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Being on your own side is already hard enough, but the difficulty of it is often compounded by factors often outside of our control. A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of speaking with Chelsea O’Donnell, the heart of musical project “Stress Dolls,” about her band, her music, and how chronic illness has affected both her personal life and her creative career.… read more.
On the anniversary of the death of Malvina Reynolds in 1978, we’re taking the opportunity to celebrate her life!
Malvina Reynolds was an American folk singer-songwriter, probably best known for her 1962 song “Little Boxes.” Unlike the majority of female musicians, Malvina began her career later in life, returning to school at UC Berkeley and studying music theory in her mid-forties. … read more.