Thank you for visiting the music page. I am proud of this music. The humor and the blunt honesty in this C.D., Crazy To Sane, makes it unique and as such it is a slightly risky venture. This abbreviated – and somewhat adapted – version of my one-woman show is based on the true story of adopting, raising, and healing autistic children and grandchildren. It is also the story of the child that is left behind.
The music is awesome! The stories are real! I share from the perspective of my life because my children preferred I not share from the perspective of theirs. As a means of underscoring the message as well as reaching across generational taste lines the music in the show ranges from rock to blues to cabaret. And of course Crazy To Sane carries the message of how to go from this to that.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Though the language I use to tell of my adventures is family friendly the content, on occasion, is not. Thus just in case you want to sing-a-long in the car without concern for little ears I included a ‘songs only’ disk with your package.
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Now, in case you’re wondering why on earth I would sing my message, I’m more than happy to share. Because I’ve always loved to sing! And to write music with a message! When all eight of my children were still young and quite challenged, I produced my first CD Sing Me A Song…. Please! and we went on a road trip. You know, your usual family adventure. Performing comedy and music in prisons throughout North America, selling a message of making something good out of something bad, and also selling my CD. That old story. 😉 The family learned so much on that trip, and I got to show them that going after your dream means putting aside doubts and fears, sometimes looking people in the eye when they tell you your nuts, and doing it. I am proud of the music from that CD as well, and would love to share with you.