Monday, September 29, 2014

TheraVita Organic Coconut Oil [Review]

When I realized how much I use and love coconut oil, I started stocking up on it. From cooking, to baking, to body moisturizer, coconut oil is a necessary staple in my house. Just doing a quick search on the benefits of coconut oil brings back a large number of results. My most recent favorite use of coconut oil is for baking. While most oils are too heavy for most baked goods, coconut oil adds a lightness and sweetness. TheraVita Paradise Organic Coconut Oil is pure, cold-pressed and extra virgin.

Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil       ($19.95, 16 oz)
Rating: total green check marks out of 5.

The Good
The Not So Good
Has a smoky taste and smell
Comes in a plastic jar (recyclable)

TheraVita Paradise Organic Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is 100% pure. The ingredients label states no ingredients other than the coconut oil itself. The coconut oil is cold-pressed. Coconut are hand-picked by local farmers in Fiji. The coconut oil is unrefined, non-bleached, non-deodorized with hexane or solvents and is chemical-free. The coconut oil has an off-white color to it.

The product arrived packaged in plastic wrap. Once I removed the plastic and opened the lid, I noticed that the inner seal was broken and the coconut oil was liquid. Since the seal was broken, some coconut oil got on the outside of the plastic jar. It was a slightly warm day outside, so maybe it had reached the melting point on the delivery truck. Once it cooled below 76 F degrees, it solidified, as expected for coconut oil.

Since the coconut oil is not deodorized, I expected a fresh coconut smell as I have experienced with other high quality, pure, organic coconut oil brands. TheraVita's Paradise Organic Coconut Oil has a slightly smoky smell to it. I did some research online and read that coconuts could be roasted or smoked prior to the coconut oil being extracted, even through cold-pressing. I contacted the company representative to get more information about their manufacturing process. I will update this post once I received more information.

I received a second jar of the same coconut oil to see if it also had the smoky smell. The second jar did. I am not sure if both jars are from the same batch or not.

From what I read, it sounds like the smokiness is a byproduct of the manufacturing process. Some Amazon reviewers mentioned a rancid smell. I did not find the smell to be rancid. Some Amazon reviews stated that the taste/smell of the coconut was strong. My jar did not smell like coconut at all, just smoky.

I have been using the coconut oil for cooking, baking, and facial moisturizing. When the oil is heating up in a pan, it does give off the smoky smell a bit. If I cooked an egg in the coconut oil, the egg smelled smoky. If I cooked a lot of food in a big pan, then the smokiness did not come through.

When I used the coconut oil to moisturize my face, I could smell the smoky smell for a little while and then it either went away or I became used to it. Since I am pretty sensitive to scents, the smoky smell was a bit off-putting for me. Since I do not believe that my jars of coconut oil are rancid, I will probably continue using TheraVita Organic Coconut Oil mostly for baking and some for stove top cooking where I cannot taste the smokiness in the final meal.

The texture of TheraVita Paradise Organic Coconut Oil is as expected for coconut oil, though the smoky smell and taste are unexpected. After using several other brands of high quality oil for 3 years and after using TheraVita's Coconut Oil for one month, I cannot recommend TheraVita Paradise Organic Coconut Oil due to the smoky smell and taste that permeates food.

I appreciate the initial willingness of the company representative to send me another jar of the coconut oil and obtain more information about the manufacturing method to potentially explain the smoky smell.

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. All opinions are my own.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Lemon Tea Tree All-Purpose Cleaner [Review]

When I first began on the natural and eco-friendly path, Tea Tree Oil was my first purchase. Tea Tree Oil is one of those essential oils that you hear a lot about because of its many uses. Initially, I bought Tea Tree Oil to make my own cleaning products. Since then, I have been using Tea Tree Oil for other uses like laundry and homemade toothpaste. Apothecary Extracts Australian Tea Tree Oil is tested to be pure and potent.

Tea Tree Oil        ($24.99, 4oz)
Rating: total green check marks out of 5.

