Hello! How are you?
Hope you are doing well + staying cool!
Just a quick note that I will be hosting a songwriting workshop series with Jersey City Public Library, for their Teen Program in June! This is a free zoom workshop, all ages and experience levels welcome! (no guitars or microphones needed). You can bring your song ideas to share and we can write something together. Also! Playing a real live show in the Western Catskills on July 31st with the full band at Cab Frank
Hello! How are you?
Hope you are staying safe + doing well!
I'm pleased to announce that I will be hosting a songwriting workshop series with Jersey City Public Library, with the first installment happening next Thursday, January 28th at 4pm EST. These will be free zoom workshops, all ages and experience levels welcome! (no guitars or microphones needed). You can bring your song ideas to share and we can write something together.
Jersey City Public Library
Hello! How are you? Are you staying safe and healthy and cool? I have been staying busy, working quietly behind the scenes on a few things rather than out in the world. The new record is still a work in progress, but we're working on the last song - which is of course, the most heartbreaking one of them all. Then there are some re-dos (vocals) and some things to add, mixing. But it's getting close! I did get the opportunity to perform with my pal Colin Dempsey at an outdoor s
Hello! Wow. Hi. When I imagined 2020 as a kid, or even a few months ago, it had a very different shape. In my head it was futuristic and fun, inventive, yet flawed, shiny and exciting. I had silver hovercraft optimistic expectations of how things might go, based on how life has operated in the past. Boy was I wrong. Well, since I wrote to you in January, life as we know it has changed. A tornado hit my neighborhood on March 3rd, taking out power and water and completely destr
Welcome to 2020! Hope your new decade is going well so far; personally, it's making me feel a little nostalgic. The 2010s were a spectacular, productive, and also challenging decade for Ruby Rae. I started writing songs not-so-secretly under the name Ruby Rae soon after moving to NYC, but did not fully pursue them as a creative project until 2009, so it has felt pretty significant to this past ten years. So to celebrate, I'm including some vintage 2010 photos in this newslett