Let’s start with the most poetic and poignant song on the new EP. Can you describe the situation and the emotions that led to the writing of Con Te?

Maureen Toth: For sure. This was written right at the beginning of the pandemic when Italy was one of the first countries hit. They were in lockdown, and people were not leaving their homes. There were so many folks sick at that time before there was a vaccine, and if you remember – people would connect with each other by making music with pots and pans and singing out their windows…

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