Libby is an internationally acclaimed singer/songwriter, poet, activist, teacher and lifelong Alaskan. The surprising power and depth of her music and the humor and spontaneity of her performances have attracted large and enthusiastic audiences across the continent and fans all over the world. Her six recordings have received extensive airplay on Earth and, in 2003, NASA played her song “Dig Down Deep” on the planet Mars as encouragement to the robot “Spirit.” Libby is well-known as an exhilarating and witty artist who offers a remarkable blend of passionate music, wry humor and incisive commentary on social and personal issues.

“One of the most compassionate and caring songwriters recording today.”

— Dirty Linen, Premier U.S. Folk Magazine

How Could Anyone

Featured in Reader’s Digest and on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 news show and in an Associated Press article that was picked up by the New York Times, ABC News, the Hindustan Times, and others, this simple ballad has been extraordinarily powerful in its impact, quickly becoming one of the most beloved healing anthems in the world.

“How could anyone ever tell you
You were anything less than beautiful?
How could anyone ever tell you
You were less than whole?
How could anyone fail to notice
That your loving is a miracle?
How deeply you’re connected to my soul?”