Courtney Marie Andrews (born November 7, 1990) is an American singer-songwriter originally from Phoenix, Arizona, United States. She released her first widely distributed and breakthrough album, Honest Life, in 2016. From 2010 to 2011, Andrews was an auxiliary member of Jimmy Eat World, appearing on their 2010 album Invented and acting as their keyboardist and backing vocalist on the subsequent tour.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundscape.id/support
Courtney Marie Andrews, Musician, Poet, and Author of Old Monarch
What is poetry asking of us? This question was top of mind at the start of Rachel Schwartzmann's conversation with artist Courtney Marie Andrews. The critically-acclaimed musician (and self-proclaimed "student of experience") has translated her wisdom and storytelling prowess into her debut poetry collection, Old Monarch, which "centers around themes of longing and a desire to belong while excavating scenes from her childhood in the American Southwest." Much like her heartfelt songwriting, in Old Monarch, Courtney's lyrical poetry is reminiscent of not only earthen terrain but of more complex territories, including self-discovery and transformation. Like a monarch itself, Courtney's creative work travels far and wide. But for Courtney, poetry in particular acts as a mechanism to go deeper. While this debut collection has come during a historic time of transformation, it is also a timeless reminder of how art can capture—and honor—the human condition. In this interview, Courtney shared more about creating with intention, her life as a musician and poet, and what she's learned about slowing down—and looking in. This episode also opens with a reading by Katie Yee of Literary Hub and Emergent Journal. A transcript of this episode is also available on our website: https://www.slowstoriespodcast.com/community/slow-stories-podcast-show-notes-courtney-marie-andrews
This week, in the final installment of our Americana April series here on Harmonics, host Beth Behrs speaks with folk singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews, who has just released Old Monarch, a beautiful collection of poetry, and her very first of its kind. Beth's own deep love of poetry makes for a perfect pair in this episode.On top of her songwriting and poetry, Andrews also had a deep passion for painting, and she and Beth discuss the difference between various artistic outlets and how she moves through a creative block, as well as the joy of creating art simply for the sake of creating art, not necessarily as something to be shared with the world - or with anyone, for that matter.Growing up in the Sonoran desert of Arizona, she has been influenced by the beauty and vastness of the desert since a young age, and the desert and nature in general continue to inspire her art and spirituality to this day. And as we will never know the answers to the major questions of the universe in this realm, Andrews finds comfort in embracing the beauty in the mysteries of life, rather than in the answers.She discusses the feeling of recently playing her first live show to an audience since the pandemic began, reads us some poetry from Old Monarch, and so much more on this episode.Hear our first two installments of Americana April with Fiona Prine (https://thebluegrasssituation.com/read/harmonics-with-beth-behrs-fiona-prine/) and Margo Price. (https://thebluegrasssituation.com/read/harmonics-with-beth-behrs-margo-price/)
Hello Hello Hello!Recently I spoke with Grammy-nominated musician and poet Courtney Marie Andrews! Her debut poetry collection, Old Monarch, came out on April 6, 2021. She has a hell of a unique poetic voice, and Old Monarch is a beautiful book. I'll read this again and again. Lucky for us, she agreed to read a couple of poems during this episode. Courtney is originally from Phoenix, Arizona, but has traveled the world round. We discuss her upbringing, travels, touring, the wisdom of the Sonoran, being nominated for a Grammy, writing honestly and self-critically, the work of Jack Gilbert, Gabriel García Márquez, John Steinbeck and East of Eden, Annie Dillard, and so much more. Please find more from Courtney at https://www.courtneymarieandrews.com and support her on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/CourtneyMarieAndrews.Until next time...
1030: 2020 Favorites - Idles, Badly Drawn Boy, Bartees Strange, Courtney Marie Andrews, John Calvin Abney
Rockin' the Suburbs
Day 8 of our 2020 listener series. Niklas Nygards likes Courtney Marie Andrews and Badly Drawn Boy. Scott from Marietta GA digs Idles. And Keith Jacobsen talks up Bartees Strange and John Calvin Abney. Episode editor: Jim Lenahan Become a Rockin' the Suburbs patron - support the show and get bonus content - at Patreon.com/suburbspod Subscribe to Rockin' the Suburbs on Apple Podcasts/iTunes or other podcast platforms, including audioBoom, Spotify, Google Play, SoundCloud, Stitcher and TuneIn. Or listen at SuburbsPod.com. Please rate/review the show on Apple Podcasts/iTunes and share it with your friends. Visit our website at SuburbsPod.com Email Jim & Patrick at email@example.com Follow us on the Twitter, Facebook or Instagram @suburbspod If you're glad or sad or high, call the Suburban Party Line — 612-440-1984. Theme music: "Ascension," originally by Quartjar, covered by Frank Muffin. Visit quartjar.bandcamp.com and frankmuffin.bandcamp.com (c) Artie S. Industries LLC
Blessed with one of the purest voices in Americana music today, Courtney Marie Andrews continues to impress on her new album Old Flowers. She joined us while on a brief vacation in Cape Cod to share some live versions of her new songs.
Courtney and Jim rap about writing whilst abroad, launching an album during a pandemic and holding out for an inspired work.Grab Courtney's new record - https://cma.lnk.to/OldFlowersWEEnter to win a Fender JA-90: http://bit.ly/PassThroughFrequenciesQ&A Details: Post a :15 video of yourself asking a question you’d like Jim to answer on a future podcast episode on your personal Twitter or Instagram (no story posts) and @jimmyeatworld #PassThroughFrequencies. Subscribe: https://smarturl.it/JEWSubscribe More Jimmy Eat World: https://www.jimmyeatworld.com https://www.facebook.com/jimmyeatworld https://www.instagram.com/jimmyeatworld https://twitter.com/jimmyeatworldSpotify: https://smarturl.it/JEWSpotifyApple: https://smarturl.it/JEWAppleMusic Animations and Logo: Tonianne Tartaro @tonianaro and Emily Argiro @em_argiro Credit Sequence Music: “Flying On By” by Jackson, Finn and Jim Adkins. Published by Red Pods Of Fire Music (Kobalt) Produced and Edited by Jim Adkins #JimAdkins #PassThroughFrequencies
s2 Ep11 Album reviews for Lianne La Havas, Jarv is and Courtney Marie Andrews. Plus Mercury chat.
JJ's Album Club
For the first time in this series we are under the same roof. Also for the first time ever we were live on Twitch. If you want to see future recordings live and get involved in real time then get yourself over to Twitch.tv/joeypagecomedy We will put up recording times on social media. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app