A podcast conversation with Mary Chapin Carpenter to celebrate the release of her 16th studio album, The Dirt and The Stars.
Part Three: We're Doing What We Love
Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sarah Kay conclude their conversation by discussing Mary Chapin's career, influences, and legacy.
Part Two: Many Different Places
Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sarah Kay discuss the songs "Secret Keepers," "Asking For A Friend," "American Stooge," and "Everybody's Got Something."
Part One: Thousands of Different Ways
Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sarah Kay discuss the songs "Old D35," "Farther Along and Further In," "The Dirt and The Stars," "It's Ok to Be Sad," "Where the Beauty Is," and "Nocturne."
Trailer for One Story with Mary Chapin Carpenter and Sarah Kay
Trailer for One Story, a podcast conversation with Mary Chapin Carpenter to celebrate the release of her 16th album, The Dirt and The Stars.
The Best of humanity
How lucky I was that evening In the mid 1970s when I walked into Food for Thought on DuPont Circle in Washington DC - and first heard Mary Chapin’s soothing voice and intelligent, heartfelt lyrics. Whether at Wolf Trap, the Birchmere, or in Bethesda at a fundraiser for the late, great John Jennings, she has mirrored so many of our journeys...giving voice to our own lives, ....what it means to be human. I find myself reading the lyrics to “The Dirt and the Stars” over and over again. Love this podcast and the gift of MCC’s Songs from Home too. I am even beginning to love squeaky toys! It all resonates.
Thanks for showing us the best of humanity. There is no useless day....”as long as there’s a sky..”
Completely in love with this conversation. My spirit was resurrected today because of it.
This podcast was well placed and very reinforcing for where I am now, thank you both!