Hayley Reardon has been writing songs since the age of eleven. She’s already released two EPs of her own music, shared the stage with music legends like Tom Rush, and partnered with anti-bullying organizations like Pacer.org. Now at 16, she just issued her first full-length album, an entire disc of her own music called Where the Artists Go.
Tony Peters talks with the singer/songwriter about trying to juggle school and a music career, what is was like working with producer Lorne Entress, and how she came up with the clever CD booklet that looks like a journal. Peters’ 12-year old son, Christian, also helps out with the interview, and asks her some questions.