What’s UP???! Hope your spring has been fruitful, or at least blossoming with much fruit to come. Cherry blossoms popped in Taos last week and then it snowed real heavy, blocking the mountain passes, knocking down tree limbs and making the trail along the rio grande mush mush mush!
For whatever reason, deep in the muck of my monkey mind, during my time in Taos I’ve decided to re-work the songs on Holy Bones and make piano versions out of them. WHY?
Thoughts on the trail during my artist residency …
I just crested staying over two months in Taos, New Mexico as an Artist in Residence at the Wurlitzer Foundation. A few days after I arrived here I sought out the Devisadero Loop Trail, a section / foothill of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. It begins around 7,000 feet above sea level and makes
I haven’t been in Taos for two weeks just yet – Tuesday eve it will be so – but time moves slow here – I’ve made it as such. Imposed solitude. Turning down invites to chill with the other artists, to go to a Bob Marley dance party at a gallery, and right now I could be drinking
I arrived on Tuesday evening to my casita at the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation where I will be an
“When you openly, radically trust people, they not only take care of you, they become your allies, your family.” – Amanda Palmer
**Originally posted in January 2015. Amanda Palmer was just in Minneapolis for a solo show last night and I SO hoped to go but was teaching, and also
Hi friend in music + living la vida loca,
How are ya? Holy bones, it’s the end of October. I don’t have a ton to blab at you today, just a cordial invite to a few shows in Duluth + Twin Cities and to let you know that I have changed my mind AGAIN and I am GOING
Hey there music lover!
And how blissful it is to love music! I’ve been digging in deep, running with it, crying with it, feeling elated by it. It’s been awhile since I’ve been so excited by listening to music. Weird, huh? I feel like all my senses are