie)
Some Man Some God Some War (Haley)
Time is On the Way (Lizzie)
Junkyard Dog (Suzanne)
All Damn Day (Lis)
Cotton Candy (Veronica)
Volcano My Volcano (Lizzie)
The Rotten Parts (Me)
Sorry I didn't get to these, hopefully next time!
Unbreak My Heart (Gary)
Take it Easy (Carissa)
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Thanks to the team at She Fest for inviting me to represent Lady Brain Presents on their virtual panel of artists. It was a treat to share space with womxn creatives who are striving to keep communities together during this time. She Fest did such a wonderful job with their day-long festival - nothing but respect for their organization and leadership! Watch the panel below, around the 44:00 mark!
I'm excited to let you know I'll be playing an actual gig at an actual venue! (It'll still be virtually broadcast to keep everyone safe, but it will be nice to play somewhere other than my house in my pajamas for a change!)
On Saturday, July 11, I'll be performing at Escondido Library's virtual "Singing in the Stacks" Second Saturday concert series. Tune in live on the Escondido Library Facebook page from 3-4:30pm.
Thanks to my buddy Jonathan Frahm for the recent feature in For Folk's Sake. Click here to read the full interview!
Thank you so much to the San Diego Music Award academy for nominating "The Funeral" in the Best Pop Album category. I'm super surprised that a single made it into that category (I always vie for the Best Songwriter category), but beggars can't be choosers, and I'm just happy to be included in the conversation. The festivities take place on Monday, March 23 at House of Blues, but please consider joining us first at The Merrow on Tuesday, March 17 for a SDMA Nominee Showcase where my full band will be sharing the bill with two other nominated acts Kimmi Bitter and Evan Diamond.
Thanks to the Rye Room Sessions in Portland, OR for having us back last summer. Here's the second tune from that session, called "Some Man, Some God, Some War." (Featuring the awesome Jules Stewart on drums!)
Along with my raging feminism, this song was inspired by a book called The Sandcastle Girls by Chris Bohjalian, which gives a fictional account of the Armenian genocide. Sadly, the themes still resonate in our modern society. I'm looking forward to the day when we actually learn from our mistakes, but until then, at least there's music to process.
Hey friends! I'm excited to share that my brand new ebook, DIY Publicity for Indie Creatives is now available for download. The guide features easy, useful tips on how to find media contacts, pitch your projects for news coverage, create press from scratch, and more! Get your copy here!
Thanks to Vents Magazine for covering my new single "The Funeral" on their site! Read the full article here.