The author and her partner, John D. Swan, had successful careers in the music business prior to John’s stroke. Here’s the place to LISTEN to the music they made.
Here, too, are the links to the Interviews on Radio or Live Events that Nancy has done for the book.
|John D. Swan:
Performer and Composer
|Live at Erny’s Jazz Club:
Summer Jazz Festival 1981
|“At it Again” composed by John D. Swan|
|“Blues Today” John Swan on trumpet|
|“Groovin’ High” John Swan on trumpet|
|“How High the Moon” John Swan jazz solo|
|“I’ll Remember April” John Swan trumpet & jazz solo|
|Music composed for the The Huntington Library introductory slide show 1988|
|Original Slide show by Nancy Weckwerth|
|Aired 12/16/2016 Click HERE to hear the Hay House Interview. (This link will be available soon.)|
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|Hand in Hand Show Podcasts||Nancy is a regular participant in “The Hand in Hand Show”, a product of Strokefocus. As a participant, she fulfills two roles. She is often one of the Co-Hosts of the show.
In addition, she has been interviewed several times on specific topics for Caregivers. You can hear them by clicking the link below. Once you reach the show, go to the menu at the top that says “Single Episodes” and select “Caregivers”. You will find Nancy’s episodes where she was interviewed.
|The Caregiver’s Caregiver Podcast||Dave Nassaney, the Caregivers’ Caregiver interviews Nancy|
Radio out of San Antonio, Texas,
Nancy was interviewed in person on the air in San Antonio, TX on February 19th, 2017. The link below will allow you to hear that show.