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The story behind the Carry On song lyrics: Nice things take time

Just my Grandma and I were standing around her dinning room table when she said, "Nice things take time." I'll never forget it. It was like a piece of advice and an observation all in one, and it stuck in my memory for good. So, below is an excerpt from a previous post. You can… Continue reading The story behind the Carry On song lyrics: Nice things take time

Two strange things happened while recording “Carry On” at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville

They say people can feel the spirit of the Ryman Auditorium while visiting it, whether you're on its stage or sitting in the old wooden church pews that are its seating. I know I felt like there was something really special about the space, like I could sense the presence of all the people who… Continue reading Two strange things happened while recording “Carry On” at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville

Carry On Song Inspiration

The story behind the Carry On song lyrics: Keep your chin up honey, Not everyone’s gonna love you like me

Was there ever someone in your life who said something to you and in one moment it immediately lifted your spirits and stuck with you for good? It's the best, right? My grandma Mary Jean, pictured here with me, once said.. "Not everyone's gonna like you. Just be nice to everyone, smile and... keep your… Continue reading The story behind the Carry On song lyrics: Keep your chin up honey, Not everyone’s gonna love you like me

Carry On song lyrics capture a childlike spirit

That's me in the picture. Yes, I'm floating down a river in Wisconsin with no life jacket! I found this photo when I was looking for pictures that carry the spirit of the song I wrote and am now recording called CARRY ON. I've been playing around with making it my single cover art. Like… Continue reading Carry On song lyrics capture a childlike spirit

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Why I thought I was an orphan in kindergarten, and how it led to Annie Lynn Music

Were you ever told how you got your name?┬áNames are weird right? It's literally the first thing that's given to us by our parents and we live with it the rest of our lives. Well, except if you legally ever change it, like when getting married of course. Then there's the question of whether or… Continue reading Why I thought I was an orphan in kindergarten, and how it led to Annie Lynn Music