52 DAYS OF THE WAR OF ART
Coronavirus continues to ravage the U.S. with no end in sight. In addition to our front line workers, Artists, Singers, Actors and Musicians continue to experience an unprecedented and destabilizing disruption to their careers and a bleak professional outlook. For the next 52 weeks, I will be reading my favorite entries of Steven Pressfield’s book, The War of Art. An inspirational book for anyone who wants to start any kind of project, This work has continued to inspire me. I hope it inspires you, too! NEW POSTINGS EVERY WEDNESDAY.
LETTERS FROM NEW YORK: THE MUSIC OF CHRIS DEBLASIO
Singer, pianist and composer Chris DeBlasio was one of the greatest rising talents of his generation until his life was cut tragically cut short by illness and death. Letters from New York is an celebration of Chris' life and a New York that has long since disappeared. Featuring the song cycles, Villagers and In Endless Assent.
BUT NOT FOR ME: THE SONGS OF JUDY GARLAND
A celebration of the life and songs of Judy Garland. With such favorites as "Somewhere Over The Rainbow", "The Man That Got Away" and "Come Rain or Come Shine."
Photography by Liza Voll