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Sunday / October 30 / 2p

Tubac Presidio State Historic Park & Museum
Tubac, AZ 85646

Thursday / November 3

Private Event
Green Valley, AZ

Friday / November 4 / 5p

Wisdom's Cafe
Tumacacori, AZ

Friday / November 11

Private Event
Tucson, AZ

Saturday / November 12

Private Event
Tucson, AZ

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March 24, 2016

Spring is in full bloom in the Sonoran Desert!

A few years ago, I awoke one spring morning with the lyrics to “Morning Has Broken” running through my head - only I was singing it to a different melody. Upon researching the song, I discovered that the lyrics were written by the English children’s author Eleanor Farjeon in 1928, and they were set to an old Gaelic melody from the 1600’s.

I love the words of this song. It is a song of awakening to the dawn of life. It is a song of gratitude and praise for the new beginnings and “re-creations” that are available to us in every moment. It reminds me that I am blessed with every breath I take, and that I am part of this infinite spin in the mystery of life.

That morning, I sat down at my piano to see where the new melody would take me. Here is what happened…

“Morning Has Broken” – words © 1928 by Eleanor Farjeon, by permission of Harold Ober Associates Incorporated. Music and additional words © 2015 by Amber Norgaard.

This song is on my latest album POSSIBILITY. You can download the album here on iTunes and/or purchase CD here on CDBaby.

Thank you to all who support and believe in my music. We are in this together, and I am grateful.

Wishing you a blessed spring (in the Northern Hemisphere) and a blessed fall (in the Southern Hemisphere)…

With gratitude, love & light,

Read Amber’s interview and story in Natural Awakenings magazine: “Amber Norgaard: Tucson’s Folk Rock Goddess”.

Watch the Raise Me Up video - a song Amber wrote inspired by the stories of the horses at Equine Voices Rescue & Sanctuary and filmed on site at the sanctuary.

Watch the Unexpected Grace video – featuring the song that Amber wrote for director/ producer Marcus De Leon and Tucson Wildlife Center.

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Spencer, Iowa  

The Music Connection

313 Grand Avenue
Spencer, IA 51301
(712) 264-9269

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Arts on Grand

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Spencer, IA 51301
(712) 262-4307

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Tucson, Arizona  

Art & Soul USA

1101 N. Wilmot Rd., Suite 120
Tuscson, AZ 85712
(520) 207-4698

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