I spent my twenties touring up and down the east coast and sharing the stage with artists like Martina McBride, Aaron Tippin and many others. I’d write and perform original music for my management deal and then sit in with pop and rock bands to help pay the bills and my college expenses (party funds).

It was after my daughter was born, when I decided to finally follow my heart. I wrote my first album. Somehow, having her gave me the courage to actually write again.

People actually liked the album and bought it for themselves and for their friends at my shows! I was sort of shocked to know that something I contributed to makes you feel something…again.

The second move I made was to start my own mentoring and media businesses. I wanted to be free to design my own days doing creative work and most importantly to me, I wanted to be there for my daughter.

I’m so glad I did not give up and throw my laptop out the window every time I felt like it. I am so glad I did not give up on being an artist, just as I am.

This I know…Music pulls the strings of your heart and head and makes sense out of chaos. I am my music but this time with a strength and confidence as a woman in her forties and forged by hard things can do.

Thanks for having me back.

and to you… I say this:

Life is precious and brief.


xo, Carolan










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