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.
Thanks to Vents Magazine for covering my new single "The Funeral" on their site! Read the full article here.
Check out this new article from Pacific San Diego magazine about my new single "The Funeral." Thanks for the local love!
Thanks to friends at Global Texan Chronicles for featuring my new single "The Funeral." Check out the article here.
So excited to share that my brand new single "The Funeral" debuted at #13 on the iTunes Songwriter charts! So cool to see my song listed in the company of such inspirational songwriters like Joni Mitchell, James Taylor, Gordon Lightfoot, and Tracy Chapman. I'm a happy camper! Find "The Funeral" here on Apple/iTunes.
Thank you to the San Diego Troubadour for interviewing me about Lady Brain Present's upcoming Holiday Party and Clothing Drive. Read the full interview here!
Thanks to Tim Pyles and the whole 91x Loudspeaker team for inviting me, Mike Vale, Chloe Lou and Julia Sage into the studio to promote our upcoming holiday party and for playing our songs on the show! Yay for womxn on the radio!
Thanks to SD Voyager for chatting up Lady Brain Presents founder/organizer Lindsay White about her work and vision for the local womxn's creative collective. In the interview, she shares her vision and goals for Lady Brain and discusses some challenges facing today's artists and activists. Read the full article here. Photo credit Sydney Prather.
Thanks to the gang at The Rye Room Sessions for having me and Jules Stewart come in to record a couple tunes last summer. Here's the first, just released today, called Time is On the Way. Hope you enjoy! For lyrics, click here.