Singer, songwriter, actress, and radio and television producer Candace Corrigan has had a varied media career mixing historical research with creative work. Her Sampler of Michigan Pioneer Women was a theatrical production based on letters and diaries of actual people that was later produced on public radio. Through a Woman's Voice, a similar project based on the writings of Tennessee women between the 18th and 20th centuries, also found a place on public radio as well as becoming a two-CD set of stories and original songs. Corrigan's The Perfect 36 was a radio documentary on women's voting rights, while Running for Freedom was a radio drama about a female runaway slave. Corrigan issued an album, Talking to a Tennessee Moon, under the name Candace Anderson. In 2004 came The Love I'm In. She is also the host of the music and interview radio show The Nashville Nobody Knows.
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