Kyshona Armstrong is a songwriter and vocalist who grew up in South Carolina, learning the magic of a melody while singing with her family at church each week. She worked in the music therapy field in Atlanta and Athens for 12 years, then left that industry when she moved to Nashville in 2014. But through her work with Southern Girls Rock Camp, performing for the incarcerated, and her extensive tours of the US and the UK, music therapy is not completely in her past.
On this episode of My Fantasy Funeral, Kyshona and host Ryan Breegle discuss how her choice to play oboe in school represents her desire to stand out as an adult, the eerie coincidences that brought her to Nashville, and what it’s like to sing at the funeral of a friend.
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Music by Kindercastle.