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Jun 7, 2021

For this episode, we proudly welcome Grammy award-winning recording artist, Lili Haydn. Ms. Haydn is a world-renowned violinist, composer, vocalist and activist. She's been referred to by her peers as 'the Jimi Hendrix of the violin'. Besides her own prolific career, Lili has shared stages with such musical icons as Sting, Tracy Chapman, Roger Waters, and Herbie Hancock to name a few.

During this conversation, Lili shares: how a friend named Sunshine Lee helped change the course of her childhood, how contracting COVID-19 during production of her new album informed her world-view, how she lends her talents to causes dedicated to promoting social justice. how scoring music for TV and film has helped her overall sound evolve, and much more.

We are also able to share, courtesy of Ms. Haydn, two selections from her newly released album, More Love.

 

LILI HAYDN:

Lili Haydn.com

More Love (on Spotify)

TEDx talk - "If You Can Hear It, You Can Play It" - featuring Lili Haydn

Lili Haydn performs Led Zeppelin's Kashmir

 


SHOW RESOURCES:

Theme music - Terry Michellis via Filmstro.com

A cappella vocals - Midori

Voice over announcer - Jimmy Lockett, Vox2Studio

 

***Any featured music used in this podcast is with the written permission of the recording artist. All theme music is used through a paid license.