It was Matt Kelly’s choice to discuss Shawn Colvin’s “Sunny Came Home”. Not only is he a huge fan of the song, but the song itself was the inspiration for the whole concept behind the One Hit Thunder podcast. If you like the show, be sure to rate, review, and subscribe. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, follow us on our social media: Twitter: @1hitThunderPod Instagram: onehitthunderpodcast Wanna create your own podcast? Contact us at www.weknowpodcasting.com for more information. Visit punchlion.com for Punchline tour dates, news, and merch. Find out more at https://one-hit-thunder.pinecast.co Find out more at https://one-hit-thunder.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
Shawn Colvin's Voice Combines Sparkle, Strength And Vulnerability
How does Shawn Colvin stay busy during a pandemic? By pairing her own hits with classics of the silver screen. In Live From These Four Walls you’ll hear a solo acoustic reinterpretation of her 1992 album, Fat City, and a second album of movie songs like “Edelweiss,” “Beyond Thunderdome,” “To Sir With Love” and “Everybody’s Talking.”
Today we are talking with Grammy Award winning musician, singer and songwriter Shawn Colvin. You may know Shawn from some of her hit songs such as “Sunny Came Home.” And Shawn has a new live album out called Dragon Clouds, a recording of a 1994 Los Angeles show. Shawn will also be touring in 2022 to mark the 30th anniversary of her debut album Steady On. Now on a personal note, it was wonderful to get the chance to talk with Shawn again. Shawn was actually one of the first artists I ever interviewed for Psychology Today who was open about her struggles with mental health. The first time we spoke was back in 2014 where Shawn shared her struggle with depression and alcoholism. What was so striking was Shawn’s openness about how depression interfered with her engaging in basic life functioning. Just getting up in the morning could be an all day task if it ever happened at all. And the feedback I got on the interview was so powerful. People talked about how the stigma of mental illness had held them back from sharing their mental health issues with others, in some cases so much so that people didn’t get treatment for their depression and addiction. And Shawn’s sharing her story gave people hope that they could reach out and get the help and support they needed. And that feedback was ultimately one of the reasons my wife Aylin and I decided to eventually launch The Hardcore Humanism Podcast. We saw the power of someone like Shawn to not only change people’s lives through their music, but also through sharing personal stories of how they overcame barriers such as depression and addiction to pursue their authentic lives. A core goal of humanistic approaches to therapy is to help people remove barriers in their lives so that they can self-actualize. And one of the barriers that many people face in pursuing and achieving their best, actualized selves is mental illness. In our conversation today we talk in depth with Shawn about how depression and alcoholism interfered with a central core feature of her purpose in life, which is to be a creative artist. And Shawn talks specifically about the regimen that she uses for her ongoing recovery from both depression and alcoholism. *****Newsletter: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/GBmf0iU/HardcoreHumanismSignUp Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hardcorehumanism/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HardcoreHumanism/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/hardcorhumanism LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/hardcore-humanism
Shawn Colvin on Joni Mitchell's Legacy : The Joni Mitchell Podcast with Zachary Scot Johnson, Episode 26
The Joni Mitchell Podcast
Singer/ songwriters Zachary Scot Johnson ( http://www.zacharyscotjohnson.com ) & Shawn Colvin ( http://www.shawncolvin.com ) discuss Joni Mitchell's legacy and her work. Shawn inducted Joni into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, recorded a fantastic album in Joni's house with Joni's then-husband Larry Klein and has performed at a number of benefits and tributes with and for Joni over the years. Check out Shawn's upcoming holiday show on http://www.mandolin.com and enjoy her full performance of "Holiday Songs and Lullabies" and more holiday classics with a full band on December 17th. Get her beautiful memoir, "Diamond in the Rough" at your local bookstore and her perfect records at your local music store. Thank you, Shawn. Email the host at JoniMitchellPodcast@gmail.com and please remember to rate, review and subscribe to this podcast if you enjoy it!
320. Sarah Jarosz on Shawn Colvin 'A Few Small Repairs' (1996)
My Favorite Album with Jeremy Dylan
Grammy-award winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist wunderkind Sarah Jarosz joins me to talk about Shawn Colvin’s classic ‘A Few Small Repairs’ album, from discovering it as a prepubescent growing up in Texas to falling in love with the album on a whole new level during an I’m With Her tour a few years ago. We dig into the way the Texas singer-songwriter scene loomed over Sarah as a child, meeting and working with Shawn and other legendary musicians including Paul Simon, the many subtleties in the arrangements throughout the album and how she teamed up with the album’s producer, friend of the show John Leventhal, to make her brilliant new album ‘World on the Ground’.
Three-time Grammy winner and ten-time nominee Shawn Colvin joins Scott and Paul to chat about her remarkable three-decade career as a pioneering folk-pop singer-songwriter. American Songwriter Podcast Network
We’re burning up for this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST! Join your hosts as they make a few small repairs and review the 1997 folk rock hit, “Sunny Came Home” by Shawn Colvin. We’ll discuss your local Kohl’s playlist, journaling, and how listening to the lyrics can make an upbeat song pretty dark and disturbing. This episode is on fire! So, get the kids, bring a sweater, sit down in your favorite room, and make it your mission to listen to this episode of THE STORY SONG PODCAST. "Sunny Came Home" by Shawn Colvin (from the album A Few Small Repairs) is available on Apple Music, Google Play Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, or wherever you listen to music. Continue the conversation; follow THE STORY SONG PODCAST on social media. Follow us on Twitter (@Story_Song), Instagram (storysongpodcast), and Facebook (thestorysongpodcast). THE STORY SONG PODCAST is a member of the Forge Audio Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices