Very odd I had posted a blog post a few days ago about my thinking about changing the name of my one woman show and it seems to have disappeared. So the gist of the post, what do you think of the title ROOM FOR ME vs THE PASS? What do either titles conjure up? […]Read More Room for Me or The Pass & Workshops
I flew from NYC to San Francisco last week on a new plane, the United 777. Wow. The first officer announced it was the 2nd week the plane had been in the air. Pretty cool. Brand new. It is a very large plane with lots of leg room and a new business class. It was […]Read More United 777, Mylene Farmer & Equality
When I think of LA, I think about my beautiful blue vintage car that I bought in Santa Monica. I love driving on country roads and in fact drove to Cold Spring this weekend. I got there from New York City via the Pacific Palisades, it’s my favorite road to drive on. It’s not Rt […]Read More What Do You Think of When You Think of LA? I think of driving…
After The Grammys I was inspired to bring this song out of the vault! I wrote it while in Los Angeles (my final year) and recorded it with my friend Eric Gorfain from The Section Quartet. It feels like songs with strong lyrics, melodies and hooks are back. and I’m in! I loved the Grammys […]Read More The Grammys 2017 Bring It Home!
Lately I have been thinking a lot about home, and the role it plays in giving us a spiritual center. The apartment where I live in the West Village of NYC has been my dwelling for over thirty years; I have come to think of it almost as an extension of myself–like my arm or […]Read More Blue Bird Leaving the Nest
winter solstice mandalas Today I watched the snow falling outside my window in my NYC West Village studio. I was engrossed by the huge whirling snowflakes, and the beauty of their motion. With white icing the nearby rooftops, the pink building in the courtyard in the background, the stark branches and the slate-grey sky, the […]Read More Today I watched the snow falling…
For whatever reason I’ve had this stigma about raising money online for my projects–like I’ve had some success: publishing deals, hit records. It makes me feel like I’m starting from scratch. Then I look and see all the amazing artists who are doing crowdfunding and I realize I have been limiting myself by judging myself. […]Read More Stop Creating Limitations