Play FREE BIRD!!!!!

As one who made 10 cups of coffee yesterday morning and forgot to place the pot on the burner, I could probably stand to work on my multi-tasking….

Bonus points on the way cute organ shoes, too.

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Melly’s Music Links

Info on a few upcoming shows I’m performing in:

Stravinsky Masterpieces at Park Avenue Armory

Symphony of Psalms
Requiem Canticles
Saturday April 19th, 7:30 pm

Early Romantic Masters
Clarion Music Society
Music of Schubert, Mendelssohn and Donizetti
Church of St. Ignatius Loyola
May 7th, 8:00 pm

Newspeak Ensemble
Which Side Are You On? Music For and Against Frederic Rzewski
Music of Rzewski, Little, Hearne, Early, Bettison and Schanzer
May 2nd, Brooklyn Lyceum
This program will also be aired on WNYC

In between those rehearsals, Matt and Pete and I have been working up The Little Death for various venues in the summer and fall. When I’m awake I practice my play and sings and I am now working out poly-rhythms in my sleep with my feet. Of all the gigs I’m working right now, this one is by far the most challenging, and rewarding.

TimberBrit Forever!!

Ok….. all done TimberBrit for now…. (until our multiple city tour) Our last performance was in New Haven Saturday night, and it rocked! We have a great review in the New Haven Advocate, and HOT photos. Check it out…. it’s really nice to read an article by someone who had some real insight into the performance.

And yes, that’s a new wig… I drunkenly lost mine in the cab post first performance at the Tank.

Melly go sleepy now….

More TimberBrit Press….

For those of you following Melly’s tour of front page Ivy-League newspapers, the New Haven Advocate has a great front page spread on TimberBrit, including a great interview with Jacob Cooper. Not sure why they chose the photos they did, when we provided them with stills from the video performance, which were HOT, but they DID call my singing deranged. Fabulous!