What happened to the former hippies, long-hairs and rockers from the Seventies? They probably became new-agers into metaphysics, organic food and chakra-healing. At least you could follow this transition through the music of singer-songwriter Cynthia Hart.
She has a new recording, I REMEMBER. This new age vocalist was previously first a folk singer followed by a career as a Southern rocker (lead vocalist and songwriter for the group Dreamer). That group toured 300-days-a-year for more than a decade and shared stages all over the country with acts such as The Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Aerosmith, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Steve Miller, ZZ Top, Bob Seger, The Outlaws, Marshall Tucker Band and Savoy Brown, during the heyday of those groups. Now Cynthia writes new age self-empowerment lyrics and sings in a gentle folk-pop-new-age style. If you like soft, gentle, new age vocal music, you should take a listen to the latest incarnation for this singer because she fits right in with the crowd who walks the new age lifestyle line, although you do not have to like pyramid power or runes stones to enjoy her stuff. Just open your mind and heart to her messages and see where they take you. Her evolution is fascinating and beneficial to us all. No tie-dye required.