The Musiversity of Earth Mama

Earth Mama’s music is fun, diverse, thoughtful and enjoyed by all ages. While teaching important concepts about sustainability, recycling, and eco-spirituality, Earth Mama Music taps into balanced brain learning for humor, creativity, and deeper memory. Earth Mama CDs play on 6 continents, in classrooms, retreat centers and a wide variety…

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Plum Pilgrimage:

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When I’m not making music I’m often in the garden getting inspiration—and working. These are notes from the orchard. More than 10 years ago we planted a beautiful semi-dwarf Methley plum tree in our garden courtyard. (first picture) We named him Mr. Plumly. After 5 years of growth and 2…

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What is Earth Mama Music like?

Earth Mama creates music in a variety of styles – some are pop, some are bluesy, some are jazzy. She might even surprise you with a little bossa nova, tango, or world music rhythms. Her lyrics are diverse too, ranging from reverent to informative, to downright funny! But here are…

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Ways People are Using Earth Mama Music

In support of historic research and preservation of World War II German POW site in Iowa, and translated to German for international peace efforts. Link to Algona POW site. Japanese website (We haven’t got a clue what they’re using it for – Iie hanasanai Japanese!) A teacher in Asheville, North…

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Environmental Group Hugs

Joyce’s humor, strong environmental context, wonderful music, delightful singing and amazing performance was a tremendous addition to our evening. Our audience members were educated in, supported by, and challenged forward, by the songs she chose to sing….Her stage presence is strong and yet empowering, especially to the audience participants whom she…

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Faith Communities Chime In

Women everywhere need to have their voices heard. Joyce Rouse, through her music both at our Sacred Heart Church’s “A woman’s Spirit Rising Retreat” for the women of our parish and neighborhood and for our Sunday Liturgy, encouraged us all to raise our voices as she reminded us that ……

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