Hi All! I have been singing for as long as I can remember...first with Mom's R&B/folk rock records at home, and in the backseat of Dad's car where we would harmonize to barbershop tunes and golden oldies. In the third grade, Mom handed me a ukulele, 7 chord positions and a Weavers songbook. I graduated to acoustic guitar, then flute, then tenor sax. The singing stuck: musical theater, school and All State/All New England concert and jazz choirs and lead singer in a rock band. In college, I joined an all-female a Capella group and a gospel choir (my fav!). In my 20's and 30's, being a Mom became Job #1 and singing fell to the wayside.
5 years ago, I was fortunate enough to find these incredible musicians that I am so proud to call my musical family. I have learned so much from each of them and they challenge me to do more vocally than I ever thought possible. And it turns out that our vocal harmonies are pure magic. For real. Hand percussion was new to me but now it flows without effort and gives my hands something fun to do when we're cruising through a song. Did I mention FUN? Oh my, do we have lots of that! Thanks for visiting and I hope to see you and yours at an upcoming show!