Performing singer/songwriter Carol Montag has been described by folk music legend Tom Paxton as a “genuine discovery” and “the best thing to come out of Iowa since Bonnie Koloc.” Her influences include Joni Mitchell, Judy Collins, Eva Cassidy, Julie Andrews, John Denver, and James Taylor to name a few. She has recorded four solo albums and two Christmas CDs with Kathy Donnelly and Nina Swanson in the trio known as Tribute. Tribute performs Christmas music and has been performing to sell-out audiences for 16 years. Carol has opened for or shared the stage with Arlo Guthrie, Michael Johnson, Jim Post, Greg Brown, Priscilla Herdmann, David Wilcox, John Gorka, John Stewart, Cliff Eberhardt, Larry Groce, as well as Three Dog Night. She was commissioned to write music for Ballet Iowa and Ballet LaCrosse and performed live with both companies. Carol was invited by the US Ambassador of Cambodia, Kennet Quinn, to perform at the 2010 World Food Prize Laureate Award Ceremony. Past performers at the ceremony include such notables as Ray Charles, John Denver, and Simon Estes. Carol performs original songs, traditional and contemporary folk, and songs from the Great American Songbook on acoustic guitar and piano
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- “Songs are What Feelings Sound Like” Whether you play an instrument or not, if you enjoy writing songs or have thought about writing songs, this workshop is for you. We will discuss being a singer/songwriter, the songwriting process, tools, tips, and overcoming roadblocks
- “Being Comfortable in Front of an Audience” tools to overcoming fear and anxiety.