Thanks to Danica from Living the Beautiful Life for nominating me for the Five-day Music challenge.
The Rules are:
Post a song a day for five consecutive days.
Post what the lyrics mean to you. (Optional)
Post the name of the song and video
Nominate two (or one) different blogger each day of the challenge
I love unexpected discoveries and one of my favorite sites for treasure hunts is the Internet Archives.
I found this yesterday and decided to make it my post for today.
Wendy Sayvetz is a street musician who performs in New York’s Grand Central Station.
Here is a brief bio:
For the past 6 years, this folk/pop urban troubadour has been heard in regular performance on the Tennessee marble stage of Grand Central Station’s magnificent main concourse, stranding encircling throngs of commuters with her crystal melodic command of eleven million cubic feet of beaux-arts space. Through her “steady gig” in New York City’s Arts for Transit/Music Under New York program, Wendy has recorded four albums in response to audience demand, selling 11,000 copies to date without any commercial distribution. In addition, her public performances have expanded to an ever-widening circle of clubs, coffeehouses, and concert series. Wendy has appeared on National Public Radio’s “Weekend Edition Sunday”, CNN affiliate Nippon TV’s “New York Forefront”, CBS television special “Grand Central Nonstop”, many local and regional radio shows, and in a nationally syndicated feature article originally published in New York Newsday.
Artist Bio: Internet Archives
Go And Catch a Falling Star
My nominees are: