After presenting my song at singing class last month, I was really bummed. I took a huge step outside my comfort zone, tried lots of new things and put myself out there. But I guess somehow it didn’t translate into the video, or wasn’t perceived like that by everyone and one of the feedbacks thatContinue reading “Sängerschmiede Part 6 – “Kann I sein””
As you’ve probably seen by now either on Instagram or Facebook, I’ll be playing and giving a workshop at the Tropical Winter Ukulele Festival (TWUF) in Finland. It seems as if the Scandinavian countries are much more interested in my music than anyone else. I don’t know why, but I love it, because every timeContinue reading “The Road to Finland”
As you all know, I mainly write in English. I do however like a good challenge so I thought I should try myself on a German song again.
A little warning ahead – this song might not be for the easily offended or the faint-hearted. So proceed with caution.
I really enjoyed the latest songwriting sessions with my husband Greg. He has a background in writing so I feel like he really brings an interesting set of skills to our sessions. “The Rain” is by far my favorite song that we did together and I hope you enjoy it just as much.
On my Way is a song that I started writing a couple of months ago. Well actually I came up with the chord progression and melody for the chorus somewhere in a hotel room.
Hey lovelies, hope you are ready for another fun, animal song. I’ve been on holidays together with my husband, and somehow we both were in songwriting mood. As you probably know, we’ve been writing “Executive Realness Monkey Business” together and our recent collab includes animals as well. But there’s a bit more to the storyContinue reading ““Dance with me” – Original Song”
As you all know, I’m a huge Amanda Palmer fan. Last weekend she started a songwriting contest and of course, I had to enter it. There’s also a back story as to why she started the contest:
Last weekend it finally happened – my first performance on main stage at Oslo Ukulele Festival. If you’ve read the whole series about the Road to Oslo, you already know what got me here, so I just want to focus on how it went now.
In an attempt to get better with live gigs and playing in front of a real audience I did some open-mics at GNUF and Austrian Ukulele Festival. I thought it might be a good topic for an own blog entry, so here it is.