If you like listening to Pandora Radio, you can now hear my new, funky, bluegrass album “Mountain Music” there. Just go to the “Dwayna Litz” channel HERE.
Yesterday at my mother’s house with my niece, Jordan, before I left for the radio interview at Thunder Country 104.7 (to be aired for the first time tomorrow morning and then on rotation, for anyone in the area). She is all grown up! Seems like just yesterday she was a little girl. Now she is 14 going on 18. It was wonderful to get to be with her again for the first time since last June. (She sings and plays the piano, is very artistic in so many ways; she paints, loves fashion and makeup—a girly girl after my own heart). We had fun. She’s at that age where it seems to her (and us) she’s practically all grown up!
Yesterday at an in-studio interview about my new CD “Mountain Music” for Thunder Country 104.7, with a far reaching audience spanning five counties in East TN and NC, including Hamblen, Jefferson, Cock, and Sevier counties in TN. I thank my wonderful brother, Ross Litz, for setting up the interview. It was so much fun and easy talking to Steve-O Wallen, the DJ, about my life and music, born in Knoxville, TN, “down in the Tennessee hills.” Wonderful day! If you are in the area, tune in to 104.7 where my music will be played this Friday morning and then on rotation, along with the interview about my childhood in East TN in Morristown, TN (until age 5) and then visiting my grandparents throughout my life in Seymour, TN, and growing up climbing rocks in the river in the Smoky Mountains. I also mentioned how I dedicated my CD to both my grandparents who have passed away now and to my dad, the hardest working man I have ever known. I also spoke a lot about the talented musicians, especially Scott Coney and Tim Crouch.