Cowboy Junkies’ Margo Timmins on Loss, Nature, and the Sharon sessions

The lead singer details the bands new album, Such Ferocious Beauty

Cowboy Junkies Such Ferocious Beauty podcast interview
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Cowboy Junkies’ Margo Timmins joins Kyle Meredith to talk about the band’s new LP, Such Ferocious Beauty, and how it tells the story of dealing with their father’s battle with dementia and eventual death.

The singer details how she finds her place in the songs after her brother and bandmate Michael Timmins initially pens them, as well as their shared memories, the role of nature in the LP, the finality of death, and the dread that comes from watching too much television and news.

On the less morbid side, Timmins also talks about the band’s long lost album Sharon, which was just released after over 30 years in the vault, and what else might still be waiting to see the light of day.


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