Tim Danforth and Barbara Healy have released 'Lullabies For a Troubled Planet', a collection of original music. Barbara Healy's soulful vocals have been gracing the airwaves and live venues for many years. She has sung with musical dignitaries such as Robert Cray, James Cotton, Mary Wells, and Joan Baez. She fronted the bands Hot Sauce and The Allnighterz, and released her own CD with the Barbara Healy Band titled 'Mama Told Me Not To Look'. Tim Danforth brought his rich warm guitar sound to the popular 'Christmas Unpugged' CD, which he co-produced with Richard Crandell. Before settling in Eugene, he was a regular performer at venues such The Folkway in New Hampshire, the Banjo Café in Santa Monica, and the famous McCabes in Los Angeles. Healy and Danforth have been friends and musical colleagues for over ten years, performing together at events such as First Night, McKenzie Arts Festival, and Eugene Celebration. Their first collaborative effort in the studio has harnessed their versatile writing and arranging talents. The music reflects their love for a wide range of musical genres, and their desire to speak straight from the heart. The CD was recorded live with a definite acoustic feel. Listen to 'Come to Me' and you will hear their desire to soothe the troubled heart. 'Zero to Sixty' has a great bluesy feel. If you like a simple country blues, you'll want to hear 'Melancholy'. And for a powerful gospel feel, check out 'Rapture'. This CD is packed with 11 cuts to enjoy. Check out their website at 'lullabiesforatroubledplanet.com'