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Spotlight Session: John Coinman

Also on Arizona Spotlight: how to build community resilience in the midst of the crisis.

Social distancing on Mount Lemmon Hikers on Mount Lemmon practicing social distancing.
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Arizona Spotlight

April 2, 2020

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Featured on the April 2nd, 2020 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

— How can we bolster our mental resilience during difficult times? Professor Daniel Sullivan offers insights from the Cultural-Existential Psychology Lab at the University of Arizona.

Daniel Sullivan VIEW LARGER Daniel Sullivan is a director of the Cultural-Existential Psychology Lab at the University of Arizona that studies how culture influences human suffering.
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— And, John Coinman, a singer and a songwriter who has spent decades traveling the world with his music, plays a special Spotlight Session. Coinman shares the emotional stories behind some of his songs, including a couple from his newest album, Under the Sun.

Bonus track: Listen to John Coinman perform a song from his sixth studio album Under the Sun that pays tribute to his long friendship with Michael Blake, the author of Dances with Wolves:

Listen to the songs:

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Spotlight Session Music by John Coinman

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John Coinman - vocals, guitar & harmonica

Songs: Love is Everywhere / 41 Crosses / Hey Man What About You / Brothers on the Run

Recorded and mixed by Jim Blackwood in the AZPM Radio Studio on 1-17-2020.

John Coinman Musician John Coinman at AZPM studio.
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