Therapy Sisters - Zoom Concert and Open Mic
30-minute Zoom Concert featuring The Therapy Sisters
Sandra Valls is not feeling well, so we got the Therapy Sisters to help out.
The Therapy Sisters need help. It's too late for Prozac; this is a pair of "twisted sisters." Lisa Rogers and Maurine McLean make up this psychotic duo of songsters, and their CD, "SOUND MIND" is a whimsical gem. The pair take a fun-poking view of life, saying so many of the things we all think to ourselves, but are too "normal" to sing about in public. The Therapy Sisters are at home while taking a jab at corporate America in "GM" or bending the Freudian to its limit in "Sleeping Her Way To The Top." The pop-folk-styled twosome have put together fourteen cuts, and each one is a clever and oft hilarious look at our surroundings with a complete absence of political correctness. If you are currently taking Lithium, try a dose of The Therapy Sisters. It couldn't hurt, and maybe you could share your "Lithium with-ium." These two are due back at the home any time now, so buy this highly enjoyable and therapeutic CD today! It's only $12.49, unless you have mental health insurance. (Do not operate heavy machinery while listening to this CD, as the wild laughter could cause you to lose control.) The Therapy Sisters are talented members of The Austin Conspiracy.
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Followed by a 90-minute Open Mic hosted by Nancy Scott
Nancy Scott is a long-time performer who has been instrumental in encouraging other artists and promoting women's music. She hosted a monthly singer-songwriter circle at Patsy's Café in Austin for 9 years and she encourages new performers while hosting the Living Room stage at NWMF every year. For over 45 years she has been creating songs, ranging from folk to blues blended with a touch of country, that draw upon her daily experiences and express her soul. She was selected for NWMFs open mic in 2004 and performed on the Spotlight Stage in 2007. In addition to her solo gigs, Nancy has played in the Peoples Orchestra of Austin and joined other musicians at Texas women's prisons, performed at benefits, and also did kid's shows for 6 years in the 90s. Her most recent recording is Heartprints in Clay, 1995. A new recording will be in the works within the year. She received the NWMF Jane Schliessman Award for Contributions to Women's Music in 2018.
Schedule - All shows start at 7pm (central time zone)
7pm - Nancy Scott - Open Mic
7:15 - Therapy Sisters
7:45-9:00pm - Nancy Scott - Open Mic
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