The Good
The Not So Good
Pure and potent

Chromatography tested


Apothecary Extracts Australian Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) comes in a 4 ounce bottle, which will last you over one year with regular use. The value of essential oils is that a little goes a long way. For example, to make a bottle of homemade all-purpose cleaner, you need 10 drops of Tea Tree Oil. I also started adding about 10 drops of Tea Tree Oil to really smelly (moldy) laundry and stinky (ammonia) cloth diapers. The cost of pure and potent essential oils might seem high, but the point that you only need a little at a time and that you will be using the product for a long time are two points that support the investment.

Let's talk a little bit more about the purity of Australian Tea Tree Oil. The purity of essential oils is a current debate in the world of essential oils. Apothecary Extracts tests to prove the purity and potency of their Australian Tea Tree Oil.

The Australian standards require that the oil of Melaleuca alternifolia must be composed of less than 15 cineole and over 30 terpinen-4-ol. The Gas Chromatography reports show that Apothecary Extracts Tea Tree Oil is not only compliant with these regulations, but surpasses them. Apothecary Extracts is composed of less than 5 cineole and over 35 terpinen-4-ol which qualifies for Pharmaceutical Grade as established by the Australian Tea Tree Oil Industry Association. It is 100% pure. No fillers, additives, bases or carriers added.

A lot of companies that offer cheaper essential oils will dilute them to reduce the cost. Remember that you are paying for what you get. Cheaper is not always better. You will use up diluted oils fasted and will have to repurchase on a more frequent basis.

Tea Tree Oil is a great essential oil to have in your cabinet and is a great first investment essential oil. Here is some information about Apothecary Extracts Australian Tea Tree Oil.

Package: Packaged in dark amber glass bottle with euro style dropper.
Botanical Name: Melaleuca alternifolia
Plant Part: Leaves
Extraction Method: Steam Distilled
Origin: Australia
Color: Colorless to pale yellow clear liquid.
Aromatic Scent: Tee Tree Essential Oil has a fresh, antiseptic and medicinal scent. It also has characteristic mint and spice back-notes.
Strength of Aroma: Medium
Blends well with: Cinnamon Bark, Clary Sage, Clove Bud, Geranium, Lavender, Lemon, Myrrh, Nutmeg, Rosewood, Rosemary and Thyme.

Tea Tree Oil has strong antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral and antiprotozoal effects. Here are some of the most common uses for Tee Tree Oil:

  • Household cleaning (disinfecting)
  • Skin care (antiseptic)
  • Hair care (antiseptic)
  • Aromatherapy (lowers stress levels)
  • Medicinal (antibacterial, inhalation, wound treatment)

One of my favorite uses of Tea Tree Oil is to make my Lemon Tea Tree All-Purpose Cleaner.

Lemon Tea Tree All-Purpose Cleaner

1 cup of water
1 cup of vinegar
4 tbsp lemon juice
30 drops of Australian Tea Tree Oil

Directions: Mix together in a spray bottle, shake and use. Shake before each use.

Disclaimer: Tea Tree Oil can be a skin irritant. Avoid getting Tea Tree Oil on your hands/eyes/mouth/etc. and avoid spraying the cleaner near or into face.

Tea Tree Oil is not only effective as an ingredient in cleaning and body products, but also has strong medicinal properties. I read that for centuries, Australian Aborigines have been inhaling Tea Tree Oil to treat the common cold. I will try this when I am sick next time. The purity and potency of Apothecary Extracts Australian Tea Tree Oil is evident as soon as you open the bottle and take a whiff.

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. Information about the product and its uses was obtain from the company website. I am not a medical professional. These statement have not been evaluated by the FDA. All opinions are my own.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Bausc Natural Skincare [Giveaway]


Welcome to the Bausc Natural Skincare Giveaway Event, hosted by the Green Moms Network! During this giveaway, you'll have a chance to win a package of natural skin care products from Bausc valued at $112! Bausc has made the commitment to help people reduce their toxic load by offering safe and luxurious alternatives to the skincare products we use every day. They offer everything from deodorant to skin care to bath and body products. They even have products for kids! All of Bausc products are made fresh in small batches with only the highest quality natural and organic ingredients available. All of their products are completely free of artificial dyes, artificial fragrances, chemical preservatives, gluten, GMOs, harsh surfactants and detergents, penetration enhancers, petro-chemical derivatives, plasticizers, solvents and synthetic chemicals. Chrystal from Happy Mothering recently had the opportunity to review a selection of products from Bausc. Read it here. From her review, the products seem pretty amazing! I'm excited to bring you the opportunity to win a package of products from Bausc valued at $112!

