I hope this finds you healthy and happy as the NEW YEAR begins! What
are you keen to focus on in the upcoming months? What are you looking forward
to on this next trip around the sun? I'm very curious! I love this time
of year as an opportunity to reflect and set intention, and to DREAM!
I hope 2013 holds more magic than you thought possible ~ may
it be filled to the brim with joy, synchronicity, passion, healing, and love *
January News: Opening for
Carrie Newcomer 1/18 The Sheldon and
Hutchinson 1/24 The Iron Horse
1) Radio 2) New Tour Template 3) Upcoming
1) JASMINE PARADE RADIOCAMPAIGN Do
you have a favorite radio station that plays folk, singersongwriters, Americana,
or roots music?! I'm in the process of sending Jasmine Parade to radio
stations all over the country, and I would LOVE to get it to your neighborhood!
If you know a station that needs my music, give me a shout with the station
name and I'll send them a pretty turquoise mailer with tunes : ) I'll send
you mail too, if you'd like your very own copy of Jasmine Parade, visit my website www.jennalindbo.com
2) NEW TOUR TEMPLATE
~ seeking captains in 5 cities this Spring I'm
excited to try out a new model of touring this year and I'd love your feedback and
ideas! Rather than playing in different towns every night, I'm keen to stay
a little longer in places I visit to connect more with your communities. Sound
good?! I really like the idea! In addition to playing concerts, I'll
be leading workshops, speaking to local Girl Scouts, sharing music at spiritual
services, working with local organizations to sponsor The Dream Ride, and visiting
schools to write songs and share the JOY of singing with kids around the country.
What else?! Maybe a moonlight ski tour and concert with hot cocoa? That
sounds good too! What do you envision in your community?
Next week I'm heading to St. Louis for 5 days to try
out this model for the first time. Stay tuned, and let me know if you have
ideas for my next trip in your area or if you'd like to help coordinate something
in your town!
few places I'll be touring in the coming months:
March ~ Oregon / April ~ Kentucky,
North Carolina, SE / May ~ Midwest with stops along the way and trips
to New England in between to visit a few of my favorite puppy dogs:
3) Upcoming Shows
University Children's Center ~ singing with kiddos in the morning! I taught
k-5 music in OR for a spell and once directed a chorus with 80 kids wearing reindeer
headbands (that was a sight!), so I look forward to the opportunity to share music
and do some singing with the little ones. What could be better?!
1/18 Friday: I'm honored to be opening
for Carrie Newcomer at The
Sheldon* This is a dream come true! Carrie
Newcomer is a deeply inspiring human being and one
of my favorite songwriters.
1/19Saturday ~ JOY
& FLOW: A Workshop to Cultivate Meaning and Purpose In Your Life
Sound like a good way to begin the new year? With
lively conversation, music, and activities to explore what brings joy and flow to
our lives, it will be an enriching experience indeed! I look forward to facilitating
this program with the one and only, Jill Stratton, and John Davis from
the Cramer Institute! Have a look at the full
description here and if it strikes a chord, sign up soon to reserve a space!
If you have friends in the area who might enjoy this event too, feel free
to pass along the invitation and encourage them to come too ~ the more the merrier!
1/24 Thursday: Opening for Meg
Hutchinson at The Iron Horse in Northampton, MA!
Righto! A fun little note since you're still tuned in! My music
has been accepted in the Music Genome Project and will be on PANDORA in a matter
of time! The submission process takes a bit of time, but before too long you'll
be able to have add a "Jenna Lindbo Station" to your mix on Pandora Radio!
Will keep you posted. It's Friday. Be good to yourself and have
a fabulous weekend! As always, thanks for listening and sharing my music with
people you love!
with a heart full of beats,
NEW ALBUM ~ JASMINE
PARADE produced by Lorne Entress and featuring Catie Curtis, Edie Carey,
Peter Mulvey, and Kai Welch