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October 10, 2016

Teaneck Sound and Pasta – In Her Hands!

After nearly two weeks of touring, The Whole World in Her Hands band was ready to enter the recording studio last Monday for three days of creating magic. Making a new album is exciting, demanding, nerve-wrecking, expensive – a grand adventure. I had prepared a repertoire of 12 tunes – a variety of originals and arrangements – and scheduled special guests and one of the best engineers over the past year. Here is the account of those three days at Teaneck Sound Studio – I can’t wait to share the results! (more…)

October 4, 2016

Tour Report #2

The adventure continued – come along on the road trip! Monday, September 26, we continued to Oberlin to present a clinic on Women in Jazz. It was quite an emotional day for our bassist Jennifer Vincent who found her love for jazz and her calling to be a jazz bassist as a student there and she hadn’t returned for 20 years. (more…)

September 26, 2016

Tour Diary and Queen of the Road

WWUnity1There are a few firsts on this Fall tour of the Whole World in Her Hands:

  1. I have never driven a 12-passenger van
  2. I have never driven a 12-passenger van through Manhattan
  3. I have never spent time with Leni Stern in a 12-passenger van
  4. I have never crossed the Virginia mountains in a 12-passenger van

And I must say all of these firsts have been actually fun, except driving the van through Manhattan. The tour is off to a great start. (more…)

September 1, 2016

The Time Flies – The Bloomington Sessions

timeflies-logo-400We had a fantastic summer diving back into our Fusion roots with several recordings and an incredible band – The Time Flies. (more…)

August 22, 2016

The Whole World in Her Hands On The Road

Layout 1The Whole World in Her Hands was released on June 10 on Whaling City Sounds and has been climbing the Jazz Radio Charts at a steady pace – hitting the Teens this week. Here is the making of video. 2016 is a milestone year with the first female presidential candidate and good chances for winning. Nevertheless, gender equality still has a long way to go especially in instrumental jazz with professional participation lingering in the single digits. Research has shown that creating role models is highly effective for changing participation patterns, hence we’ll continue with our mission to showcase amazing role models on the road and in the studio. I’m excited to announce the Fall Tour for The Whole World in Her Hands and the recording of our second album. (more…)