In the been-there-done-that world of music, it’s a difficult thing to be a vexing chanteuse AND Suzi Sixpack as these subdivisions seek to attempt to define what is a female recording artist in this, the most difficult litmus test we take. Piper Hayes might have some of the trappings, you can’t fault a girl for that. Showing off beauty with your brains, wit and banter, skills and direction all serve to win an audience, but she is a writer at heart with a mission statement as light as it is deadly serious, the de rigur state of the business sets her apart from those who can’t or won’t do the work. Sticking to your guns is what it’s all about, for if you believe it youre halfway there. The degree to which something unique in a sanctioned race for recognition and survival often mimics our own, it feels good to cheer for someone who is good to be seen as herself and live a life as close to altruism as possible.
On a chilly but lovely Wednesday in mid December, we had the pleasure of hosting Piper and you can get to join us as the songs and the stories tell another brand new story that you’ve heard the opening lines 1,000 times. How it goes and how it ends is going to have pretty much everything to do with the girl in the chair, for it’s her turn on Barber Shop PodcastTweet