Do you think you don’t have any time to listen to an audio conversation with an amazing poet-for-hire, creative writing teacher for teens, and advocate for Evermore? Okay, I understand. . . but you might give it 3 minutes just to get a taste.
About That Song: “The Glory”
If you’ve ever dreamed of or imagined being famous you probably figured out that it’s good to be careful what you wish for.
It’s not what we are dealt that matters. . .
It’s not what we are dealt that shapes us, it’s how we choose to build a li
Interview: Brian QTN (Cutean) singer/songwriter and so much more . . .
…Being silly is serious business and turning the diabolical madness on its head with humour and art changes its affect on us…
Kerr-full Festival Afterglow
If you’ve never attended Kerrville Music Festival, you probably don’t know that it is a huge gathering of songwriters, players, listeners, and about 30,000 folks who belong. I have just returned from the Texas Hill Country after attending the 50th Annual celebration. I was only there for about one week out of the 18 days […]
Interview: Donna Mulhollan, Craftivist, and the Journey of the Cranes
We did an Interview with Still on the Hill last year and you responded. Donna Mulhollan (half of Still on the Hill) is a faceted artist, so I’m not surprised by all she’s been doing since the Pandemic has changed most of our plans. Sure, she’s that musician-songwriter-fiddler-performer… But I bet you can’t guess […]