Musical Mama Blog
Proving, day after diaper filled day, that music and motherhood can mix.
Posted on February 4, 2016
I’ve always wanted a job I couldn’t wait to get to and didn’t want to leave. And I’d never really found it. After graduating college I discovered that not challenging myself on a regular basis turned my brain into...
"the history of creative culture is strewn with brilliant women who had children without compromising their genius — from Susan Sontag...to Patti Smith, who became a mother at forty-one and has continued to bestow her brilliant badassery upon the world in the decades since, often performing with her daughter" - Brainpickings
Read about Rose Kollar - lovely, classy lady
“I have written because it fulfilled me..And if you can do it for the joy, you can do it forever.” - Stephen King
Posted on January 28, 2016
Meg is a is a life of the party sort of person, energetic with a great sense of humor. She’s also an indomitable mom. I once watched her clamber up and down, very pregnant, in a snow covered playground in order to keep up with her young son.
Posted on February 11, 2016
1. Because there is nothing, absolutely nothing, like hearing your son whisper, with a shy smile, “Sing for me, mom.”
Posted on February 18, 2016
Jessi Mason is a treasure of a gal. She blew me away when I first saw her perform a couple of years ago - poised and genuine on stage (and only 15 years old!).