Walk in the Light.

It’s Monday – back to the grind. It was a bit harder to get out of the bed this morning and start doing all of the Monday things. You know, those things that make your world go ‘round. It’s always harder to get started the morning after a meaningful event. Whether it’s a celebration of … More Walk in the Light.

Ramble on the River

As many of you know, I’m very fortunate to be included as a presenting artist in the Ice House Tonight Series, here in Bethlehem, Pa. There are a handful of us who make up an independent consortium, mostly chosen because of our affiliation with local arts organizations. This is an honor that I take very … More Ramble on the River

Find Your Voice.

A couple of weeks have passed and I’m finally able to give you a wrap-up on our fundraiser to benefit Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley. I promised that this would be a very special show, with music and spoken word, and a unique combined effort to create a very spontaneous, pop-up chorus – and … More Find Your Voice.

Finding Your Voice, and Making It Heard

a musical and visual workshop, inspiring young women to overcome adversity and become leaders in their community **some mature topics – restricted to age 17 and older** Tickets are on sale now, at EventBrite. Singer/songwriter, recording artist, graphic artist, entrepreneur, mother, grandmother, wife, and community activist – Dina Hall chronicles the journey of a shy, … More Finding Your Voice, and Making It Heard

‘Vintage Mellow’

I’m kind of old school. Last week, somebody called me ‘vintage mellow’, and it’s true, especially when I travel. I like to roll down the windows and take the long and winding roads. The ones that make you think you’re lost. The ones that get the most use out of my Volkswagen Rabbit stick shift. … More ‘Vintage Mellow’


I started playing music for the masses in 1998, not too long ago. That was late in life compared to most of my peers, but it does give me a birds-eye perspective on the business. I was already married with children. This was not a dream, it was a part-time job, and I worked hard … More #TipTheBand