animated lyrics video premier today! and I play live 5-6:30pm!

First off, come see me at The Underground Music Cafe today 5-6:30pm in St. Paul, MN.


And Now:

Our animated lyrics video premieres TODAY on youtube!


If you like dogs and cars and boats and magical guys like Magic Marc Percansky, if you like cartoons, if you like gentle songs about finding love in a rough and sometimes lonely world, if you like women who write nice songs and sing them, if you like nice sons who animate their mom's music for them, if you like great music producers who make gorgeous sounding recordings for the women who live at their houses, if you like Doberman Pinschers, ...what else?

I've never been part of a project like this and I think it's given me a chance to step back from the personal nature of my music and find the universal in Marc Percansky's story of his twelve years so far with his wonderful dog Ruby.

I've seen the way Rob and my son Jordan and I can all work together on a creative project and make it great and make it fun.

I've realized how much work we've all done together over the past ten years.

I am very grateful to Magic Marc for coming along and giving me something to "pull my boat up on the shore" for. Watch the video and you'll see what I mean. This project has reminded me that I am not just another "lonely sailor cast out on the waves of a fickle sea".

Marc's story has "taught me to see the beauty, showed me the love all around me", and the project has set me free.

The biggest thing about it is that I showed myself that I can harness my creativity for the good of something bigger than my own self expression. 

Also, I can see that you never know when some brand new project will come to you from the wisdom of the Universe or God, however you look at it, and suddenly there is work and fun and creative spirit abounding.

This project has brought me all of that, and as you well know if you've been following this blog for a while, this all came during a crucial and dark time for me with my brother's tragic death.

To my dear brother, Bradley John Dundon, I only wish we could have saved you the way Ruby saved Marc and the way this project has saved me.

God bless you all today.

Enjoy our little video that was made with love from all of us to all of you.


Sally November 07, 2018 @06:37 pm
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