March 2020 – Isolation Songs 5

Making and sharing music is about the only thing that feels normal right now. I am so blessed to be able to make music with my partner – sometimes it is hard for me to believe I turned my back on singing for fourteen years. I just love it so much.

Thank you for having a listen – we really hope it brightens your day. And thanks so much to the folks who have left us tips – it is so helpful on so many levels. We are so touched and grateful.

Big love, Everybody!

Photo: Jack White, photographer unknown from Uncut

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Holly hails from an illustrious lineage of fortune tellers, yogis, folk healers, troubadours and poets of the fine and mystical arts. Shape-shifting Tantric Siren of the Lunar Mysteries, she surfs the ebbs and flows of the multiverse on the Pure Sound of Creation. Her alchemy is Sacred Folly — revolutionary transformation through Love, deep play, Beauty, and music.

4 thoughts on “March 2020 – Isolation Songs 5

  1. You two really got down doing “What’s Done is done.” Now that you have introduced the mandolin and what looks like a travel Strat hanging on the wall behind you, you need to play them in some of your future Isolation Songs. Like a play, all weapons in the scene have to be used, all instruments in the video need to be played.

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      1. A lefty? Do you have a Jimi Hendrix Strat? I’ve had to relearn to play guitar. I played flamenco guitar for years, but after two bouts with cancer, my fingertips are numb from chemo and weak with arthritis. I’ve been playing electric guitars, which are easier, but I fumble around a lot because I can’t feel the strings very well. A friend got me into building electric guitars, and I recently assembled a fretless Strat-style guitar that another friend named the Serengeti Strat. The fretless neck makes playing easier in many ways with super low action, but also a challenge because I have to be really accurate with my fingering. Surprisingly, I can play it quite well. I play in on song on the post called Silver and the Serengeti Strat.

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