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Hello friends!


Spring is in full, glorious bloom (albeit a chilly bloom this morning!) in Seattle.  And with that, comes a handful of performances and happenings in the world of Willow & The Embers!


I am thrilled to have been invited to perform at this year's Seattle NW Folklife!  It's been a few years since I've performed at this fun festival, and the Embers and I are really looking forward to our concert Sunday, May 24th 12:20pm - 12:50pm (https://www.facebook.com/events/453378844837697/).  We will  be playing songs from each of my records...from Seem To Have Nothing, to Break Your Heart Full, to Radio Sky!  A little 'Willow' retrospective if you will 


Speaking of things I am thrilled with...

I received a lovely email this morning from KSER 90.7 in Everett, letting my know that they have put Radio Sky into their rotation! Big thanks to KSER!  And to all our lovely North-end fans, feel free to send them an email or phone call and request us!  DJ/Request Line: 425-303-9076http://kser.org/about/contact 


And speaking of Radio Sky, we released our Radio Sky video a few months ago and you can find it on our WillowandTheEmbers youtube channel .  Check it out and feel free to share!


Kevin and I are closing in on our big move to Nashville this September.  We recently returned from another treck down south, played some music and scouted out places to live, places to work, places to eat...especially love finding places to eat!  While down there, we took a bit of a break from all the apartment hunting (and eating!), and recorded a new tune in the studio hallway of our good friends, David and Anika Bavas.  It's defiantly 'live' - you can hear the creaking of the floor, and a train in the back ground, and a little giggle afterwards - but it's always fun to share new things. For now we're calling it Drummer Boy


In addition to all of the above, we'll be performing at the Yakima Valley Folk Festival July 12th, and will be having our last Seattle concert July 25th on Lake Union. Further details on both to come.


In the meantime, thanks so much for lending your ears to our music...you make my heart full!