Episode 12

Published on:

17th Sep 2020

Caroline Cotter

Over the past five years, Caroline Cotter has essentially been constantly touring. That is, until the pandemic forced her to stop. She has spent the last six months in a very rural cabin in Maine--and she sat down to talk with me about the pandemic, self-care, and her approach to songwriting. We first met due to Emily Scott Robinson, and Caroline played our house in 2018. We have kept in touch ever since. She is a thoughtful person and songwriter with a truly lovely voice.

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About the Podcast

Music at Three Pines: The Podcast
A house concert promoter talks to musicians about the creative process.
At Music at Three Pines, we have hosted over 20 private house shows with incredible touring folk and Americana musicians. With the pandemic, we are on hiatus, but want to support these musicians as well as talk music. On this podcast, we will talk about the creative process, self-care, and the difficulties of the music industry.