June 2, 2016 - by Susan Lagsdin, The Good Life
Eden Moody doesn’t just wear her heart on her sleeve, she writes it, plays it, sings it, tells the whole story.
Her lyrics are intensely personal and universal at the same time. “I only write when I can’t get an idea out of my head,” says the Wenatchee musician. “I don’t write to change the world or even ‘work through something.’ I write in retrospect, to gain perspective on my experience.”
That personal point of view and a fine, clear voice she says people have called honest, healing and relatable have attracted an appreciative circle of listeners in the area who’ve been touched by her lyrics and her musicality...[CONTINUE READING]