Artwork coming along...

Hey, Nancy Carey Johnson, Singer/Songwriter with you. Thought I would let you know that I had a meeting with the incredibly talented Terre Lefferts Sunday. It was a, "… come and take a look and let me know what you think before I go any further" meeting and that was a good thing! My husband (who is a HUGE fan of Terre's work - and understandably so) went with me and while we had a few thoughts & suggestions, we were both SO impressed with her ideas and the progress she'd made. And better still? She's really on top of things. Read more about Artwork coming along... »

Another go...

Brrrrrrrr, Nancy Carey Johnson, Singer/Songwriter here with this cold and crazy weather we're having here in the foothills of the Berkshires: Ice storms, snow, hard thawing rains, overnight temps dipping well into the minus digits night after night after night. The good news is that we're due to go back into Melba Studios tomorrow with Con Doty and get the final electric guitar tracks down - YEA!!! Really looking forward to it and to moving ahead to the next stage of the project. I'l let you know how it goes,

Stay warm and safe,

Nancy Read more about Another go... »

Ahhh, Mother Nature

Good Morning, Nancy Carey Johnson, Singer/Songerwriter here with you on this bitterly cold morning in the Northeastern United States. My husband and 2 of our sons left the house at 6:00 AM and the thermometer said it was -12* outside; Yikes that's cold! So why am I telling you this? Well because the cold was a contributing factor to the snowfall we had the last couple of days. We got @ a foot of snow, which thankfully, was a very light, fluffy snow due to the bitter cold. Read more about Ahhh, Mother Nature »

Andy "Banjovi" Gordon

Hi All, Nancy Carey Johnson, Singer/Songwriter here. Time to tell you about another wonderful find, Mr. Andy “Banjovi” Gordon. As with most people working on my CD, Wild Women Don't Get the Blues, there is a story behind Andy's appearance. You see, I thought I'd found a banjo player for a couple of my songs. She is local and came highly recommended. She was all ready to do this project for me until I mentioned the “L” word. At the mention of the word Lawyer, she elected not to work on my project because she didn't want to be involved on something so 'corporate'. Read more about Andy "Banjovi" Gordon »

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