Connie Regan-Blake is considered a pioneer in bringing storytelling to a national audience. She helped to shape and ignite the American storytelling revival. She is a founding member of the National Storytelling Association. She has worked both as a solo artist and as a member of the acclaimed Folktellers duo.
Connie's collaboration with the Kandinsky Trio has been hailed as a new art form. This form combines storytelling and chamber music. She also tells traditional Appalachian Mountain Tales and poignant true-life dramas. She resides in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Asheville, North Carolina.
Besides forming a storytelling partnership, Connie Regan-Blake and Barbara Freeman co-wrote, produced, and starred in Asheville's longest theatrical production (1986-1992).