I saw an Olympic event today in which a woman with a (hula) hoop was doing a routine. The announcer referred to it as her "apparatus", which sounds fancier than "hoop". Anyway, I didn't know there was an Olympic event involving hoops.
I've been jumping through multiple hoops lately but it seems nobody has noticed (I guess that's why I haven't gotten any medals, ha!). Just when I thought I couldn't be on a tech support call any longer, I beat my own record-it lasted from 7:30 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. (well, actually 2 calls). My landline was out, the internet was out, and email was out. I was on my cell so long that the battery died. I now know several gentlemen in India by their first names :)
Anyway, I was faced today with choosing the genre for my new album, MUSEUM TOUR: The Musical, for CD Baby and Jango internet radio. The musical is based on my 10-minute play, MUSEUM TOUR. The storyline goes: The Old West meets The Twilight Zone when a sophisticated Angeleno visits a Western museum. Musically, I describe it as "Americana with a Broadway twist". In addition to piano, one song uses drums and another, banjo. Country or Musical? Which artists do we sound like? Let me know what you think!
A Personal Note from Stephanie
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