What my autistic son did on his 8th Birthday

Yesterday was my son’s 8th birthday. As I attempt to do on every birthday, I made some mental notes of the things he did and said that were once part of the classification “Will he ever…” When a family finds out that their child has autism, there is a period once...

Live at Promontory Chicago, November 7th

I couldn't be more excited to be coming HOME to Chicago for a show on November 7th at the Promontory!! This is an extremely meaningful event for me. All the proceeds from the event will be split between two great causes: the Kalapriya Center for Indian Performing Arts...

The Grammy Nomination

On July 6th, my manager informed me that my song “Indigo Boy” had been nominated for a Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance. I will pause here for your disbelief. Took me a minute too. My instant reaction was to challenge the assertion by asking a multitude of...

The Father of Reason

Just as my mother is the voice of reason and practicality, traits she passed on to me, so is my father the bottomless well of propellant that sees what is possible. When I am faced with a choice, I am quick to see what will be difficult, what will need to be fixed,...

Live at St. Rocke – July 8th – Battle for the Beach!

Come out and support us at St. Rocke on July 8th along with other terrific local bands!! One band will be selected to perform at one of the HUGE Hermosa Beach summer concerts. Tickets are $5 only! Click below and buy yours now!...

What My Mother Taught Me

As the years go on, it becomes more and more apparent, and overwhelming, just how much my mother has influenced and shaped me. All of us – young women especially – who have strong bonds with our moms know the feeling. The awe of her devotion. The pride in her...

Bollywood Rise show with Karmagraphy

I'm thrilled to be a guest performer at Karmagraphy's "Incarnation of a Goddess" dance showcase on April 28th. Get your tickets now at http://kingkinghollywood.com.

Star Power

My son is really into space lately. He's becoming the real Sheldon Cooper, as much of a cliché as that might sound. It started innocently enough, with a book from the 1980's that we picked up from the library entitled “Exploring the Night Sky”. With rapt attention, he...