The winner of this giveaway will receive:

  • Eye Love eye lift cream
  • Pear Naked body lotion
  • October roll on essential oil Perfume
  • Cucumber Mint Deodorant Powder
  • Spiced Orange Toddy Bar Soap
  • Summer Melon Lip Balm

Enter the Giveaway

This giveaway is open to US residents only and runs through October 7, 2014 at 11:59 pm Eastern. You can enter the giveaway via the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!

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Dislcoure: All Natural Katie was not compensated for this post and is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Please contact Chrystal at Green Moms Media with questions about this giveaway or for help organizing one for your brand.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Luxurious Natural Soap [Review]

After starting down the natural path, I revamped everything, food, drinks, body products, cleaning products, etc. One of my favorite all natural products to try are soaps. Even though stores like Bath and Body Works sell soaps in a hundred different scents, I have come to realize that handcrafted, natural soaps offer superior quality and leave your skin feeling clean, soft, and moisturized. I love trying new soaps in unique combinations with ingredients like oatmeal, coffee ground, lavender, or even beer! Keomi Skincare organic, natural, handmade soaps combine high quality ingredients with handcrafted in small batches using the cold-process method.

Keomi Organic and Natural Soaps        ($4.50 per bar)
Rating: total green check marks out of 5.

The Good
The Not So Good
All natural, organic ingredients

Handcrafted with cold-process method

Doesn't leave skin feeling dry

I received the Green Tea Goddess scented soap. Green Tea Goddess soap is scented with oils of Clary Sage, Orange and Clove. The scent was very pleasant and reminded me of a spicy green tea. I really enjoyed the scent in the shower. I currently have three bars of soap in the shower and I kept reaching for Green Tea Goddess. I love the scent comes from essential oils. It was a little bit stronger than my other natural soap bars, but it was not overpowering. I found the scent to be just right. What about the rest of the ingredients?

Green Tea Goddess ingredients: personified oils of olive, grape seed, coconut, palm, avocado and cocoa butter, organic green tea, nettle, shavegrass, comfrey root extracts, clary sage, orange and clove essential oils.

I love the simple ingredient list that is made from all natural ingredients and some organic ingredients. I would like to see the Keomi soap bars made with 100% organic ingredients.

I prefer my soaps to rinse cleanly. Keomi natural soap lathered very well and stayed lathered on the skin. A little soap went a long way. The suds rinsed clean. The soap bar did not feel slimy when wet and dried quickly in the hanging soap dish. My skin felt clean, soft, and moisturized afterwards.

I love the scents that Keomi Skincare offers for their natural soaps. Sometimes, I like a little bit more scent for soaps. The essential oil combination is perfect to wake me up in the morning. If you are looking for a high quality, luxurious, natural soap, look to Keomi Skincare.

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. All opinions are my own.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Organic Argan Oil for Natural Beauty [Review]

A couple of years ago, I simplified my beauty routine and focused on natural and organic products. One of my favorite beauty products are oils. I prefer oils that are 100% pure with no other ingredients. Most cosmetics seems to include a long list of ingredients, while pure oils contain one ingredient. You cannot get any simpler than that. I had an opportunity to try Argan Alchemy 100% pure and organic Argan Oil and it has become one of my favorite beauty treatments. Now, I use Argan Oil on a daily basis because it absorbs quickly and moisturizes well.

Organic Argan Oil       ($24.95, 2oz)
Rating: total green check marks out of 5.

The Good
The Not So Good
100% organic and pure

Comes in a dark blue glass bottle

Absorbs quickly

Immediately softens hands

Argan Alchemy's 100% organic Argan Oil is pure, cold pressed and unrefined oil. Argan Alechmey sources the Argan Oil from southwest Morocco, where the Argan trees have grown for thousands for years. The Argan Oil is certified as USDA Organic and EcoCert. The oil comes in a dark blue glass bottle, which is necessary for preserving the qualities of the oil and extending the shelf life. Argan Oil storage is important because oils are sensitive to light and must be stored in dark amber bottles to prevent oxidation. Oils that are not stored in dark bottles will oxidize, lose potency and become ineffective.

