Sweet, sweet harmonies of original folk songs sung with passion by Dara Eagle and Yours truly at 8:30 at Greenhouse Cafe, in Bay Ridge. Two strong women singer-songwriters unite once again, speaking our truth thru intertwining melody and harmony. Folky, beautiful, powerful music.Read More
On her self-produced second album, the sublimely talented Lyndol Descant gives us a recording that is melodic and sweet listening for anyone’s ears. I should clarify, that last descriptor could easily be misconstrued as a milquetoast synapses, as if it could just as easily be background music – quite the opposite.Read More
Lyndol Descant's singing blends so achingly well with her piano that she's almost like a one-woman duo. They're both instruments, her voice and her keyboard. When they're locked into each other, which happens often on her new album Reach Up, it is remarkably powerful. From beginning to end, Reach Up is an experience of sound and feeling. Descant isn't restrained by stylistic boundaries, either. Her compositions reach into pop, jazz fusion, and alternative sounds, their elements mixing together in complete harmony.Read More
I'm so happy to have my song 'Reach Up' included in the Sounds of Freedom 76 - a podcast compilation of "conscious musicians" put together by Mark Devlin, a musician and music industry researcher. My song is around the 40th minute, but the whole hour is packed with incredible music that is uplifting, inspiring and loving. Truly loving.Read More
I'm excited to be part of this event for Earth Day, putting on sale for the 1st time, my painted postcards of beautiful nature for $10 each. I'll also bring my new canvas that I've been working on ... Gowanus #1Read More
What what?!? That's right, I went to the UCB training headquarters in Manhattan to be part of an experiment called the Audience of One. 4 UCB comedians did 10min standup just for me. The whole thing was filmed and streamed live.Read More
One of the last underground art spaces, Greenpoint Gallery has selected some of my works for their Winter Show. Tonight, March 10th, from 8-12 in this authentic Williamsburg space, we will have our works showcased, juried, all the while bands playing on 2 levels. How fun!Read More
I'm so stoked!!! I was invited to perform a few songs as part of this esteemed showcase of NYC women who have been rockin' the scene with their power, wisdom and talent. I have so much respect for these fearless women. I'm ready to rock out at the historic Red Lion on March 8th!!!Read More
I'm headed to the SCBWI conference this weekend. I'm so excited to be surrounded by writers and illustrators, publishers and agents of children's books.Read More
Bullfrog Bullfrog was accepted to it's second film festival! SCIFF takes place Nov 3-6. I will let everyone know our screening date and time!
I composed the final song, Grenouille Taureau for this delightful little film. Congrats to Won27 Productions!Read More
This past week, I filmed a segment for Sesame Street. The one and only Sesame Street! (though now owned by HBO)
Sesame Street moments are some of my very earliest memories. We watched it all the time when I was a young girl of the 70's. Right from the start, Sesame Street showed me that learning is super fun.Read More
I'm playing tonight in Celebration of Michaelmass - a traditional holiday in celebration of St. Michael, and later including all the Arch Angels. I'll be debuting new material in gratitude around 9:00 @ Max Christopher's Original Thursdays at Greenhouse Cafe in Bay Ridge.Read More
I've long been into the “Science of Genius,” as Scientific American coined it. Since before I can remember, it seemed obvious to me that we all posses the potential for genius. Maybe my faith grew from the urban legend that we are only using 10% of our brains. Seemed logical enough to me that people like Einstein weren't more intelligence than the rest of us. They just cracked the code on how to use more of their brains.Read More
Today I'm happy to announce I'll be on Radio Free Brooklyn, talking all things Literary with Swan Drsti. I met her at a Sweet Soubrette show at the Basement Bar in Bushwick, thru the dear Ellia Bisker. It's perfect timing since 2016 is the year I've sworn to get my Children's Book "Masters of Trust" out into the world. You can listen in at 2:00 Eastern time, March 13th, at the link below. My dear friend and favorite comedian Lawson Leong will be joining us, sure to keep the conversation interesting.Read More
Last Thursday, we had a gig at the Rock Shop in Brooklyn. It was a full band formation which means 3 horns, violin, rhythm section and Ellia (songwriter) leading on vocals and ukelele. I adore playing with this band. Everyone in the band is accomplished and kind, fun to work with and gives 100%. I'm so thankful to be a part of it.Read More
I've heard that 2016 is a year of balance. While for some that might mean learning to take it easy, for other's it's about waking up... which happens to be 2 songs by Sweet Soubrette. Wow, I wasn't planning on writing about that here, but it's true. You can hear these songs via these links below and they will totally help you get into the spirit of 2016.Read More
"Music is a secret exercise in arithmetic of the soul, unaware of it's act of counting."
- Gottfried Liebniz 1646-1716Read More
On August 9th, I've officially made it two years in Brooklyn. Wow. Speechless to imagine all I've been through in the past 2 years, seems like a lifetime now.
When we make decisions in life, the important ones, hopefully we look back and realize we made them for all the right reasons.Read More