Just Music Things...

Our Tiny Desk Contest Video! (4-19-19) 

It was a little bit of a last minute decision, BUT my band and I decided to enter the NPR Tiny Desk Contest! With the help of my boyfriend, Zach Miles, and his friend Phil Bromhal (AKA First Grade Studios) we filmed my original song "High Expectations" to submit to the contest just in the nick of time! Here is the full YouTube video. I'm so proud of how this turned out. Filming for the first time with the band, I realized it's definitely not easy to sing, play guitar, stay in the moment, stay in time with your bandmates and think about ALL that while you're being filmed. It's a lot of multitasking, but we did it! And we will only keep getting better at it. 

I'm thinking of recording some acoustic videos to add to my YouTube channel next and I'm PUMPED to get that started.

Frozen Harbor! (2-22-19) 

I had my first show with my full band at Frozen Harbor Music Festival on February 22nd and it went SO WELL! So many people were able to could come see the show and it meant the world to me to have them there.

I was definitely a bit nervous before the show, but as soon as I got on stage the nerves faded away and I was able to play with my band just the way we had been practicing for weeks. It was an amazing opportunity to play in this festival. I also had a chance to hear other performers both Friday and Saturday night and it still hasn't quite hit me that my name was up there in the mix with them. 

To check out a little clip from the show you can find it here. It's the beginning of my original song called "Feel that Burn" a relatively new song that is quickly becoming one of my favorites to perform.

My Music Video is HERE!!! (11-2-18)  

WOW

I really can't believe I did this. I'm still somewhat in shock, but I put together a whole FREAKING MUSIC VIDEO! It is to my original song called "Bigger Person" and you can watch by clicking HERE

There I am, in a garage, rocking out to my song :D. It was such a blast to put this together, but also a TON of work. None of this would have been possible without Stuart Ruston, the incredible director. He spent countless hours planning with me what we wanted this video to look like, and then even more hours after editing the video to make sure it looked AMAZING. I also had so many wonderful friends and family who spent a whole weekend in July (two 10 hour days) helping out on and off set.

I didn't realize just how many humans it takes to put something like this together, but it is for sure a joint effort and I loved every minute of it. I'm honestly already starting to brainstorm ideas for what kind of music video I would do for my other songs.