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In a New OpEd, Singer and Brain Health Advocate Peggy Sarlin Explores the Connection Between Prayer, Health, Music and Community
(Published: November 29, 2018)


For Immediate Release
November 29, 2018



In a New OpEd, Singer and Brain Health Advocate Peggy Sarlin Explores the Connection Between Prayer, Health, Music and Community

"Beautiful Lyrics and Captivating Melodies" are Showcased on Blues-Infused Album of Originals, ‘Let There Be Love'


In a new editorial in The Forward, singer and brain health advocate Peggy Sarlin explores the connection between prayer and health, drawing upon a variety of examples (and personal experiences) to chronicle the positive impact of prayer, music, community and hope.

The Forward
11/16/18, Editorial by Peggy Sarlin
Can Prayer Help Us Heal? Doctors Say Yes.
https://forward.com/scrib...

Music has always been Sarlin's North Star. Her new Blues-infused album ‘Let There Be Love' finds the storyteller mining her fantasies (and her pain,) to create a vivid landscape of detail-driven songs. The CD of originals was Produced by Jeff Franzel, Paul Frazier and Steve Williams, and was recorded at Atomic Studios. From the romantic fantasy of ‘Jasmine Perfume' to the funky stroll on a Santa Monica beach in ‘California Kiss' to the loss and pain of the soulful lament ‘I Can't Stop the Sun', Sarlin's new songs invite the listener to share the journey, the emotions and the rich landscape. A full streaming album is available upon request.

On December 2nd, Sarlin will share her experiences as the best-selling author of ‘Awakening From Alzheimer's', when she hosts ‘Regain Your Brain: Ten Steps to Better Brain Health with Peggy Sarlin' at Congregation Habonim in NYC:
https://habonim.net/regai...

The 12/2 event is described as follows:
Peggy Sarlin is the host of Regain Your Brain, an online video series in which she interviewed some of the world's most eminent experts in brain health, and the author of its accompanying book. Peggy focuses on helping people understand how to incorporate brain-healthy habits into daily life to boost cognitive function and prevent dementia. She is the author of the best-seller, Awakening from Alzheimer's, the first book to examine alternative remedies for Alzheimer's, and the host of its accompanying video series, which has garnered more than 3 million views. Peggy is also a singer-songwriter, and just released her second album of original songs, Let There Be Love.

Sarlin's hugely successful video series Regain Your Brain will be rebroadcast the weekend of December 14-16, ‘Netflix-style', with all episodes available for selection. Sign up at www.awakeningfromalzheime...

As a singer/songwriter and brain health advocate, Peggy Sarlin brings a holistic approach to her music and to her journey, an atypical path that she shares in interviews and in links, below. Whether through her music or through her work on behalf of families struggling with Alzheimer's, Sarlin has built an intertwined career that's rooted in an effort to impact people's lives in a positive way.

Her story is as unexpected as it is inspiring - Sarlin was signed to Columbia Records and had early success as a songwriter for Bette Midler and Patti LuPone, wrote scripts for popular children's television programs, and even wrote for NASA (and for The Pope!)

Everything changed in 2012, when her husband had a stroke. That personal trauma started a sequence of unlikely events chronicled here: http://www.peggysarlin.co...

Recent interviews reveal a thoughtful, compassionate artist who allows love to inspire her music, and invites hope to drive her career.

An expansive interview ran via Eponymous Review - By Laurie Fanelli, 9/18
Personal experience shapes Sarlin's storytelling as she draws inspiration from her own life to create a collection of songs that speaks to the power of true love.
https://www.eponymousrevi...


A lengthy new interview with VENTS Magazine:
http://ventsmagazine.com/...  


The Record-Journal - CD Review (Meriden, CT)
By Jim Pasinski 5/2018
http://www.jpsmusicblog.c...  




As referenced above, Sarlin has inspired and supported hundreds of thousands of Alzheimer's sufferers and their families with informative books and videos released in 2016 and 2018. Her Alzheimer's work helps families find hope and optimism amid their fear and sadness. There are countless stories of lives she's impacted, and she sees her role as being an inspiring, uplifting force for people as they face their challenging times. She comments, "I'm your friend through the tough stuff." In 2016, Awakening from Alzheimer's was her first documentary series, and it has since garnered over 3,000,000 views. As mentioned above, Sarlin's recent online event, Regain Your Brain, shared additional advancements, interviews and promising information. Watch the Regain Your Brain Trailer here: http://regainyourbrain.aw...



Visit: http://www.peggysarlin.co...

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