Your brain is always active, whether you’re doing a task as simple as sipping a latte, or as complex as interpreting the meaning … Continue reading Chillin to the soundtrack of your own brain – Remix!
I often talk about teens and music. Nurturing your teen’s self-esteem ought to be easy. Your child has so many … Continue reading Parents: How teens can improve self esteem with music
I’ve talked a lot about teens and their fundamental need to listen to music. In truth, there are three … Continue reading My HuffPost Science piece: Music and Alzheimer’s Patients
Please forgive me while I geek out. As a writer, magazine editor, and book lover, I have a natural curiosity … Continue reading How Music Was Printed in 1600
I’ve joined Huffington Post as a contributor. My first piece was published yesterday (yay)! Check it out: Why Teens Need … Continue reading My piece in HuffPost – Why Teens Need Their Music, 4 Secrets
If you’ve created something as magical as your own song, don’t you owe it yourself to make it the best … Continue reading How to Critique Your Own Song Writing: 10 Steps
Music has the power to influence our moods and feelings. According to recent studies from University of Groningen, listening to decidedly … Continue reading How music affects your brain – Be careful what you listen to
In my novel RADIO HEAD, Shelby Rey claims to be able to “hear” the music inside others. Whether that’s humanly … Continue reading A “real” Radio Head? Can humans hear inaudible sound?