Monthly Archives: January 2020

We Have Ourselves a February Underground Writers Round Lineup!

It seemed like just last week that we were at Nashville’s historic Douglas Corner Cafe, celebrating the first Underground Writers Round of a new year and decade.

Oh, right. We were just there.

Well, at any rate, how about we keep the good times rolling by telling you who’s performing on our February edition?

Meet the Writers

The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Wednesday, January 22

As we mentioned a bit earlier this month, Mike Bay’s new project Borrowed Sparks will be featured on an upcoming episode of The Quinn Spinn this March.

So, we might as well help you get acquainted early!

Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn

PREVIEW: ‘Women on Fire’ Celebrates One Year at EXIT/IN this Wednesday

Nashville — and, in general, all corners of the music industry and creative space — is filled at every turn with talented women. Some are musicians, others are entrepreneurs, and all of them are working hard to make their way in a world where recognition is often hard to come by.

For the past year, Erin McLendon has provided an opportunity for these female creatives to shine at Nashville’s popular EXIT/IN.

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The Quinn Spinn: Ben Danaher (Jan. 20, 2020)

Texas native Ben Danaher is an Americana artist based in Nashville who has spent extensive time on the road with Aaron Lewis, the country artist and frontman of rock band, Staind.

On today’s episode of The Quinn Spinn, Ben shares his experiences from the road, as well as the stories of loss that inspired his most recent full-length album, Still Feel Lucky. We also take a brief look into what the future holds, and discuss the importance of building momentum as an artist.

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LISTEN: Elisabeth Beckwitt’s ‘Other Side of Sober’ an Honest Look at Recovery

One thing we’ve come to learn about Elisabeth Beckwitt over the past year is that she pulls no punches. Her lyrics and message are transparent and soul-bearing, examining the human condition and the challenges we face in overcoming our struggles.

So, taking that understanding into our first listen of Elisabeth’s new EP, Other Side of Sober, we can certainly say we got what we came here for!

Hear ‘Other Side of Sober’
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