You may have heard that Google has consolidated its Android market and music stores. Now they are consolidating the seasons: Spring hasn’t yet arrived in North America (or has it?) but Laura Veirs’ “Summer is The Champion” is served up on Google Play through the weekend for a free download. Whichever the case, it’s a cause for celebration!
ps. If you haven’t yet heard July Flame in its entirety, do yourself a favor and pick up, or download a copy.
Music made for kids– or at least with kids in mind– hasn’t had the best of reputations. Oh, the kids like it fine, sure, but it’s not them who’ve done the complaining. It’s parents who have been forced to endure the kind of earworms that make them start to wish the childhood years would speed along….
Laura here. It’s a dark and stormy night and I’m writing to express my thanks for your ongoing support over the years. Tim Young and Alex Guy and I are headed out on a tour (the last one for quite some time as I’m digging into songwriting in the coming months) and we’d love to see you! We are going to the UK on Saturday, and after that we’ll be playing a few select shows throughout the US. On most days be doing a matinee family show and a ‘normal’ show at night featuring some new original songs as well as many of the old faves. Please spread the word about these shows to your friends — we rely a lot on word of mouth. THANK YOU!
See dates with details and ticket links HERE.
A fan video edited by Chad Crouch of Team Raven Marching Band with public domain ‘found footage’ from archive.org.
I had the amazing experience of singing on stage with Peter of Peter, Paul and Mary last week! Here’s some footage from our show in Portland, OR. It was an incredibly uplifting show! – Laura
Performing “The Fox” in their adopted home of Melbourne Australia, former neighbor and musician Scott Garred (Super XX Man) and son Cy deliver a charming tribute.
Cy knew all the words, had to correct me and everything. I came home from work one night and he said, “Daddy, I have a new favorite song and it’s by Laura Veirs.”