Yes, the moment is here! “Indigo Shades” is now online. You can find it on:
Amazon Music ($4.95 or free with music unlimited)
With Indigo Shades about to make its online debut (I know, right?!), it seems only right that the credits from the CD case be online too.
Lyrics, melodies, and vocals were written and performed by Theresa Schneider
Piano by Theresa Schneider
Acoustic Guitar by Dan Shields
Percussion by George Perilli
Base Guitar by Hollis Greathouse
Recorded, Mixed, Mastered, and Produced by Hollis Greathouse at Audible Images Recording Studio
Album Art by Jess Starwood at Starwood Arts
Thank you to the Creator for bringing music into the world. Thank you to my family, friends, and the countless others who have supported me on this journey. It’s been an experience that I will treasure, and I’m grateful you all could be a part of it. Thank you to my parents who endured my constant piano playing at all hours. Your support has meant worlds to me. Finally, thank you to the person who is listening to this album for letting my music into your life. I hope it brings you comfort.
I thought I could make my lazy heart happy if I picked a song with only four chords and knocked it out in an afternoon. Then I spent three days working on (i.e. angsting over) the harmonies. Ah well, so much for laziness. It turned out quite nice, at least. Check it out!
Told y’all I’d post another cover in the next 5 years! 😉
I was pretty psyched to perform “When Will My Life Begin?” during a zoom talent show. If you’re not familiar with it, it’s the song Rapunzel sings while she’s stuck in her tower trying to find things to do. Truly the most relevant song of 2020.
Enjoy and stay safe everyone!
Something a little different today! I got to help my friend film a “Clue”-themed video for her TikTok channel.
Whodunnit? I think we all look pretty guilty! 😮
@bibliothecarisZoom Game Night is the scene of the crime 💜:@moonlightbulb 💛:@bibliotekar7 ##clue ##tiktokdiy ##keepingbusy ##musiclives
Lately I’ve had that rare unicorn-esque combination of free time, physical health, and mental health, which is a very nice thing to have! And which means I was able to sit down and do some artistic soul searching. Continue reading
Ok, so deciding to write every week was a failed experiment. That’s why this blog is for fun and not for profit. 🙂 Continue reading
Here are the coaster sets I didn’t get a chance to share last week! Irish symbols for my aunt and a music tree for my grandmother:
For last week’s Buddha coasters, I just cropped some existing photos, but with the sets pictured here I took time to edit the images before printing. So I’m quite proud of how they turned out. Continue reading
In a shocking twist that surprises no one, it turns out the beginning of December is a terrible time to add responsibilities to my life. The day after I swore I would post on here once a week, I realized I was incredibly behind on Christmas planning. So I did what any normal, healthy person would do:
calmly assessed what I needed to finish and paced myself panicked, stressed the heck out, worked obsessively on presents every spare minute and late into the night until I made myself sick. Whelp.
My New Years’ Resolution is to not do that to myself again. But I probably will because stressing way too much over small things is kinda how I roll. 😉
On the bright side, the presents turned out AWESOME!!! And now that Christmas is over and everyone has their gifts, I can share some pictures with you fine people. ^_^ Continue reading