Many of you have followed patiently along as I rambled about my performances in the past year with my friend and singer/songwriter Carrie and her husband Eric. Well, what started as a little shindig doing back-up vocals for her has evolved. We are coming together as a true unit, and somewhere along the way we went from being three people who happened to be doing some songs together to being a band.
One thing that I love about our band is that all three of us are songwriters and contributors of music. This makes for a fun and interesting array of numbers–though we hope to have a cohesive style, the different music we all bring to the table adds a fun twist.
So with all that said, I’m thrilled to announce our brand-spankin’ new band name: Thornfield.
Note: Please feel welcome to throw confetti, unfurl party streamers, and don a silly pointed hat at this juncture.
Today I am shutting up already, and simply sharing our new website with all y’all. You can find our schedule of gigs/live performances, video and audio recordings of some of our performances, pictures, etc. On that note, anyone who’s in town this Saturday: we’re performing at 7pm at our regular CityGrounds gig in Lincoln Park. Be there or be a crankybutt.*
*Just kidding. No one’s a crankybutt. Everyone is lovely, I love the world, the sun shines when you smile, etc. etc.
If you can’t make it to our gig but want to hear a little of our sound, please listen to the fabulous song “Dinosaur” written by Eric and performed by the 3 of us. It’s one of my faves.