Nashville-based songwriter Mason Zgoda has plans for an eventful 2021. These plans include continuing her education, the hopeful return of full-scale live shows, and the release of her record, Postcard to the World.
We sat down with Mason to discuss these plans, and to dig into the collaborative creative process that brought Postcard to the World to fruition.
If you’ve been broken before, the hardest part of falling in love might be allowing yourself to fall in the first place.
Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
Seth Witcher’s latest single might be more raw and vulnerable than any he’s released before, and we’re here for it.
Hear ‘The World is Falling’
You know that sinking feeling you get from watching love walk away? Usually, it’s accompanied by the annoying intrusion of an unwelcomed guest called loneliness.
Here Come the Blues…
We’ve all heard people who believe that social media is “too negative” or “overly political.” While there is a case to be made for those statements, it’s also worth pointing out that the power lies in the hands of its users.
Are you staying in the cycle of negativity, or are you working to change the narrative?
Get Some Real Talk!
Are drunk words truly sober thoughts? Does our lack of inhibition when intoxicated cause us to admit things — to others or ourselves — that we’d otherwise hold back?
Live music continues its comeback in Nashville. All around us, there are signs of 2021 being the revival we’ve hoped for.
If that means more sold out Music on the Move showcases at Marathon Music Works, sign us up!
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As spring approaches (and we wait for touring to return), we have some good news for you: it’s almost time to enjoy the 13th annual edition of Lightning 100’s Music City Mayhem tournament. And, if you’re a musician within a 30-mile radius of Nashville, you still have a chance to make a run at this year’s crown!
Michelle Stone and Jenna Rose are back with a new edition of Wine & Whine, a UMC Fun & Games segment sponsored by City Winery Nashville.
Tonight, we welcome members of Manic., alongside Nashville-based alt-pop artist Maggie Miles. Hear their stories while we keep it classy with some fine wines from City Winery Nashville.
Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
February is a bit of a paradox. It’s the shortest month on the calendar but, to our delight, there is never a shortage of superb tunes.
Listen to the Best of February