This week there was definitely some gnashing of teeth, some rolling of eyes… but this week’s blog entry is up!
Read my Monday Morning blog post:
Letters To My Editor: Poor, Poor Baby
Just found out this morning that the video we recorded in Zwolle, Netherlands last November for How The Tiger Lost Her Roar is the featured video on Songwriter’s Association of Canada (SAC)’s homepage!
As promised, here are the links to the two other interviews I did last week. Both are fabulous musicians with exciting projects coming up!
…my weekly blog posting day on my Letters To My Editor blog. Hurray! This week I have temporarily turned into a “music blog” and interviewed some fellow blogger challengees, who are wonderful musicians and human beings in their own right.
I spoke with Tom Shea, Sioux Newberry and Kimi Lyn Smith about their music and lives and stuff. I’m spreading out the posts over the week, so today we start with TOM SHEA!!! Woo!
There are two posts for you today:
My Monday Morning blog post explaining why I became a music blog this week. I’ve Looked At Blogs From Both Sides Now
And, you can also go directly to the interview with Tom. Click here to read: Interview with Tom Shea of Trio Arjento.
Happy Monday everybody! Enjoy!
Here is a project I have been wanting to do a while now! It started when I made my video for “Be My Girl” way back in March of 2010. My idea is to make homemade videos for every song on “Even Though The Sky Was Falling”, and even a few songs from “Hearts Fall” too! And when the new album is out… songs from that one too!
I don’t promise you professional mastery, just wee creative outputs for the sheer joy of making them.
And so, allow me to introduce number 2 in the Homemade Music Video Project: Little Grey Sparrow.
What do you think? And while you’re there, feel free to subscribe to my youtube channel, so that you’ll hear first hand when the next one comes out! : )
A couple of weeks back, stuck on what to write for my elevator pitch for this blogging challenge that I’m doing, I put out the call for people to complete a 5-10 minute survey answering the question: How Would You Describe Me To Your Friends?
In the honour of statistic nerds and number lovers everywhere, I’ve posted the results here!
Not only did you give me a better idea of how you think I sound, you also left tons of positive comments, which simply swoons my heart. I have gathered those here and have entitled them “Fan Reviews”.
Thanks again, everyone who took the time out to give me you thoughts. This was a touching experience for me. Much love, Karyn xo