Tennessee Music Blog by Candace Corrigan

Archive for May, 2008

26
May

Wandering Indiana

Click here to listen to this week’s song. One of my friends is a songwriter named Daniel Market. He is a devoted songwriter, very interested in the craft of writing. He is passionate about music, and he is also known for cracking himself up when he writes a funny song. We don’t always agree about […]

19
May

Echoes of the Civil War

Click here to listen to this week’s song. Years ago, when I first came to Macon County, my friends and I decided to clean up an old graveyard that was down by the creek on our farm. The graveyard was completely overgrown with brush and weeds. The idea was that there were probably some people […]

13
May

Listening to Spring

Click here to listen to this week’s song. There are years in Tennessee when spring is a brief transition between coolish and downright hot, punctuated with a series of brief cold spells that my neighbors in Macon County used to call redbud winter, dogwood winter, and blackberry winter. It took me some time to realize […]

04
May

Thinking About Emma Bell Miles

Click here to listen to the public radio 10 minute piece about Emma Bell Miles that includes her song. I have taken to walking in the early mornings, along the greenway next to the river. After our recent rain this week, it is lush with new green leaves and blooming trees, the river high and […]

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