Looking Back to Look Forward


It's early in the new year. I'm still getting used to writing/typing 2016. The holidays are over, and the calendar says it's time to "get back to it." But every year, I like to stretch things out a little, and…

Gospel-Jazz Roots Run Deep

It was an amazing night last night, joining the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir on stage for their 30th Anniversary concert at the Paramount Theater. Revisiting my gospel-jazz roots, singing and sharing the stage with my OIGC choir family, and sharing…

Thanksgiving Gratitude

"Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a…

Food for Thought: What You Think You Become

Food for thought for a Thursday afternoon: I'm on day 8 of the 21-day meditation series with Deepak Chopra and Oprah. The series revolves around the power of belief, and posits that we become what we believe. (A scary thought…

Songwriter's Square Review for Save Your Heart

Here's the latest review for Save Your Heart, from Bill Berry, Songwriter's Square.

New Releases/ Patricia Bahia/Save Your Heart
On her new release Save Your Heart, singer-songwriter Patricia Bahia offers up a feel-good pop with graceful lyrics. Opening with two…

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LA Music Critic Indie Voice Review of Save Your Heart

A lovely review of Save Your Heart just came in yesterday from LA Music Critic. Here's an excerpt of the full review: "You can’t help but be uplifted and inspired by these tunes.  Bahia is a gifted songwriter with impeccable…

CD Release Shows

My latest CD, Save Your Heart will be officially released on itunes on Friday October 23, and I'm having two CD Release concerts—in Berkeley October 15 and Los Angeles October 25--to celebrate!
 
I'm excited to share this music with you…

Why We Walk--Kickin' Cancer

This morning I had the opportunity to share my music at Kickin' Cancer, a powerful women's cancer event raising awareness and funding for education and preventive care. I met supporters who have lost friends and family members to ovarian cancer…

Why We Walk


Why We Walk
 
We walk to remember. To raise awareness. To find a cure. Sometimes it is all we can do.

Why We Walk is a song I wrote inspired by the National Ovarian Cancer Coalition's  "break the silence" campaign…
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Why Sing?

I sing because I love it. I didn't analyse it, it was just something I've always liked to do. Singing alone while walking on a trail, or while driving, or in the shower, or with others in harmony, in choirs…
© Patricia Bahia 2015-16