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Those tragedies include the murder-suicide of her parents in 1986, when Moorer was 14 and older sister, singer Sheby Lynne, was 17.
Moorer was in Nashville last week to debut songs from the new album at the Americana Music Association conference.
He was diagnosed at 23 months, which is almost 2 1/2 years ago.
It's not something that you ever get used to because it constantly changes.
I have always thought that writing songs and singing was my way of communicating and my way of putting out something that I needed to put out there.
I've had quite a few hard experiences in my life, from losing my parents at a young age, to difficult relationships, to just having a hard time in the music business.
John Henry has been in a special school and has done ABA [applied behavior analysis] therapy since two weeks after we found out.
He started speech therapy and occupational therapy even before that because we knew something was going on.
I wouldn't have a record if it weren't for those relationships that I've had for so long.This particular day we cut four or five songs in the morning and "Thunderstorm Hurricane" was on the list.He made it really, really special."Mama Let the Wolf In" has some of the most ferocious vocals you've probably ever done., she was married (to fellow musician Steve Earle) and was just two months away from the birth of the couple's son, John Henry.
Now, nearly five years later, as she prepares for the release of her next LP, the brilliant — and extraordinarily candid — It's hardly the first time Moorer has addressed personal struggles (or tragedies) on record.No one knows what causes autism; no one knows how to cure autism. I admittedly have lied awake at night and asked myself what did I do, where did I go wrong? If I had just not done this or if I hadn't exposed him to that. Basically the song is channeling that energy and expressing that extreme frustration at not being able to protect him.