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Lilly performing at the Knoxville Museum of Art for the Writer’s Block Concert Series. This was my first “big” performance, and my Alexander work was a huge help in dealing with “stage fright”. It was a real turning point for me because I was less focused on what people thought of me and I just enjoyed connecting with the audience and the meaning of the songs.

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I tried to write songs in high school, but I couldn’t  finish them. Twenty years later, my Alexander work helped to “unblock” my mind and I recently completed my first CD of original music.

Here’s one of my songs that I posted on Mother’s Day. I still have my Mother, and I know that many of you don't. I hope it brings back good memories for you. I’m singing and Josh Oliver is playing piano.

You can click on the song title

below to hear it.

    Here’s the cover photo for my first CD. It was a long-time dream to make an album, and in October 2013 I completed a recording of my original songs.

  You can find it locally at Union Avenue Books, Lost & Found Records, and Newport Family Dental Care. It’s available online on Amazon and CD Baby.

Next Performance

Date: Thursday, March 12, 2015

Time: 6:00--9:00 p.m.

Place: The Orangery, 5412 Kingston Pike

Phone: 865-588-2964

Genre: Jazz and Popular Classics