Trashcannon: an interview with Durango-based artist Caitlin Cannon about life, music, and releasing an album during a pandemic
By | Jacque Garcia
Caitlin Cannon is a truth-telling, sass-bringing, inequality-fighting, full-time musician and part-time hair salon owner based in Durango, Colorado. Her breakout solo album, wittily titled “Trashcannon,” will breathe life into your quarantine on May 15. Her raw and real record, self-labeled as “alternative insurgent country,” tells stories of achieving sobriety, growing up with a brother in prison, and forging a path for herself as a woman both in music and in life in general. ︎
By | Jenna Talbott
“We’ve been in the same scene for a while,” says Sarah Anne Degraw, sideways glancing Tony Holiday over a glass of whisky. The two are sharing a couch and post-show camaraderie in the green room after a successful night in the Salty City.
I ask which scene, in an to attempt to prompt a response (an art I have yet to master).
“The porn scene,” cracks Holiday warmly. “Collecting at cigarette lighter porn auctions.” ︎