One of my favorite parts about Argan Oil is that it can be used as part of just about any beauty care routine.

  • Naturally softens and moisturizes skin
  • Smooths hair naturally
  • Repairs dry and frizzy hair
  • Moisturizes and shines nails
  • Helps to prevent pregnancy stretch marks

Some of the ways that I like to use Argan Oil:
  1. Remove makeup on eyes and face
  2. Moisturize the face and body
  3. Moisturize nails and cuticles
  4. Quick conditioner for my fine hair
Argan Oil has become one of my favorite products. Winter left my hands red and dry. After the first application of Argan Oil, my hands felt silky and supple. Even coconut oil could not touch the dryness of my hands. I love that Argan Oil absorbs quickly and does not leave a greasy feeling. My skin stays moisturized and supple for several hours (until I hand wash dishes again).

I have even been using Argan Oil to moisturize my face and my legs. The best application so far has been to moisturize my dry hands after gardening or washing dishes by hand.

Argan Oil is rated as 0 (no hazard) by the EWG Skin Deep database. I feel completely safe using it for moisturizing and other beauty applications. 

Argan Oil does have a bit of a nutty smell to it. The smell reminds me of Neem Oil, but disappears within a few minutes. I have come to like the nutty smell.  

I would highly recommend Argan Alchemy's 100% organic Argan Oil. Argan Oil is the best natural beauty treatment for skin, hair and nails.

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. All opinions are my own.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Organic Heating Pad [Review]

I was just saying the other day that I feel like I am getting old. I have heard many times in my 20s that once you hit your 30s, your body changes. Add pregnancy and a toddler that likes to be carried and those aches and pains start become more frequent. Carrying around, lifting and putting down and wearing my 17 month old boy has been hard on my back lately. St. Croix Valley Naturals organic heating pad offers a natural and organic solution for pain relief.

Organic Heating Pad       ($45.00, Large size)
Rating: total green check marks out of 5.

The Good
The Not So Good
Removable/washable organic cotton cover
White cover could get dirty easily
Hot and cold therapy uses

The organic heating pad came just in time. I had been carrying and wearing a clingy baby more often than usual, so my shoulders and back were very sore and achy. During nap time, I decided to try the organic heating pad for hot therapy. The instructions recommend heating the pad in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time until it gets to the desired heat level. The organic heating pad is filled with organic flax inside the inner seed bag, so heating it for a longer time in the microwave could cause the flax seed to overcook or burn. I heated up the heating pad 3 times, for 30 seconds each time. The heating pad became hot fairly quickly, though I would heat it for 2-3 more times next time because I liked a hot heating pad. 

I sat upright and placed the hot heating pad on my shoulders. I really liked the weight of the heating pad. The weight of it, along with the heat, helped to ease shoulder muscle pain and helped the muscles to relax. The size of the heating pad (large) went all the way across my shoulders and stayed on very well.  

The organic heating pad can also be used for cold therapy. Chill in the freezer for a few hours in a plastic bag, for protection. 

I love that the heating pad cover is made from organic cotton and is filled with organic flax. I do worry that the off white cover could get dirty easily, especially when placed in a microwave. Therefore, I used a plate to hold it. I would like to see the cover be offered in a naturally colored fabric that would hide any potential stains easily. Though, the cover can be removed and washed if any staining does occur.

If you are looking for natural pain relief through heat or cold, St. Croix Valley Naturals organic heating pad is a great solution for natural pain relief. Aside from using the microwave or the freezer to warm up/cool down, the organic heating pad with flax seeds uses absolutely no electricity. I look toward using the organic heating pad in the winter to warm cold feet. 

