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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Friday, June 14

We’ve never played, featured, or interviewed Moon Taxi on The Quinn Spinn — although, we’d certainly be willing, should the opportunity arise. We quite enjoy their work.

Either way, I felt like sending you into the weekend with this deeper cut from their 2018 full-length release, Let the Record Play.

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Leah Marie Fuls: Live at City View Sound

Leah Marie Fuls is a singer-songwriter whose sound can best be described as strong and sultry. Her influences span genres including pop, country, and rock, with Stevie Nicks, Halsey, Tom Petty, and Carrie Underwood among the artists that have inspired her.

She released her first EP, “You’re Never Gone,” in early 2017. That was followed by a change in her sound with the pop single, “Collision,” which has earned her awards on the local and independent circuits.

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Ralph’s Reviews: Taylor Shae – High Stakes

Back in January, you may recall that I brought you a little sample of what Longmont, Colorado’s Taylor Shae had in store for us with her then-upcoming album, High Stakes. Looking into singles “Nunavit” and “As I Please,” we discovered her deep, soulful, bluesy voice and crafty lyricism that set her apart from her peers at such a young age.

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