Fiddle in the White City

Cuppa Tea chat with Liz Carroll about relationships and time
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How did fiddle player and composer Liz Carroll get her groove? How does anybody living a creative life manage?

Liz’s thoughts about weathering different creative chapters, appreciating different styles, and savoring all the little moments are an antidote to the frazzled, the doubters, the unsure.

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Thank you to everybody for listening. And a special thank you to this month’s underwriters: Brian Benscoter, Scott Maurer, Michael Wilson, and Billie Neal for supporting this episode.

Episode 19-Fiddle in the Windy City
Cuppa Tea chat with fiddler Liz Carroll about relationships and time
This Irish Music Stories episode aired August 14, 2018
https://shannonheatonmusic.com/episode-19-fiddle-in-the-white-city/

Speakers, in order of appearance
>> Shannon Heaton: flute player, singer, composer, teacher, and host of Irish Music Stories 
>> Nigel Heaton: young announcer for Irish Music Stories, and co-producer of this story
>> Sam Amidon: Musician/singer from Brattleboro, Vermont who is both a practitioner of Irish traditional fiddle and a composer/inventor of neo-folk and multi-media performances
>> Liz Carroll: Chicago-based fiddle player and composer who has been named All-Ireland champ, Grammy nominee, National Heritage Fellow, and TG4 Cumadóir

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Chicago-based fiddle player and composer who has been named All-Ireland champ, Grammy nominee, National Heritage Fellow, and TG4 Cumadóir

Musician/singer from Brattleboro, Vermont who is both a practitioner of Irish traditional fiddle and a composer/inventor of neo-folk and multi-media performances

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