From what I hear, this month has been a MOOONTH for everyone. A month of change, sadness, craziness, hurt, etc. It definitely has been a roller coaster for me! Usually the feeling that follows all of the ones listed is anxiety. Anxiousness about doing the right thing, saying the right thing – you know all of the […]Read more "mood beaters: anxious"
This is a word the kids are using a lot now a days (okay… now that I sound 80) – but it’s actually pretty relatable for this time of year when lots of things are changing, including the weather. Give it a listen and a follow if think you’ll feel “shook” at some other point […]Read more "mood beaters: shook"
Tomorrow marks my parents 27 year anniversary so their present was something they’d been asking for, for a long time: a recording of their wedding song, “Do I Love You?” by Ella Fitzgerald. I finally took on the challenge since they took on the challenge of raising me. They’ve always been the greatest example of […]Read more "Do I Love You?"
Blissful moments for me, are different than happy moment or exciting ones. They’re moments where you’re content in the calmness and you feel like nothing needs to change or be done differently because you’re in total bliss with how they are. Mine come from Sunday afternoon cuddles watching Friends and knowing that all of the […]Read more "mood beaters: blissful"
I’ve coined the term “think song” as a piece of music that makes you reflect on things and see your problems through a new perspective. The kind of song that you feel was written for you and a situation you’ve been in. The type where you’re not sure how someone else could relate so perfectly. […]Read more "Kailey Miller’s ‘Broken’ Is Your “Think Song”"
Hailing from Fort Worth, TX, The Unlikely Candidates took hold of Nashville this month at a local venue known as High Watt. Playing songs new and old, they focused on tracks off of their February release, Bed of Liars. I talked to the band after their set to learn more about the story behind their formation and their […]Read more "The Unlikely Candidates Likely to Return to Nashville"
Hailing from Austin, by way of the UK, Beat Root Revival is a folk duo composed by Ben Jones and Andrea Magee. On May 13th of this year, the duo released their self-titled album through New Orleans-based, Toulouse Records. With a collection of sentimental stories and unforgettable hooks, the album allows for two worlds to […]Read more "Beat Root Revival at Mercy Lounge 8/5/16"