Spring Tour Dates!

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Photo by Justin Hackworth

Ladies and gents, I am SO pleased to announce these new tour dates for the spring!  If you see your city on here or have friends in any of these cities, please help me spread the word! I can’t wait to see so many of you and to meet new friends and fans!

04.15.14 // Salt Lake City, UT // The Urban Lounge (21+) // Mindy Gledhill and Mideau opening for Katie Herzig //  Doors at 7:00 p.m., Mindy plays at 7:30 p.m. // Buy Tickets HERE

04.17.14 // Seattle, WA (Bremerton) // Voyage Concert House // 522 4th Street, Bremerton, WA // 6:30 Meet & Greet  // 7:00 Show // With special guest, Book on Tape Worm // Tickets: $15 online, $12 (for 5 or more), or $18 at the door // Buy Tickets HERE

04.18.14  // Portland, OR (St. Helens) // Mindy Gledhill at The Columbia Theatre // 212 S 1st St, St Helens, OR 97051 // With special Guest, Book on Tape Worm // 7:00 p.m. // Tickets: $15 online, $12 (for 5 or more), or $18 at the door // Buy Tickets HERE

04.19.14 // Nampa, ID // Nampa Civic Center // 7:00 p.m. // Mindy Gledhill Live in Concert // With special guests, Book on Tape Worm and the Idaho Arts Charter School Orchestra // A portion of the proceeds benefit the students of the Idaho Arts Charter School // Tickets: (208) 468-5500 // Adult: $12.00, Student: $10.00, Child: $10.00, At the Door:  $15.00 // Buy Tickets HERE

New Sheet Music!

It’s been a long time coming, but I’m really excited to announce that there is new sheet music available for “Anchor,” “All About Your Heart,” “Crazy Love,” and “I Do Adore.” Click HERE to get them now! Then, when you learn these songs, make sure and post a video of it on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and tag me so I cans see your beautiful renditions. (I’m @mindygledhill on Twitter and Instagram and you can find me on Facebook here.). Happy practicing!

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Salt Water and Spontaneity

 

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I first met Ty Arnold in August of 2013 when the director of my “Pocketful of Poetry” music video asked him to do the photography for the video.  Ty was photographing a refugee camp in Syria at the time and we decided to hold off on the video until we could get him in town.  He was worth the wait.

After we became friends on the set of the music video, Ty graciously offered to do a portrait of me. He wanted to do something different than all of my album and press photography. I had seen Ty’s amazing portraits before, so I was all over that idea.  But months passed and our combined travel schedules got in the way.

Last week, Ty spontaneously surfaced via text message to schedule a shoot he was envisioning in the style of Anton Corbijn. ONE MILLION things got in the way of making it happen and with a heavy heart I told him it just wasn’t going to work. But through a series of serendipitous events, my day freed up at the last minute and we decided to head out into the rain and CARPE DIEM!!! (At least, that’s how Ty put it when I said “Let’s do this!”).

We trudged out into the icy, sulfury muck of Antelope Island in our bare feet and made art – pure, spontaneous art that makes your whole body feel happiness from head to muddy, frozen toes. Ty used a Mamiya rz67 with Kodak Tri-X film for this portrait. The real deal.

(Find Ty’s photography here and his cinematography here).

 

A few photos from my iPhone documenting our location.

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Super Bowl Spot!

Hey friends! It’s game day. Friends are on their way over and we have the BBQ smoking. But I just wanted to take a minute and share that depending on where you live, you may see this commercial for AAA during the game.  It will also air during the Winter Olympics.  I’m so excited to have composed the piano and vocals for this spot.  It’s really beautiful commercial.  Many thanks to my collaborators and guides, producer Stuart Brawley and executive producer, Nicole Dionne of Primal Scream Music.  Happy Game Day!

Look Mom! We’re On TV!

At the end of last summer, my son and I were invited to be in a lifestyle commercial for Digitech’s new RP360XP Guitar Mulit-Effect Processor.  This was basically the upgrade of the guitar pedal that my son was already playing, so he was especially excited to be a part of this.  The commercial just launched today and we are jazzed to share it with you.  Watch for a cameo of our treehouse! Directed my Matt Eastin and Corey Fox.  Music by Eric Robertson.

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