Mar 31, 2012
This program was recorded at The Divorce Expo in March, 2012, and features Singer/Songwriter, Terry Radigan. Radigan debuted her first solo record, Radigan, which was released in 2000, and was praised by the likes of Billboard, Rolling Stone, People Magazine, and Mademoiselle, among others. Since then, Radigan has had her songs recorded by powerhouses, Faith Hill, Trisha Yearwood, Pam Tillis, Patty Loveless, Anuna, City High, Vinyl Pinups, and many more.
Fast forward to 2012, and you’ll find Radigan's latest album, The Breakdown of a Breakup. The album is a candid story of the breakup of a twenty-year relationship; sorrow, anger, wilderness, and the final phase of empowerment and moving on.
Terry shares her personal breakup story and tells how writing her new album was a form of therapy. (The good news is, writers write some of their biggest hits during a breakup, and this album is awesome!) And if you find yourself going through divorce, you'll totally relate to her songs.
In this podcast, we feature two songs from Terry's new album, Love Wouldn't Lie To Me and Not Giving Up On Love. For more on Terry and her music, visit: www.TerryRadigan.com.