There are few better sources of inspiration than a drive down the coastal highways of California. Such trips can be fun, joyous, and even life-affirming. And, as memorable as such an experience might be, most people aren’t then driven to write a song about it. I guess that Joanna Pearl isn’t most people.

“Love Her” is the result, a jaunty yet deep and meaningful song inspired by the…

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