Thank you all so very much....muchas gracias for your help with my crowdfunding campaign Masala: Memories and Melodies.
Eleven stories and eleven songs. As a token of thanks, please enjoy this track called "Stay". I have hard copies of Masala: Memories and Melodies ready to send your way. If you'd like a copy, please send me a note to email@example.com I'm doing a holiday promotion where one copy is $25.00; two copies are $40.00, or you can buy three for $55.00 (plus shipping which in Canada is about $4.00, and in the US about $6.00)
Who is Sarah?
“A rare vintage blend of Norah Jones and Debbie Harry, this full-bodied, soulful singer-songwriter and mantra musician mingles roots, blues and jazz, devotional music and chants into a heady spiritual infusion.”
Sarah Calvert is a modern day Renaissance Woman who adorns many hats as an award-winning performing singer-songwriter, producer, assistant musical theatre director (for the Mirvish smash, My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding), former high school English teacher, freelance journalist, Extreme Freestyle Skiing competitor, ski, sailing and Kundalini Yoga instructor, outdoor wilderness guide and all around swell gal.
Sarah has left the building. Or rather, city, in lieu of living in the country. After hiking the Camino in Spain (Santiago de Compostela) last year, where she walked almost 900km, she thought she may want to stop walking for a bit. Or perhaps, change her walking to walking up mountains in BC ski touring. And so, she's moved back to La Cabana (The Cabin) In Nelson, BC and has settled down for a while with a wood burning fireplace and a dog. Here, she's continuing to work on the music for her upcoming mantra album, "Santiago Sadhana", which she began recorded last spring in L.A. with the fabulous producer and D.J. Krishan Khalsa (Snatum Kaur, Jai Jagadeesh, Belinda Carlisle). Next stop will be her beloved Peru in April and May to guide fabulous trips with Wild Women Expeditions. She'll return in the summer to Nelson to guide trips, make music, hike mountains and sail into the sunset. The gypsy has slowed down a bit in terms of travel, but the music never stops.