Pandemic pivot: Music studio turns into community thrift store

Posted at 10:11 AM, Jan 12, 2021
and last updated 2021-01-12 10:11:44-05

BROOKLYN — One woman took her passion of teaching music to babies and toddlers right inside her Bedford-Stuyvesant studio.

When the pandemic hit, she turned to something creative and fun — a one-of-a-kind thrift store for the community.

Founder of Lavender Blues Studio Alex Branson, also known as “Lady B,” explained how she got into singing music to babies and where she got the idea of pivoting into a “free” thrift store for the community during COVID-19.

Click here for more info on Lavender Blues Studio and the free thrift store.