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Lena Corazon is a lampshade-wearing instigator of epic proportions. Y’all do know that she was the real force behind several of the Undie Chronicles, right? Speaking of epic…Friday night’s party at the #myWANA hashtag on Twitter was an absolute blast! … Continue reading
OMG, I’m still sore from starting the party at Midnight and cutting a rug with Barbara McDowell and Lena Corazon, your #ROW80 Throwback Party co-hosts! Since I joined the party, these songs have been on the playlist: December, 1963 (Oh, What … Continue reading
To quote Kristen Lamb: SQUEEEEEEEEEEEE! I have fun news! For the next several days it’s gonna be recess on the playground here on More Cowbell (and in several other places). I mean, seriously fun PLAY TIME where we: Romp. Cavort. … Continue reading
After a Saturday of inspiration and brainstorming techniques from a successful writer, I asked a musician friend of mine the following question:
“You’ve made an album a year for TWENTY years now. What is the creative process that allows you to do that?”
He smiled at me, a really benevolent cozy smile that made me feel better about bringing work to his Saturday night of fun. And then he said, “I don’t really know.”
My response: WHAT? That’s it? Come on! I thought this music business was different than being a writer. That’s what all my writer pals would say. Continue reading