News from Carolyn
We’re starting more rehearsals, recording and booking live shows. After a very tough year, and many shows being cancelled, and then health issues, now we have some new songs and energy! We will be back onstage, too. And we’ll be doing duos, trios and full band shows soon.
With The Whitney Detroit’s gorgeous Music on the Patio Series, The Scarab Club poetry performance this summer in Detroit, a great upcoming House Concert in a beautiful Barn in Dexter, Michigan, a return of the full band to The Cadieux Cafe in Detroit, more dates are being added. We plan to be at The Lit Fest/Lit Walk at Wayne State University/Cass Corridor, The Congregation Cafe Detroit, along with The Indie Collaborative possibly in Newport, Rhode Island this Fall. We are also returning to the U.K. and possibly Italy again next summer 2022. We can’t wait!
I’m also a teacher, and we finished the year through virtual, in person/face to face, webex/zoom, masks, and everything to have this year work. And it did! Students finished strong, and the high school graduation at Meadowbrook Ampitheatre was beautiful. And I’m happy to say that I’ll be back on the air on Ferndale Radio, which is going to be having streaming services soon at 100.7 FM this Fall.
With many new songs I’ve written, my husband/guitarist Scott Dailey and I continue to record and move toward the new music in the studio. We’re also finally finishing the video for “I Will Rise. I’m grateful for so much! And there is also a new retrospective release coming out on Orchide Records Detroit.
Also, rest in peace to our friend, Pete Holden, and to Pete’s family and friends at The Isle of Wight where we had a wonderful performance at Rhythmtree Festival in 2018 (and were invited back again). Pete was an amazing, kind, legend and will be so missed.
Thanks for listening and to good health and love,
Photo by Detroit legend, Leni Sinclair
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