Rebecca's latest album GIVE UP YOUR GHOSTS (on Austin's Blue Corn Records) features GROWING UP, a collection of poignant observations on how things change. Sounding like one of Ed Sheeran's waltzes, GROWING UP''s hook "growing old, getting over it."
ROLLING STONE loves Rebecca’s album, comparing her “coffeehouse Americana and light folk-pop” to Norah Jones.
Dean has a great Easter song "The Ducks of St. Stephens Green."
PUT YOU IN MY POCKET and other Valentine & Love songs are at
UNFINISHED is chamber pop, and about reconnecting with lost love, growing up. It could be used for themes of either Optimism (with a Hollywood Ending) OR Toxic Optimism. Heartfelt, Yearning, Wishful, Poignant, Questioning.
Lisa interviews me about how I've been songwriting to share insight on healing and abuse.
Lisa Sniderman (AKA Aoede): a quirky folk winner of the IMA, John Lennon Songwriting Contest, and also playwriting contest. She also writes children songs.
Sharon Katz is now on tour in North America
HAMBA KAHLE MANDELA (GO WELL MANDELA) - Sharon Katz & Nohlandla Wanda:
A stirring and gentle ballad to say goodbye to Mandela and a challenge to carry his lessons forward. (pronounced HAM-BA-KAH-LE MANDELA) (H=soft sound)
She continues to lead multi-racial choir performances and marches.
The song is about an abused person now in the hospital, and a million miles from the truth. She’s sending him postcards from her room.
Jaclyn had an amazing time, performing both pop and opera on Ireland's Got Talent this Spring.