Candace's new CD, The Love I'm In has been released

Candace Anderson Corrigan

Yellow Ribbon Brigade
Candace Anderson
Ms. Anderson wrote and perfomed this hour long program on women activists, with special emphasis on the Tennessee suffrage movement that debuted at University of Tennessee at Knoxville in August 1995, the program featured colorized slides by Jeanne Kahan, and musical accompaniment by mandolinist George Pearce.

Talking to a Tennessee Moon
A CD/Cassette with 10 songs based on interviews of women living in rural Tennessee. Principle musicians Mark O'Connor, Jerry Douglas, and Edgar Meyer. All songs written and performed by Ms. Anderson in an acoustic country style.

Running for Freedom
A half hour drama produced for public radio, Running for freedom won a national broadcasting award, and is based on the true story of one young woman's suffrage movement, produced for and with Gladys Mckinney, P.E.d.

Sponsored by the Commerce Department and Humanities council of Michigan, Ms. Anderson served as artistic director, writer, composer, and performer for this production that artistically portrayed aspects of the 19th and early 20th century Great Lakes culture. Touring 10 cities, the program featured internationally acclaimed jazz artist, folk musicians, dancers, historians, actors and native American drummers.

Ms. Anderson resides in Nashville Tennessee. She is the executive director of Hungry Ear Productions, a 501-c-3 nonprofit organization dedicated to quality programming for public television and public radio.


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