One Moonlit Night

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Sometimes one pivotal moment can change everything. 

When I got out of the hospital after that whole ordeal with my ex, my aunt insisted I move back in with her for a little while. Her house is old and kinda falling apart, but it was my childhood home for years after my mother died, so it was familiar and comforting – which I really needed after what I’d just been through.

It was summer of 2014. Kevin, Chris and I were sitting around in these woods near the house. It was a bright night, lit by a full moon.

Something about the atmosphere, the quiet night in the woods with that beautiful moon overhead…it broke through the numbness for the first time and I was finally able to start processing things.

That was the night he and Chris asked me to join Mute Prophet. I was pretty far from a skilled singer at that time, but I wanted to learn. It gave me something I could do to take back control of my life.

It’s been years since then, but I still go out to those woods on moonlit nights to remember the moment my life changed forever.

And now, I want to show you the wonderful experiences we’ve had in the past decade together.

We made sure to record as many of these happy moments as possible on video, in the hopes of sharing them one day. Sit down with us, in the studio we built in this old house, and see our three albums come together. We’d love for you to experience this joy with us!

By the way: keep an eye on your inbox in the next few days!

We’ve been thinking up a way to thank you for being so amazing, and we came up with something really cool – but it’ll take two or three days to get ready. We’ll be sure to email you with a proper “thank you” when it’s ready ❤️


  • Doug Hall says:

    Y’all are pretty good. Who are some of your influences? Mine are Yngwie, Paul Gilbert, SRV, EVH, etc.

  • Jonathan Wray says:

    You know i had to go back and read your story again….and i have to say its had to believe that anyone would want to beat on a beautiful angel of the earth…. And this is coming from the heart not the sight of triple d’s…you are very strong young lady for all of this and a true inspiration to us all…. Got nothing but love for ya. Keep up the good work

  • Jonathan Wray says:

    You all are inspiring …love the music…..keep on kicking ass

  • Brian Isenhart says:

    Loved the video, glad to know all of you still have the passion for music. The music is awesome and I can tell the heart all of you put into making it.

  • Donald L Spurgeon says:

    Outstanding you all rock.Stay tight and keep the music coming.

  • Mark Davis says:

    Great video, nice to see you all have a lovely friendship. Keep up the good rock and keep rockin!!

  • Erik butryn says:

    Loved the video here’s to ten more years of rocking out!!! Don’t stop love the passion of everyone in the band it’s great to see the connection and not a bunch of musicians trying to out play each other like a lot of the bigger bands!!

  • GRIM says:

    You’re totally awesome. Your music is phenomenal. I can’t believe all the bad sh1t you went through and survived. I’m glad you did though. Keep making great music. You’re all wonderful talented people. Stay awesome.

  • Bailous says:

    Wow and to think I’ve been playing guitar since I was about 4. Seeing this video and listening to your music and the stories has inspired me to get back at it. I’ve been through a lot of things and my last incident almost took my life. I’ve started to play again and I have to relearn some things but I’m beginning to feel that joy for the music again. Don’t stop doing what you’re doing. It’s powerful and different. Keep it up.

    • Adrienne Odenthal says:

      That’s amazing! Thank you! It means the world to hear that our music has inspired you to get back to music yourself ❤️

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