Ed and I had so much fun at the CD baby conference! It was our first time back to Nashville in many years, and we saw parts of it that we hadn't seen the first time. And the experience of the conference itself was worth the trip! But add to that, we got to sit in on a recording session where Nick Buda (Taylor Swift's drummer), Dave Francis, well-known Nashville bass player, and Pat Bucanan, electric guitarist, (who was voted Country Music's Number 1 Guitarist) were all in the room together at the same time creating amazing arrangements right on the spot. And that's how it gets done. Very eye-opening just how good you have to be. And the next day, we came back to that studio, and our original song was recorded there. Beyond overwhelming:)

We're so lucky to have Matt Koziol, country music vocalist, and Cliff Goldmacher, producer, recording engineer, musician and educatior, to demo our newest song!

We're so lucky to have Matt Koziol, country music vocalist, and Cliff Goldmacher, producer, recording engineer, musician and educatior, to demo our newest song!

We made it to The Grand Ole Opry! What an incredible show! We saw Chris Janson and so many other headliners-mindblowing experience!

We made it to The Grand Ole Opry! What an incredible show! We saw Chris Janson and so many other headliners-mindblowing experience!

Wow, what a hot start to this summer of 2018 so far, but it's all good:)  We have a bunch of shows that we booked to keep both young and old alike happy in July and August. And we just finished a late June performance at our first ever Montessori School- it was awesome!

If you want to see our upcoming Events, go to 'Shows.'

 

Then, at the end of August, we're going to Nashville, TN!!!! We are attending, networking, and  performing at the CD Baby Conference there. (Which starts on...the 24th! Yeesh-there's that number again, hahaha:)  To reward ourselves for our efforts with our own music,  we booked ourselves 2nd-row-center seats to see a show at The Grand Ole Opry to culminate our Nashville journey- very excited:)

 

Then, when we return, we'll be busy practicing because...

 On September 24th, we will be among a handful of musicians who were selected to perform, at a Long Island Libraries Showcase, where more than 80 librarians from Nassau and Suffolk counties will be selecting new talent for their library branch shows. Wish us luck!

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Hi- May is turning out to be awesome! Ed and I are doing an NSAI showcase at the Sidewalk Café in Manhattan on May 20th.  If you're in the New York area, we'd love to see you there! Some old friends have already told us they're coming...and we can't wait to see them! A night at the Sidewalk Café is always fun- great music, people. Good drinks. And they make a super burger:)

 

Glad to see you again!  April is starting out great so far, we're booked for an amazing Children's Music Event at the Hillside Public Library July 24th- "Music Rocks In The Library,"  and...we were selected to perform for a hard-to-get Children's Music Library Showcase on September 24th, (do you think 24 is our lucky number?) enabling us to reach more than 80 libraries looking for performers-great opportunity. Wish us luck:)

Oh and it's my birthday this month-you guessed it...On the 24th! 

Once again Ed and I are featured on womenofsubstanceradio.com!

This time, on March 9th, Show #762,  look out for our song The Road Back, closing out the series of 3 "Me Too" shows. We are so honored to be part of such a brave mission. It's a jazzy-blues tune, with a message of recovery for those who have been haunted by memories of sexual abuse and harrassment, breaking free from the shame, and bringing hope for the future.  

It's been a really amazing February! Our songs Love Comes Around, Between the Lines, Happiness and our cover of Heart and Soul were featured on 4 different Valentines Day podcasts for womenofsubstanceradio.com.  Check us out on iTunes; we're in shows #745, #748, #750 and #752.  

Also...

Ed and I are currently accepting a limited number of new students in the areas of voice, piano, and guitar. If you are in the New York City area, please feel free to contact us. We really do love and miss teaching:)