Author: courtnee

SOLD: Red Violin

SOLD!! Enjoy her, Tiffany and Ben! I’m wanting to let fans and friends know that I am ready to find the right person to pass my violin along to, before expanding into craigslist/music store territory. It is a full size, crafted in 1978, and I partially decorated it in acrylic and bloodwork shortly after it…
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May 17, 2016 0

WRITING/MUSIC: Wishing for Collapse

This house has stories. Many, many stories. Some of them have been stolen and then trapped here, I think. Some of them died, became the earth, and now have nowhere else to go. They preside, vibrating, low and powerful, a collaborative magnet in the soul of the ground. They make the air here heavy, the…
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April 18, 2016 0

ALBUM RELEASE: Decatur, produced by Mark Bingham

Decatur is here!! Short and sweet, it’s: 11 (mostly) busking songs Nearly all live performances in the studio Recorded and mixed by the legendary New Orleans producer Mark Bingham With images taken by photographer Louis Maistros Available on CD (along with Keep Going and Embodied.) Stream, and purchase digitally at Bandcamp, OR… $25 and above…
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February 25, 2016 0

Louis Maistros: Lower Decatur Street, New Orleans

In addition to being an excellent event/candid street photographer, and my friend, Louis Maistros is also an impressive author. I am just beginning his book, The Sound of Building Coffins. It’s looking to be some of the best fiction I’ve ever read. The writing is lyrical and sophisticated without being pretentious — in fact I…
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February 14, 2016 0