Conrad “Connie” Reeder is a multi-talented artist born in Columbus, Ohio in 1954. She began her career as a professional singer and musician, working as a staff singer in Nashville studios and performing in various venues around the world with John Denver. Denver also recorded a song they wrote, “Thanks to You.”

Reeder also pursued acting, studying at HB Studio in New York and performing in Off-Broadway shows. She  formed her own bands to perform her original music with a record deal on MoRocco Records. 

Reeder has also written articles for periodicals, including EQ Magazine and Sierra Club, and published a book titled Memory Clouds: Good Grief Bad Grief —written after her husband of 32 years, Roger Nichols, (8-time Grammy Winning Engineer/Producer) contracted Pancreatic Cancer and died in 2011.

She currently mentors grief workshops using writing genres such as poetry, essay, dialogue, or narrative to help people work through emotional pain. 

Reeder also has a Master of Fine Arts in Film, Theater & Communication Arts and is  working on a doctorate in Mythological Studies with Depth Psychology. She has worked as an English Adjunct, an independent script consultant and editor, and is currently writing a new TV series with the working title, Elementals. 

Reeder continues to sing in the studio and is planning for a new Harmonic Ocean  Project with Roger’s ocean recordings. Reeder has two daughters, Cimcie and Ashlee and two granddaughters,  and is a member of various professional organizations, including the Dramatists Guild, Actors Equity, and NARAS.