Declaring Space for Your Dreams with The Lazy Susans | Episode 10: Wicked Good Momcast

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WICKED GOOD MOMCAST | EPISODE 10

Declaring Space for Your Dreams with The Lazy Susans

Today on the show Shannon is talking to Joanna Weiss, Heather Shaw, Leila Mitchell, Imge Ceranoglu and Martha Kennedy of mom band The Lazy Susans. Have you heard of them? Did you see them on The Kelly Clarkson Show? We are going to hear the inspiring story of how they declared space for their own dreams and made their dreams a reality during the pandemic, of course we want to hear all about meeting Kelly Clarkson, and they are letting us listen to some clips of their songs. Today’s episode is so fun and one that you do not want to miss! 

About Our Guest 

THE LAZY SUSANS are five working moms from Milton, Massachusetts who started a band in the heart of the pandemic — with no musical experience — and played their first set six months later at the 2021 Milton Porchfest. Eight months after that, they were playing original music on national TV as guests on the Kelly Clarkson Show. With influences ranging from Liz Phair to Lizzo, they’ve been writing original songs, booking gigs around the Boston area, and encouraging other newbie musicians to declare space for their dreams. More than just a mom band, they’re preparing for their first-anniversary set back where they started, at Milton Porchfest on September 17.
 
The Lazy Susans are:
Imge Ceranoglu on keys, bass, and vocals
Leila Mitchell on percussion, keys, and vocals
Heather Shaw on bass and vocals
Joanna Weiss on guitar and vocals
 

Learn more about The Lazy Susans, and keep track of their upcoming gigs on their website: www.thelazysusans86.com

Resources 

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Listen to The Lazy Susans music

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What is the Wicked Good Momcast?

Welcome to the Wicked Good Momcast! A podcast FOR Boston Moms, BY Boston Moms. A space to hear stories from real moms, to celebrate the beauty of motherhood, and to normalize its challenges. Tune in while you fold laundry, commute to work or school, or get cozy after a long day in the trenches. Motherhood is hard, but it doesn’t have to be lonely!

Boston Moms was launched in 2015 with a heart to connect Boston-area moms to each other through meaningful discussion, shared stories, and connection both on and offline. With over 5 million website pageviews since our founding and a reach of over 100k parents per month, Boston Moms is rapidly growing and scaling. We’ve been asked many times to bring our stories and resources to the podcast world, so we are taking the plunge!

We could not be more excited to formally welcome you to follow the Boston Moms Wicked Good Momcast! 

Who | The Wicked Good Momcast will be hosted by Meghan Block + Shannon Gibson, two local moms with a heart for community and with an undeniable connection that we hope you’ll hear through our voices. 

What | In each episode, you’ll hear from Boston Moms Contributing Writers who are putting a voice to the stories and perspectives they’ve shared on BostonMoms.com, local + national experts in various spheres relevant to parenting, local moms and business owners who you should know about, and special guests!

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Shannon started following Boston Moms on social media before she even lived in the Boston area! She credits her passion for the brand to the way it served her personally before she ever contributed to it. Though Shannon moved to Boston to support her husband’s career, Boston Moms was the unexpected gift and opportunity she had no idea was waiting for her. Shannon is mom to Elizabeth (2016) and Anderson (2018). She has been married to her husband, Benjamin, since 2012. Benjamin is a filmmaker and owner of Boston production company Magnus Films. In her free time, Shannon enjoys going to the beach, browsing antique stores, hiking with her family, traveling, reading, and watching movies with her husband.

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