ldishong 4


08057 US   Feb 2


Artist Bio

Influences:   The Beatles, Coldplay, Kate Bush, Peter Gabriel, Suzanne Vega, REM

I'm a harpist and singer-songwriter from Moorestown, NJ, a suburb of Philadelphia. I'm also a wife, mother, and I have 4 cats. I play most genres of music on the harp, but pop music is my favorite to play. In my past life I was the harpist at Caesars Casino in Atlantic City, where I played strolling harp in a toga. Now I stroll to a mostly younger clientele as an elementary school music teacher, but I also play other harp gigs as much I can. My husband and daughter are all musicians. Music is my life!


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  • @pvk2020  4 weeks

    Thanks for your comments and in answer to your questions on "No Casualties " I used my Roland keyboard for percussion, laying it down on a Boss 1180 digital recorder. Then layer. I love to play and improv and the song is born. Sometimes it's rough but I am not attached. Too much thinking ruins the creative flow. šŸ˜€

  • @colgoo 7 weeks

    Hi! I have been to Moorestown before! I love listening to the harp. So happy to have stumbled upon your music!

  • @crutherford 8 weeks

    Hi Laura! So happy to find you on here. Thank you for your comments on my Ghosting song. It was inspired by a conversation with a friend mixed with my kiddos playing dressup tonight. I tried to acces Le Point Mirabeau but was unable to...Perhaps there is an issue with the link? Although admittedly I am a bit of a technical luddite! šŸ˜€

  • @andygetch  8 weeks

    Hi Laura and welcome to FAWM! Thanks for the kind comment on my song 'Choose Happy Electric Sunshine'. To answer your question about a random lyric generator, I used the one on this website http://muse.fawm.org/lyricloud . This thread has links to loads of random generator websites https://fawm.org/forums/topic/9845/#c...

  • @dani312  Feb 2

    Welcome to fawm! Iā€™m also a fellow music teacher. Really looking forward to hearing your music on here. Good luck! šŸ˜€

  • @roblincoln  Feb 2

    Look forward to hearing you this FAWM!

  • @roblincoln  Feb 2

    To answer your question-- The Isle of When is a metaphor for time. It's loosely based on dreaming about long ago days and long gone people.