The artist's life

The way forward through the pandemic

It has been seven months since we shuttered our world from the onslaught of this virus, closing concert halls, bars, theatres and places for live music.  We bravely signed into Facebook and Instagram, Zoom and YouTube to connect in any ...
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Could the Pandemic Be a Blessing?

No one wants to think that the current COVID 19 pandemic could be anything but a terrible blow to the music industry. Artists have lost most of their income streams, and without live shows, that all too critical audience interaction ...
The artist's life

On relating to audiences and connecting with fans

Everyone wants to be loved; maybe artists more than others.  We need that feedback, that visceral moment when our hearts seem to connect. We need to know we are appreciated and that someone gets us. It’s often the reason we ...
The artist's life

Jane Eamon contemplates the “f-word”: folk

People often ask me what I do. When I say I’m a singer-songwriter-musician, they always ask, “What kind of music?”I have to admit I say everything but folk. Blues, gospel, country, pop – everything but folk. But in truth, I ...