Happy Spring! I hope you and your loved ones are healthy and hopeful. My heart goes out to everyone that's suffered from the violence of war, poverty, sickness, and the sense of uncertainty that comes as a result. As outrageous as are the events taking place in Ukraine, we need to raise our voices in the name of peace and justice now more than ever.
The McHughs have been hunkered down, working on lots of new material as we prepare to resume public performances. Please sign up on my mailing list if you're interested in learning more.
Also, check out my new blog site, A River Knows My Name. This nature blog explores the connection between wilderness and spiritual health. It's a precursor to the publication of my upcoming memoir of the same title.
Note below, the three videos of Morgan and I, courtesy of The Northwest Straits Foundation. And, please support them in their quest to restore the sacred, Salish waters we know as home.
If you haven't already, please check NOBODY KNOWS HOW TO SAY GOODBYE, our tribute to George Floyd and Black American victims of police violence. Morgan McHugh sings lead on this haunting song written by The Lumineers:
A DAY WILL COME is a musical collaboration with a 20th Century film legend and timeless visionary featuring this actor's speech from his 1940 film THE GREAT DICTATOR - a cry for all humanity to stand together against the rising tide of fascism. The result is a powerful soul-connection stretching back across the decades - a song of inspired hope in these dark times. Watch the video by clicking on the image below: