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Heather McCready: A Songwriter's Sojourn

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I’ve always dreamed of being a songwriter. It was in my soul. It’s who I am. I’m a writer and a musician. I felt like I was going to burst if I didn’t begin to express myself.
– Heather McCready


When singer songwriter Heather McCready performs a live show, she shares more than music with her audience.

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Verlon Thompson on the life of a songwriter - ‘It’s about the soul and spirit.’

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When he looks back on his long career as a songwriter, Verlon Thompson will probably have fond memories of 2010.

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Robert Earl Keen: The road goes on forever and the party never ends, or so it seems

Texas troubador Robert Earl Keen is living the lines from his most popular song, “The Road Goes On Forever (And The Party Never Ends),” – and he’s in the doghouse for it.

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Willis Alan Ramsey: Songwriters Sojourn

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I got more wishes than I deserved at that point. I had to pull back and figure out what had just happened ... it was many, many years until I truly appreciated all the great opportunities I had.
– Willis Alan Ramsey on life after the release of his only CD in 1972, when he was just 20 years old.
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Terri Hendrix: Songwriters Sojourn

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The song came to me in a dream. It’s
horribly sad. It’s going to be hard to do live because I just feel really exposed.

– Terri Hendrix on “The Berlin Wall” from her new CD “Cry Till You Laugh.”

When she was growing up, singer/songwriter Terri Hendrix lived in Panama where her father was stationed in the Army. Instead of leading an idyllic childhood in the tropics, Hendrix had a tough time.

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