'You can call me folk, you can call me country...' (from 'Goin' Down to Austin') Contemporary and traditional sounds make their way through my music and I blend together many styles, including Celtic, jazz, folk and country. I am a piano and hammer dulcimer player. 'Goin' Down to Austin,' is a salute to Austin and the great musicians who came from there (and maybe I'll be invited sometime). 'Come and Behold' is a tribute to my mother and to the 9/11 tragedy, 'Banks of Niagara,' an instrumental for piano and hammer dulcimer, 'Nowhere Without You,' a song of longing for someone you've never met, 'Take Me to the Fair,' about a stroll through a country fair and to places beyond, and the title cut, 'Come Tomorrow,' a jazz love tune. There are lots of other great songs as well. Click on the audio and listen! I am originally from Buffalo, NY and have been in Colorado for over 15 years. My husband, Will, is a doctor and a great storyteller and I have two great kids, Allison and Miles. I have played the piano since I was a kid and learned the hammer dulcimer when I lived in Iowa in the mid-80's. I love to play Celtic and old-time fiddle music on the dulcimer. Different themes run through my music. Some of the heavier tunes come from my experiences with other people and their situations. I generally write about love, adventure, and possibilities to come. I am a huge optimist and can't help myself. I hope you will enjoy my music. It's positive and joyful, melodic and lyrical. You won't be able to keep yourself from singing along. I play with some of the greatest Colorado musicians from both Colorado Springs and Denver.
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