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“Whether they’re the fierce undercurrent of a poet’s musings or simply jammin’ on their own, the Jeff Robinson Trio exhibit a power and confidence that flirts with perfection.” Patricia Smith

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November 23

Margo Malia Lynch

Margo Malia Lynch
Margo Malia Lynch

Margot Malia Lynch is a multi-talented, creative, big-hearted, athletic free spirit that often feels like she is on the right planet in a strange world. She’s classically trained on the piano and violin, grew up with a family of photographers and writers, and earned her B.A. in TV Production and Photography.   She focuses most of her soul and time on juggling music, writing, animals, fixing her house, loving the people in her life and using her energy well.

She’s primarily a musician, writer, singer, recording artist and performer. During the 40 hour work week, she wears the hat of a floor director at a CBS affiliate in upstate NY. She lives in Saratoga Springs and in a big chapter of her life, called Boston her home for 8 years. She followed The Jeff Robinson Trio and The Poetry Jam from the beginning and attended most every Sunday-poetic–church-service where she sculpted her singing voice and style. While in Boston she managed The Bachrach Photography Studio and worked on her guitar and songwriting skills. She published “Tropical Storm” a poetry chap book, and “Lava Moon” an original CD of acoustic rock music.

In the roller derby world Margot is known as Mathundra Storm. She played for The Hellions of Troy Roller Derby league for three years and played a mean, fun and fair game. She studied a bit of jiu jitsu and is taking a Women’s Warrior boot camp where she is finding her fighting skills.

She is proud of her family; some of whom are: Her brother www.mmaphotography.com- look up his work. Her mother: www.maryannlynch.com- look up her portrait photography. Her cousin: www.saratogasake.com- get blown away by his mural and graffiti art. Her Uncle: www.Josephbruchac.com- native American author and storyteller.

Margot lives for being in the creative moment and to let her nature, spirit and heart shine. She talks to animals and the earth and digs how spirituality, science, math, music, vibration and energy are all related and intertwined. Chakras, musical notes, colors of the rainbow, synchronicity, mythology and alchemy are some of her favorite things to connect. She’s had psychic dreams, seen sound and auras, made bad decisions and believes in self- mastery while accepting flaws. She’s a scorpio sun, leo moon, Capricorn rising with a full 10th house. Margot is a powerhouse, dynamo, indigo, muse, medium, and friend.

Find her music online, entrain with it and soak it up. It’s alternative rock laced with the spirit and sensuality of the earth and natural powers. A big message of hers is to remember your instincts and intuition. To quote some of her work: “… hallelujah is when the sun touches the tear on your face..”, “…revolutionaries holding notes like swords…”, “…on this lifewalk I listen to the symbols/ I am inside living on when my body dies/ the flame reflects itself to make a trinity..”
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