As co-founder of The Acoustics, Jeanette Stofleth has recently focused on her new album of unique music that originated in late-night recording sessions.Describe what you have done, what you are doing, and the kinds of things you are interested in.
In the 1990s, she established Lightbow, later rechristened The Acoustics, with her brother River James Stofleth when she was a young woman living in a small apartment in Seattle. Their first album, titled Acoustic Revolution, was released in the mid-2000s. Following that, Jeanette Stofleth put her musical work on hold to pursue other interests.
However, her imagination continued to stir over the intervening years, ultimately reaching fever pitch when she awoke with a new compelling sound in her head. She set to work immediately to record this sound, which went on to influence Jeanette Stofleth and her brother during sessions in their music room. The result is The Acoustics’ fresh album, titled As I, featuring songs written and edited by her and performed by the two siblings together.
When not playing music with her brother, she hones her physical fitness by participating in yoga and biking.Describe the most impressive thing you've done.