Tennessee Music Blog by Candace Corrigan

Archive for June, 2008

24
Jun

Memories of Full Summer

Click to listen to this week’s song, Jimmy as a Boy. Driving home from Franklin today, big white clouds in a 6 o clock sky, rain clouds to the north, I watched a farmer’s truck pulling a trailer, working with his tractor and hay fork on a side road. He was loading big beautiful round […]

16
Jun

Listening to Dame Evelyn Glennie

Click to listen to this week’s song, If You Can Hear My Song. This week, a friend of mine needed some help with some closed captioning for a video project, something I have had to learn how to do. It is painstaking, exacting, slow work, so when you say that you will do an hour […]

09
Jun

Summer Music

Click here to listen to this week’s music played on the Cherokee cane flute. I have my own definition of the beginning of summer. Some of the elements of my definition of summer are subtle… the spring wildflowers give way to the summer wildflowers, the sun rises over the church across the street well before […]

02
Jun

A Love That Never Dies

Click here to listen to this week’s song, Sean MacDonald. When I first came to Nashville years ago, my friends took me to Radnor Lake, a state park that is located in the south of the city. It reminded me very much of living in the country in Macon County, but with maintained trails that […]

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