Happy 2012 Everyone! I hope you’re all enjoying our mild winter, I know I am.
This year is going to rock, I can feel it already. This past week, I had so much fun interviewing some really amazing women. Each one creative, smart, engaging and dynamic. First up, Neshama Carlebach. Neshama is a performer who will be appearing in Nashville on January 14th at 3rd & Lindsley (a really fun music venue). She is touring and performing with the Green Pastures Baptist Church Choir from New York and their collaboration is something you’re not going to want to miss. Neshama is the daughter of famous Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, who revolutionized Jewish music. Neshama is carrying on his work, but gives it all her own unique spin. She really appeals to all audiences. Listen to her interview. Tickets are still available, but are going fast. Call West End Synagogue for reservations: 615-269-4592.
If you want to see a preview of Neshama and the Choir, watch this! You won’t want to miss this concert!
My second interview this week was with my dear friend, Margit Crane. Margit’s new book “How To Train Your Parents in 61/2 Days” is the Bible for raising teens. It’s funny, direct, warm and will help you and your teen navigate these often-times confusing years. Listen to Margit and then get a copy of her book for your teen and one for yourself! It is a “must-read”!
That’s about it for now, folks. Have a great weekend and be listening and reading. I’ve got some great interviews coming your way. Ciao darlings!