Life on the road... I know–It’s been awhile since the last post.  But I was away on “Pseudo Tour” for over a month this summer.  I’ve literally gone from coast to coast and to the North and to the South.  I spent some time in Nashville, and then for eighteen days, I was at GRAMMY Camp–first in Los Angeles, then in New York.  It couldn’t have been a better summer.  I feel so blessed and so grateful to have had these opportunites. We have a lot of catching up to do, and many of you have been asking about various stops on my Pseudo Tour, so I’ll probably be doing a series on GRAMMY Camp next.  I want to take this blog to the next level this year, so expect to see more posts with mixing and production tips, reviews of plugins and gear, lots of new songs I’m working on, and maybe even some posts from guest bloggers, too. For now, check out this video of open mic night at GRAMMY Camp NY where I played my composition “Airborne.”  It’s the title track off my instrumental album that’s coming out in 2013.

 — Pseudo Tour 2012 may be over, but I believe it was only the beginning of something even bigger.  Thank you to all of you who have prayed for me and have been here to support me.  I can’t wait to share the next part of my journey with you!

About Shelby Rawlings Blalock

I'm a 22-year-old composer, pianist, audio engineer, student, and GRAMMY Camp 2012 alum––a Charlottesville native making my way in Nashville! I write music for orchestra and small ensembles, but my debut solo piano album Airborne is available now on iTunes.

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