“I’m getting old – but I’m not old yet”

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by Carolyn Thomas  @HeartSisters

Lately, I’ve been trying to teach myself to play this infectious David Myles tune on the famous little green kiwi ukelele in between my weekly Thursday lessons.  The song was the 2009 Great American Song Contest First Place Winner in the Contemporary Acoustic/Folk Category.

Then in 2012, this Halifax singer was named Songwriter of the Year at Canada’s East Coast Music Awards show. I’m such a big fan! While I’m noodling away here on this little  musical project, listen to the original “When It Comes My Turn”, enjoy David’s lyrics (below), check out his new album In The NightTime, (while you’re on his site, watch the official video of his unofficial anti-bullying theme song “Inner Ninja” (with fellow Nova Scotian, Classified) and best of all, sing along OUT LOUD! 

It’s so good for the heart.  Continue reading ““I’m getting old – but I’m not old yet””

Get off that couch and “walk the heart walk”

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by Carolyn Thomas  @HeartSisters

Here’s my prediction for this infectiously upbeat Walk The Heart Walk song: the impressive lead vocal harmonies of Vanderbilt Heart & Vascular Institute’s cardiology fellow Dr. David Kim and 4th year med student Laura Tortora are so good that these folks just might have a real future in music (in case that medicine thing doesn’t work out!) Continue reading “Get off that couch and “walk the heart walk””