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“The Hypochondriac Blues” by Barb Stevens

This is our first song about Greenbelters’ life during the pandemic and it’s awesome! Enjoy.

Barb Stevens grew up in Greenbelt (one of 8 kids in the Baluch family) and after decades in Virginia, recently moved back. She was half of the singer-songwriting duo Annie and Mac with her husband Patrick McCauley until his death last summer, and we can still enjoy their videos – 165 of them.!

Welcome back to Greenbelt, Barb, and keep on writing and performing!

NOTE: By contributing these pandemic stories, photos, et cetera, Greenbelters are making an unconditional donation of the material to the nonprofit Greenbelt Online.org and the Greenbelt Museum/City of Greenbelt, which reserve the right to keep, lend, or otherwise dispose of the donated material, and may use the material on our website, for social media or other postings, in promotional materials or in future exhibits.

Follow Susan Harris:
“Susan started blogging about Greenbelt soon after moving here in 2012, and that first blog has grown into this nonprofit community website. Retired from garden writing and teaching, she continues to blog at GardenRant.com and direct the nonprofit Good Gardening Videos.org.”

4 Responses

  1. Lisa McFarland-Tovar
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    That was a real toe tapper, Barb!
    Thanks for the much needed dose of music and laughs – during this ” pandemic”

  2. Mary Ann Baker
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    Talented musician. Enjoyed the son, hope to hear more from Barb Stevens.

    Thank You
    Mary Smm

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    Go Barb. There’s no cure for hypochondria.

  4. Eric McKenzie
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    Loved the song, thanks!

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