Ah sur VAH thum.
Okay, that's out of the way! Hah! The goddess-like Miz Sandy has been discussed in hushed tones since I've been in the Baltimore area. No doubt because she has been a professional journalist since the 1980's - and wrote an award-winning column for the City Paper here called "Underwhelmed."
It probably has everything to do with the fact that, when her CD called "Memoir" was released in 2007, W. Royal Stokes of The Village Voice called it the Best Jazz Debut of the Year.
The truth is, Sandy has a way of easily earning respect. Brilliant, multi-talented on piano and composing - with a wry look at life that recalls witty yesterdays - she is one of Charm City's true creative forces. And courageous. One of her projects is a re-visit and revision of Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon" - certainly a Hybrid endeavor! That work will be heard soon, courtesy of Sandy's co-founded Mobtown Moon group. It's set to be released in time for the original's 40th anniversary.
Sandy is going to also talk about her very different Valentine's Day show in our victorious RavensLand - the event is called "It's Complicated: Sandy Asirvatham Laughs at Love." And she'll offer her takes on inspirational artists from Coltrane to Cash to...Radiohead :)
We love our Quirky Kids, HON! Welcome to Baltimore fun and thoughtful Jazz and taking an idea to the next level. That's Sandy - and she's so much more! Find out here:
And HERE at two p.m. Eastern time. The music starts at ONE - and we'll give you a sneak preview of a song from that much anticipated tribute to Pink Floyd by Mobtown Magic. Thank you so much for ALL of your support.
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