Candace Corrigan, my absolute favorite Nashville podcaster of all time

Candace Corrigan, my absolute favorite Nashville podcaster of all time:  Wow. Last night, I was at dinner with Candace Corrigan who has started a podcast called the Nashville Nobody Knows. When I got home, I set it up on my feeds and started listening to it about an hour ago.

Geez, Candace. This is amazing.  The first show I heard was an
interview with the with Dave Sinko
,
the recording engineer of one of
the greatest albums I’ve ever heard: Appalachia Spring. I’m listening
now to an interview with Mark Montgomery of echomusic (and will soon be
purchasing some of the music from artists they’re talking about and playing).

Candace, this is great. Really.

If you’re frustrated with the crap that is played on commercial country
radio (a topic I’ve blogged numerous times in the past), subscribe
to Candace’s podcast.

Geez. Now, this is what I’m talking about, people. Do this.

  • Cole

    “If you’re frustrated with the crap that is played on commercial country radio (a topic I’ve blogged numerous times in the past), subscribe to Candace’s podcast.”

    Or you can just move to Austin. 😉 We don’t mess around with that commercial country crap here. While we’re on the subject, can I plug a friend of mine (hopefully Rex won’t mind)? If you folks make it to Austin, go check out Robyn Ludwick (www.robynludwick.com). She just released her first album a couple of days ago. She’s good people and is putting out some great music (it’s in her genes). Sample mp3’s are available on her website.

    And I will go check out Candace’s podcasts…

  • rex

    I promise, Cole. Candace’s show is a lot better than that music I recommended from SXSW that you hated.

  • kathleen

    I listened. I loved. (I voted, too) wow.