Monday, April 22, 2013

Luanne Hunt to release autobiography and new album

Dear Friends,
Can you believe we are already in the month of April?  This year is flying by faster than I can keep up with!
So far it’s been a great one, highlighted by several creative projects.  One is my autobiography, “One With The Dream” and the other is my unplugged CD, “Marywood To Hollywood” (A note about the project is attached below).
The  CD and book will officially release on April 29 and I wanted to let you know they can be purchased at my website,  If you prefer to download my CD instead of ordering a physical copy, it is available now on my “Store” page.
I am offering my book for $10, which is $5 off the list price.  The CD is $10 for both the download and physical copy.
For those of you who already purchased my book, I will be shipping it out to you on or about May 1.  Thank you so much for ordering it!
As always, I appreciate the great support system you have been to me.  Your friendship is such a tremendous blessing.
Wishing you joy and abundance!
A note about “Marywood To Hollywood”
The idea to record an album centered around my childhood has been rolling around my brain for a few years.  In 2010, I finally worked up the courage to write several songs about my early life, which up until that point didn’t seem like anything all that interesting or important.  But as I immersed myself in my 10-song project titled “Marywood To Hollywood: Unplugged,” I began to see how artistically crucial it was to bring forth my own truth through the creative gifts I’ve been given.
As you listen to my highly-personal tunes, you will quickly understand that for the myriad of good times I enjoyed back then, there also were many dark and challenging moments.  However, I pretty much feel the same about my own travails as Paul the Apostle felt about his.  In the Bible, he says he counted them all to be joy.
To me, hardships are truly gifts that serve to strengthen and equip us for our oftentimes precarious journeys.  In other words, there’s nothing like troubles to toughen us up!
Despite enduring a good amount of pain and heartbreak during the early years of my life, it was mostly an era of growth, expansion and opportunity.  Whether participating in summer craft projects in Conshohocken, PA’s Marywood Park or finding solace listening to rock music in my friend Kathy Shaw’s basement, the groundwork was being laid for an awesome future better than I could have ever imagined.
Included in that has been the chance to express myself through music, a constant source of inner peace, inspiration and joy.
I am so grateful for the chance to take you along my acoustic journey to my past.  I hope you will find much to relate to and be encouraged by.
Wishing you miracles and magic!
“Marywood To Hollywood” is dedicated to the late Kathleen A. Shaw, a cherished friend, who filled my childhood with music and joy!

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