Hi everyone, Joan here! Here is a long post for ya! 😉 Do you know how to listen to your body? Can you recognize when you need to stop what you're doing, what particular food your body is needing, or what exactly is causing that neck pain? For some years now, I've been learning to … Continue reading Listening To Your Body
Hi everyone! What a year! 2018 has definitely been a major year of growth. So much happened and I would not change a thing. I have a hard time saying that it had its "ups and downs" because everything that happened turned out to be in alignment with where I am supposed to be at … Continue reading 2018 Reflection
Hey everyone! Since it's October, I thought I'd bring on some Halloween vibes with this blog post. I have been playing church gigs for a very long time now. A while back, a church band I played in was invited to play a big convention a couple of years in a row. I'll leave out … Continue reading Gig Stories: The Exorcisms
I've been meaning to write this post since my birthday last month because I was reminded of why I own my red drum set, which I like to call "Big Red." 12 years ago, I was jamming a lot with some of my good college friends and had formed a jazz combo. We'd play at … Continue reading Big Red
Hey all! I just got back from playing two shows with my reggae band, SolRising. We've been doing these little weekend "runs" for the past several months since our lead singer had moved to Oakland. We didn't want to put the band on hold until he moves back to LA (we think/hope he will move … Continue reading On The Road: Weekend Run with SolRising
This is the first of a series of blog posts called, "Gig Stories." We all have our stories, of a gig gone wrong, a gig that you'd never want to experience again, a gig to look back on and laugh, etc. So here's the first of many... During my time at CSULB, I was looking for ways to be … Continue reading Gig Stories: Sheeva’s?
When I look back, it's kind of crazy to think of how I ended up here in LA, doing everything that I do now. I wish I can say that I'm a full-time musician, and my idea of that is making a living on performing, touring, recording, and teaching drums/music. In the meantime, I do everything … Continue reading How One Thing Led to the Next