UPDATE for November
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It's 10:32 am (as I am drafting this). I have had my coffee - about to get my second cup. It's snowing in Nashville. I am in GA, working from my laptop for the company I've work for for 6 1/2 - 7 years and the wind outside sounds like a roaring wave and the trees are bowing to it in a dramatic and powerful dance.
I am getting ready to embark on a new journey. Life has thrown me a few curve balls lately and I'm terrible at baseball so - it's been a tough game. A move (still in Nashville), a relationship status change, possible career change, and family stuff. It can get messy. I know you can relate.
Luckily, during these times I've had my cover-single Scarborough Fair come out and I have deeply enjoyed everything about it. The production, the responses about it, and the desire that's been planted to do more. If this single has touched your heart at all, please feel free to tell me (or not!), share it with your friends and family, or on social media. Literally any and all support is appreciated and I am grateful for it.
Here is the link to share (make sure to scroll down to see links!):
Thank you so very much! I have high hopes to embark on an EP for 2020 release. I will keep you updated. In the mean time, please follow me for updates on Instagram! @callunalynn for music and @heatherlannan for acting and everything else :) Watch the ABOUT VIDEO for Scarborough Fair here.
Much love and light to you,
Calluna Lynn (aka Heather)
P.S. Oh! I will be busy filming a movie this week and ANY energy you can send my way will be appreciated! It's my first feature booking on a union project and I couldn't be happier! I play the role of a 'mean girl' and I can't tell you how funny this is since I have absolutely been bullied by these types in my life. More to come!
P.S.S. I also started an interview channel, Filmmakers Interviewing Filmmakers. FIF Episode 1 engages the audiences of the Wizarding world and abroad. Kathryn Baker (Bellatrix) and Corinne Bupp (Alice Longbottom) of Neville Longbottom and The Black Witch and I had a GREAT time laughing and learning about their film-making process while on set in the freezing cold! :)