New Zealandesque New York singer/songwriter, Carrie Beehan, and her father (in the form of a bottle of gin) join Cynthia Cherish Malaran in the studio today to discuss how food, drink and family inform the music you create and thus, feed into the world. We will discuss the process of creating Carrie’s new album, entitled “Alazon In the Quiet Room” which is available now on iTunes, and is receiving critical praise in a growing number of music publications online.
On musical collaboration: “We live in a time now where it’s all about how can I help you. You let people in. Let too many cooks into the kitchen. It doesn’t spoil the broth.” – Carrie Beehan [33:23]