Disclosure: I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. All opinions are my own.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Zero Waste at the Grocery Store [#CTWW]

Zero Waste challenges are one area where I can improve. These challenges are always difficult for me. I am not sure why. I few years ago, I made a huge switch to green and eco-friendly products, including reusable grocery bags, reusable menstrual products, cloth diapers, etc. I still feel like a lot of packaging gets thrown away, recycled, and in some rare instances, reused. My focus on this round of the Zero Waste challenge will be the grocery store.

This week's challenge:

This week, look for one more way to reduce the amount of waste you generate. Need some inspiration? Check out the Zero Waste Week Facebook Page and scroll through the posts for tips and ideas. Perhaps buy "naked" produce (items without any kind of packaging), carry a reusable bag at the market, or find creative uses for leftover food. If you have a baby in the house, try cloth diapers (nappies) and reusable wipes rather than the disposable varieties. Consider reusable menstrual products instead of single-use items. Find creative ways to upcycle "trash" or donate used items to charity. The idea, this week, is to find one more way to reduce waste.

There are two Whole Foods Markets in our city. We shop at the second one every couple of months if we are around that area, usually after Sunday morning church.

One of my favorite aisles at the grocery store is the bulk bin aisle. The Whole Foods Market that I frequent most often has a big bulk section. Shopping in the bulk bin section allows me to purchase exactly how much product I need or want. Let's say I need 1 cup of a specific type of bean or I want to fill up my quinoa container. Though the bulk bin allows reusing of your personal container (have the cashier weigh your container before you fill it), most people, including me, use the plastic bags and containers that are provided. Usually, the plastic bags and containers are reused another time, but I ultimately throw them away or recycle.

I have not been able to bring myself to lug my glass containers to the store when they empty. I cannot even remember to take the recycling that Rumpke does not accept to Whole Foods. How do I reduce my reliance on plastic bags and containers??? The second Whole Foods Market in our city has solved this problem, or at least made it better! No more plastic bags and containers for the dried bulk bin goods. These have been replaced with brown paper bags! Take a pencil, write down the name and the number of the product. The brown paper bags can be reused, recycled or composted. My plan is to reuse for lunches and then compost. While recycling does require energy, composting is a more eco-friendly option that requires no energy.

I hope my preferred Whole Foods Market switches to brown paper bags. I will speak with an employee next time to see if they have considered this option. In the meantime, I will be reusing the small brown paper bags in the bulk bin aisle.

>> How do you reduce waste during your grocery shopping trips??

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Earth Weave Area Rug [Giveaway]


Welcome to the Earth Weave Carpet Mills Area Rug Giveaway, hosted by the Green Moms Network. Today we’re excited to share a truly safe carpet company with you, and offer you the chance to win one of their safe, non-toxic and natural area rugs!

 When you’re thinking about re-carpeting your home, what are the things that are most important to you? Many people rarely think about the toxins contained in most carpets, padding and the adhesives used to install them.

Indoor air has been found to contain 10 times as many pollutants as outdoor air. So it’s increasingly important for us to be aware that toxins that will be emitted into the air in our homes from carpet, that we otherwise wouldn't think much about.

Did you know that new carpets contain volatile organic compounds (VOC's), which include acetone, benzene, ethyl benzene, formaldehyde, styrene and toluene? Many of these compounds are listed on the Environmental Protection Agency’s register of Extremely Hazardous Substances.

They also contain substances known to be carcinogenic, including p-Dichlorobenzene, styrene (classified as a reasonably anticipated carcinogen) as well as other chemicals that are known to cause nerve damage, respiratory illness and hallucinations. In addition, new carpets are usually treated with other toxic chemicals, including brighteners, artificial dyes flame retardants, stain repellents, and moth proofing (a known neurotoxin).

And you’re not safe just because your carpet is Green Label Plus Certified. These carpets contain harmful chemicals, which are deemed to be low emitting in regard to volatile organic compounds (VOC’s) but the SBR adhesive buried within the backing is made up of more than 20% stryene and over 70% butadiene. This is where the term Styrene Butadiene Rubber (SBR) comes from. Even synthetic carpets such as nylon, polypropylene, and polyester carpets can display the Green Label Plus Certification. Consumers are not made aware that chemical laden synthetic carpets meet the same testing standards as the wool carpets that claim to be "green", "eco"' "natural" etc.

