Episode 13 ~ The Creative Life with Robin and Andy Hasenpflug (Musicians)

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Robin and Andy Hasenpflug have been involved in music since they were young. ¬†Currently they teach, perform, write, and travel for their music all while raising their son. Listen in on our conversation which took place in their home in the town of Aspinwall, right outside of Pittsburgh. Find Robin at her web site¬† Find Andy at Soundcloud Mentioned in the Podcast… Ableton Freesound College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati Slippery Rock University American Dance Festival Symphonies and Chamber Orchestras where Robin plays Respighi’s “Pines of Rome” Girl Boss Radio…read more

and the week goes on and on and on…

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we’ve been under a thick layer of snow since monday. i know that “thick” is relative as new england is under feet and we’re under mere inches. but if i can’t see the grass, then it doesn’t matter how many inches or feet is there: snow is snow is snow, and it means boots and gloves and hats and heavy coats that make strapping three boys into three carseats difficult and it also means the endless puddles of melted snow after a five second walk from the car. oops, sorry,…read more


the most influential musician of all time

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well, in my world at least. i know i’ve mentioned him before, but he has just released a new cd (i still write “album” instead of “cd.” i’m a child of the 80s, what can i say?), so he’s due more accolades from me. because he’s not going to make “the today show” and “the view” rounds promoting his new cd. he’s just not that type. so for all three of you who read my blog, take it from me: you’re going to want to buy his latest cd. martin…read more