Another great review came in, this time from
Joshua Smotherman at Middle Tennessee Music (MTM). Shouting out a huge THANK YOU!!!
Michele McLaughlin takes you on a journey through the last several years of her life, through music. She tells the stories behind the songs on her latest six albums since becoming a full time musician. Enjoy.Read More
Lisa Downing came to town last weekend for a big hang and fun concert weekend. She had never visited Salt Lake City before, so she flew in on Thursday so we could have time to go sightseeing and have some fun on top of our big concert night. I picked her up from the airport, we came back to my house to hang out for a while and then we went sightseeing through downtown Salt Lake City. I took her to Temple Square, to the State Capitol Building, and up and down historic South Temple street. The next day we enjoyed breakfast in the sunshine on the back deck while the piano was tuned, took a nice canyon drive up Big Cottonwood Canyon, and Little Cottonwood Canyon, and enjoyed a gorgeous sunset while we ate dinner on the front porch. A wonderful, relaxing day, just hanging out.Read More
I had the absolute pleasure to talk with Linda Rez of Minstrel and Muse on Talk Radio. You can listen to the complete interview here:Read More
The One World Music "Album Show" featuring Michele McLaughlin's new album Undercurrent. Click the play button below to listen.Read More
I wrote Synesthesia while I was on tour in the summer of 2013. I was in Boston, at M. Steinert & Sons, and it was pouring rain that day, so we asked them if we could hang out for a couple of hours before the show started. They had the most incredible Steinway D on stage, it was perhaps the best Steinway I'd ever played. I bonded and connected with that piano immediately. The music just came to me, and I composed this song while sitting in that hall waiting for our show to start. I deeply felt the music, I experienced it, I saw it, it moved me. It was a whole body experience that I'll never forget. Synesthesia means "a sensation produced in one modality when a stimulus is applied to another modality, as when the hearing of a certain sound induces the visualization of a certain color."Read More
Stepping Stones is about all the paths we take in life, based on the decisions we make. Each decision we make, sets us on a new path. Each path leads us to new decisions and new experiences. We are in a constant state of progression and the stepping stones lead us along the wayRead More