Season 1, Episode 16: Sonya Cotton
SPECIAL EPISODE! One hour of guest's story AND more than hour of music and the story behind the music!
Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Sonya Cotton. Sonya was born and raised in New Jersey. After graduating from Vassar College with a major in Fine Art, she moved to the SF Bay Area where she lived for nine years before relocating to Salt Lake City in December of 2016 with her husband and son. Sonya has self-released four full-length albums of her own compositions, the most recent being "When I Go Home" (released in January, 2017). She is also half of "Tiny Home", a duo that she and her husband started in 2009, which specializes in unique arrangements of both well-loved and unknown songs written by other people. Tiny Home has released two albums: a self-titled collection of lullabies and love songs, and a Christmas album. Sonya's harmonies can be heard on albums by Jay William Henderson, Chris Kiehne, Mike Sempert, and The National Lights.
You can stream/purchase Sonya's music at:
You can hear Tiny Home here:
And Sonya's harmonies here:
The Curiosity Hour Podcast is hosted and produced by Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund.
Dan and Tommy thank Sonya for being very generous to allow us to share so many of her songs with you. All Sonya Cotton songs are copyright of Sonya Cotton and they are used with permission from her for use in this podcast.
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The brief music at the beginning and end of the podcast is the track, "Trail" on the album "Trail EP" by Nobara Hayakawa. We are using under creative commons license. The artist/publisher does not endorse or approve any of the content of this podcast.
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