Even the padding used under most carpets is not safe! According to studies, the padding most carpet companies use contains flame retardants that are considered toxic.

Fortunately, there is one company that offers all natural, non-toxic carpet, area rugs and padding – Earth Weave Carpet Mills Inc. Their innovative product, Bio-Floor, is made using undyed, untreated, wool together with hemp, cotton, jute and natural rubber.

Don’t be fooled by other companies that claim to be “green” or “natural.” Bio-Floor is the only truly nontoxic, all natural, healthy carpet made in North America. It’s great for people and families concerned about the toxins in their home and the environment.


Earth Weave starts with the finest, most resilient wool available - British wool. There are no dyes, pesticides, moth proofing or stain protections used, which contain toxic chemicals negatively impacting your health. The primary backing they use is a combination of cotton and hemp (which is a great fiber due to its strength, durability and mold/mildew resistance). Earth Weave is the only carpet manufacturer in North America to incorporate an all-natural primary backing where the rest of the industry uses synthetic polypropylene for their primary.

The adhesive used to lock the wool yarns into place is natural as well, and is derived from the rubber tree. Paired with an all-natural jute secondary backing, the carpet is entirely biodegradable.

If you’re thinking about re-carpeting your home or business be sure to ask for Earth Weave at a carpet dealer near you. It’s the purest, healthiest carpet on the market, so you can feel confident it’s the best choice for your family.

Enter the Giveaway

Now onto the giveaway! If you’ve read this entire post, you’ll understand why I’m so excited to offer my readers a chance to win a completely safe and natural 4’ x 6’ area rug from Earth Weave Carpet Mills. The winner will receive the Pyrenees Wheat Rug, valued at $375! This mid-weight rug (38 oz.) is constructed with a distinct two color pattern. It’s very durable and soft, and made from the finest natural un-dyed, untreated wool available.

This giveaway runs through September 28, 2014 at 11:59 pm EST and is open to US residents only. Enter for your chance to win via the Rafflecopter form below. Good luck!

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Disclosure: All Natural Katie was not compensated for this post and is not responsible for prize fulfillment. Please contact Chrystal at Green Moms Media with questions about this giveaway or for help organizing one for your brand.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Train Bulletproof Picasso Album [Review]

Music is a big part of my life. I love listening to music while I am cooking or working around the house, while driving in the car, and while running, among many other times. Though I do have my favorite artists and songs, I always love to discover new artists and songs. Train is a group that has been one of my favorites for quite some time. Train's new album, Bulletproof Picasso, has a distinct musical style and lyrics that connect with you on a personal level.

On the drive to the grocery store and back, I started listening to the album. I love how the songs are pretty representative of Train as a group, but also vary in their styles. Some songs reminded me of being on the beach, while other songs, like Cadillac Cadillac, would be great motivational songs during my runs. Don't Grow Up So Fast and Baby Happy Birthday touched me on a personal level. Overall, the songs were upbeat and put me in a good mood.

Bulletproof Picasso Album Tracklist:
1. Cadillac, Cadillac
2. Bulletproof Picasso
3. Angel In Blue Jeans
4. Give It All
5. Wonder What You're Doing For The Rest Of Your Life
6. Son Of A Prison Guard
7. Just A Memory
8. I'm Drinkin' Tonight
9. I Will Remember
10. The Bridge
11. Baby, Happy Birthday
12. Don't Grow Up So Fast

Train will be on tour during the dates below and will officially release the record on September 5 at 5:00 PM EST with a live performance on the QVC channel. Bulletproof Picasso album can be pre-ordered on iTunes and on Amazon.

Train On Tour:
8/28 Gilford, NH Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook
8/29 Lenox, MA Tanglewood
8/30 Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Hotel and Casino

Record Release Shows:
9/5 5pm ET Live 1-hour performance on QVC
9/17 Los Angeles, CA Pantages Theatre
9/18 Los Angeles, CA Pantages Theatre
9/21 San Francisco, CA The Masonic
9/22 San Francisco, CA The Masonic
9/25 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall

Disclosure: I participated in the Train Bulletproof Picasso album review program as a member of One2One Network. I was provided a free album to review but all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own.

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