After returning home from North Carolina, I felt a little nostalgic for the beauty of the Montreat grounds, so I painted this from an image I gathered on a hike while at the conference.
This reservoir on the Sanctuary Trail provided a welcome moment of tranquility.
Speaking of tranquility, I’ll be laying low for the next couple of months in order to finish a writing project that I’ve been working on. I’ll pop back out, new songs in tow, at the Harmony Bazaar Festival in Lockeport, Nova Scotia from July 10-12, 2015. Looking forward to it!
I’m down south in North Carolina at the Southeast Regional Folk Alliance (SERFA) conference in Montreat. Up here in the mountains, everything is bursting with green. I’m loving this close-knit, community-minded, talent-packed, spirited, and inspiring conference! I’ve already packed lots of learning, hiking, and music-making into the last three days and the best is yet […]
What a brilliant way to cap off a month on the road! The Ottawa Grassroots Festival was blooming and bursting with bright notes and warm audiences. I had a blast in my hometown, opening for Old Man Luedecke on Friday night, playing in a song circle with Connie Kaldor, Old Man Luedecke, and Terry Gillespie […]
I gave myself a week off in the middle of this tour so that I could attend East Coast Music Week for the very first time. What a party they’ve been throwing here in St. John’s, Newfoundland! I’ve met some wonderful people, reconnected with old friends, learned a lot in industry panels, and heard a […]