My Heart Still Says Blue TEAM Top 100 Indie Artist

My song, My Heart Still Says Blue, has been independently ranked in the new TEAM Top 100 Indie Artist music ranking! All of these songs were independently reviewed by numerous individuals to produce these rankings for this premier year in publishing The TEAM Top 100 – a “Billboard” type chart for Independent Musicians – Celebrating Unsung Home Studio Heroes! CONGRATULATIONS to ALL of the MUSICIANS who made this prestigious new listing! Music fan? Then please go ahead and check out outstanding songs by these talented home studio artists! And, if you are an independent artist, click here to submit your music for the next TEAM Top 100 listing

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RST Labs releases Tough Nut 2 Crack on Aug. 5, 2023

RST Labs releases the EP Tough Nut 2 Crack on Aug. 5, 2023

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The Elephant in the Room RST Labs

Judy Rounda, Brendan Shaffick, and Schneata Shyne-Turner were enrolled in Berklee Online songwriting class, with Neil Diercks as the instructor, when Neil offered a choice to collaborate on a song with groups he assigned by the first letters of last names. One other person was assigned to their group, but she chose not to participate. The RST Labs collaboration group met and wrote their first song for that assignment, called The Elephant in the Room, in…

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Announcing 2023 Contest Winners:

Robert Richter and Judy Rounda

February 06, 2023 

Patrick Kronner

The Notre Dame Magnificat Choir is pleased to announce the winners of the 2023 Liturgy Alive! composition contest:

Second Place ($1,250 prize): Judy Rounda (Leavenworth, Kansas) for her setting of Vivifícanos for unaccompanied women’s choir (SSA)

Judy Rounda, 2023 Liturgy Alive! second prize winner 

Judith Rounda began her piano studies at the age of 8 with Mrs. Doris Lee Frost in Leavenworth, Kansas. After…

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Do you sing before breakfast? 

"If you sing before breakfast, you'll cry before supper." I'm still searching for anyone who has heard of this superstition. It never dawned on me until many years after Mom had passed away that she might have invented this superstition for me when I was small. Perhaps I rose up singing too often so early in the morning. I remember listening to records on my own record player, singing and making up songs, continuing into kindergarten, where my teacher wrote on my report card that I was her "songbird" as I…

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