Firstly, I want to thank you for your music. I hope hearing that never loses its significance. “Doubter’s Prayer” saved me at one of my lowest points with depression and I can’t thank you enough for penning the words that stitched up my soul. At the risk of getting a bit too heavy, I’d like to say as someone who grapples with her faith daily—no matter what I pray and what I’m told I should believe—it’s healing to hear that you’re not alone in your struggles.
Secondly, and less heavy, are you a Pisces? I feel like you’re a Pisces.
Thirdly, I live in an area outside of Chicago with a lot of fun breweries and coffee shops with live music. What’s the best way to go about putting a bug in the establishment’s ear about your music, supposing you’d be open to a smaller venue?
Take care of yourself and thank you for YOU!
Thanks for sharing Jen. Truthfully, I feel like I lose the ability to see my music as significant at all daily and little messages like this often help keep me going. Thank you for the encouragement. I love that sentiment and agree. We all just kinda want to know that we aren't alone with our thoughts I suppose.
I think I'm a Leo? I get kind of confused about all those different things to be honest. Why do you feel like I'm a Pisces?
Unfortunately there is no establishment for you to place a bug into the ear of. Just me and an old pal that does all the management. We aren't actively booking right now (I need a break), but as soon as we are I'll definitely keep that area in mind. (Smaller venues are perfect my shows are generally 50-100 people).
Thanks for your kindness. New record tonight at midnight! :)
Mr. Kilgannon, in the 9/27/13 edition of the New York Times, your wonderful article on the life and lifestyle of Harry Rosen of Manhattan, then 103 years old (young) was published. Can you tell us what has transpired since? Thank you. Richard HenryCorey Kilgannon responded on 05/17/2018 Next question
I've been listening to your music for about a month, and I have to say, it's some of the most vulnerable, honest, deeply powerful and moving music I've heard. Thank you for being so real. I know I'm probably echoing so many when I say this, but I heard "Doubter's Prayer" at a time where I was struggling with my own faith, while also leading worship weekly at a church group at my school. I just want to thank you for that brutally honest song that made me recognize that I am not the only person questioning what I believe.
Anyways, what's something you're looking forward over the summer?