Tag Archives: music

I always did well in school.

Kate/ February 15, 2011/ blog

It took me 37 years, but I now understand just how important my natural “talents” were for my success in school. The right side of my brain carried me through with its affinity for writing, drawing and language. My memory was highly visual, and I relied heavily

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Awards!

Kate/ November 3, 2010/ news

American Laundromat Records has announced that Sing Me to Sleep: Indie Lullabies has received the following music awards: 2010 NAPPA Gold Medal (Music: Lullabies category) 2010 Seal of Excellence from Creative Child Magazine (CDs: Sleep aids category) I’m both giddy and honored to receive recognition from these highly-respected parenting

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Featured in the July 2010 issue of Word mag

Kate/ August 24, 2010/ news

From IndieLullabies.com: “‘Stage invasions aren’t supposed to be this cute. As sprightly folk-popsters The Leisure Society launch into their second number, a two-year-old wobbles up to the front of the stage, making it to the edge before he’s whisked off by his mother to a murmur of

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No sleep til bloodbuzz

Kate/ August 3, 2010/ blog

Last week I spent a good solid 5 days in New York City via Brooklyn—the longest I’ve ever stayed in the big, big city. I hadn’t planned it that way. The original purpose of the trip was the Illustrator’s Intensive hosted by the Metro NY chapter of

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“Sing Me to Sleep” Pre-Orders Available

Kate/ September 22, 2009/ kids, news

Have kids or insomnia (or both)? Love indie music? American Laundromat Records is now taking pre-orders for Sing Me to Sleep – Indie Lullabies, a compilation of gorgeously soothing, non-traditional lullabies performed by indie artists. As co-producer I have had the joy of handpicking and inviting many

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