"A Hundred Years From Now" as an album title sounds like the beginning of a long career. But in this case, it may be the end...or not.
Neal Hagberg and Leandra Peak have been performing music together since the early 80's. They've married, traveled the globe, developed other careers and became parents since then. This new album is their 14th and it sounds as if the couple may be approaching a time in their lives when it's time to prioritize which chapter is next.
Neal and Leandra came in to the studio to talk about what's left of their musical career, and to perform songs from their new album, "A Hundred Years From Now" on Radio Heartland.
- Neal and Leandra
- Leandra Peak: The Honeysuckle Vine Neal and Leandra perform songs from their new lullaby album, The Honeysuckle Vine.
- Neal Hagberg performs in The Current studio Over the past several years singing and touring with his wife Leandra, Neal Hagberg has collected ideas for songs that don't necessarily fit the "Neal and Leandra mold." In fact, the songs are a definite departure from the duo's act and are meant to make the listener feel a tad bit uncomfortable, and challenge fears and beliefs.
- Neal & Leandra perform in studio It's been twenty years since Neal and Leandra starting singing together. Since then, they've released several recordings, got married, started a family and have made a career out of their music and engaging personalities.