I was brought up on a love and appreciation of good music from a very young age. My Mama taught my sister and I how to jitterbug right in the middle of the living room and played record after record on Saturday nights while we just listened, sang along and danced. I remember a pan of warm brownies nearby, candles lit, and a well tuned whistling Daddy off in the distance. Those are precious memories for me.
Back then we listened to a lot of folk and classic country, which is why I think I so easily developed such an undeniable love and appreciation for Bluegrass. It just fits.
With a passion and respect for providing a quality product to the public and a professional background in Marketing and Sales, the evolution of my career into Promotions and Publicity for Musicians made perfect sense. Also, being married to a Banjo player, Bluegrass is sort of our life and love around these parts.
There is nothing that speaks volumes more than the comradery of the Bluegrass Community. The love and support that the artists feel for each other, the joys they share, the heartbreaks they pray about together, and the songs they pour their hearts out about each and every day without fail that showcase all of those emotions. These people are real. They are family.
There is no place I would rather hang my hat than on a wall in a world where I am allowed to help further the music and community of such wonderful friends…wonderful families.