Sleeping-Baby-With-Cat-1024x640Through the years one of the most common comments I get from “fans”is this: My kids go to sleep to your music every night.” I am really happy that my tunes don’t scare people. But I also worry that if anyone listens in their cars they might doze off and….
Since I’m sort of skilled at singing people to sleep…including years of Young Women at Girls Camp…I’ve decided to make a LULLABY ALBUM. I’m inviting the rest of you to come into the bedrooms of my darling grandchildren while I sing them to sleep. Not really. But sort of.
I am thrilled to be working once again with MARK STEPHENSON at Metro Studios. MICHAEL DOWDLE, the master of guitar work, has been adding his magic fingers to the mix. And the divine harmonies of MERLYN SCHOFIELD are adding sweetening. It’s been a real joy to be back in the studio.
I’ll keep you posted.
Meanwhile, I’ve been really bad at posting on my web calendar.
Tomorrow night I play for the Sons of Utah Pioneers banquet in SLC. And Friday June 27th I am playing at the Children’s Art Yard in the UTAH ARTS FESTIVAL. The gig at the Homestead, which was planned for next Friday has been cancelled due to a family wedding. Sorry, this came up after they had printed their posters.
Anyway, I hope to see some of you somewhere.
In the meantime, be nice to each other and have a safe and happy summer.

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Lent Writing 2014

Though I am not Catholic, I do believe in the sacredness of the Holy season, leading Christians to the most sacred of holidays, Easter. Each year I make a commitment to write for each day of Lent, the season of sacrifice. I publish my writing on my blog, www.coriconnors.blogspot.com. You’re welcome to take a gander. […]

March 6, 2014 0
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Creative Juices

I so adore the holiday season. I love the colors, and the lights, and the frenetic energy, and the peaceful moments in front of the fire. And I savor the opportunity to sing music that speaks my heart. The beauty of Thanksgiving and Christmas, in the sense of performing, is I make no apologies for […]

January 17, 2014 0
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Tis the Season

Who doesn’t love finding out that people want to come hear them when they have something to say? I don’t profess to be a great singer, or performer for that matter. I think what I do is talk with pitch, and that’s what I have to share. A casual family room type conversation what happens […]

November 25, 2013 0
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Is it too early to put up Christmas lights?

I admit it, I have criticized in the past. I have clicked my tongue against the roof of my mouth and pursed my eyebrows, tossing my head back ever so slightly, culminating in a judgmental shake with the whisper of these words falling from my lips: “Seriously,” says I, “can’t we at least wait till […]

November 8, 2013 0
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Seasons Change

Autumn is such a beautifully confusing time. All in one Saturday afternoon we pulled perfectly good summertime flowers from our flower beds, knowing the frost is coming and our yard work time is limited. Then we loaded the grandkids in the car and trucked on down Main Street to the pumpkin patch, where the kids […]

October 20, 2013 0
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Welcome Warmth!

from my front porch Welcome warmth!  And a hearty farewell to old man winter! Welcome bare feet and cool green grass and whispering breezes and flowering bulbs of spring.  I do appreciate winter of its snuggle down-ness, and for the lovely contrast it sets up for springtime.  The bleak midwinter makes the splash of color in […]

May 23, 2013 0
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Hi Folks. If you are a songwriter, or you want to be a songwriter, or if you would like to know about songwriting, this is for you. Sponsored by Bountiful’s own MURPHY’S GUITARS: 4th Annual Songwriter’s Workshop Murphy’s Guitars is proud to host the 4th annual Songwriter’s Workshop with Cori Connors the weekends of Feb. […]

February 20, 2013 0
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Welcome 2013!

OK, I should be taking down the tree.  Epiphany has come and gone, and the city will be picking up spent Christmas trees at the curbside on Saturday, so unless I want an 8 foot evergreen lying sideways in the front yard until spring cleanup, I’d better get moving. We had a swirly holiday; joy […]

January 9, 2013 0
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Our little family at the Governor’s Mansion Artist Award, 2012. A few years back, Dave and I went to pay our respects to a deceased friend at one of our local funeral homes in the neighboring town of Kaysville, UT. It was pouring rain as we walked out of the building. I found myself huddled […]

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