Ryan Kinder’s passions extend far beyond music. His foundation, Kinder’s Kids, provides toys to children dealing with the aftermath of natural disasters. He’s also currently training for the Iron Man world championships in Kona, HI to honor a friend who has passed away from cancer.
Through it all, Ryan finds time to dedicate to his art. His album, Room to Dream, will be released at the end of July, and it’s packed with stories from his time navigating the ups and downs of the music industry.
Put it all together, and we have plenty to discuss on today’s episode of The Quinn Spinn!
As Nashville’s music scene continues its slow, steady climb out of COVID-induced hardship, one local artist is taking matters into his own hands to bring awareness to the city’s resilience.
On Oct. 3, local songstress Stephcynie (stef-sih-nee) is changing the narrative for independent artists by hosting a one-of-a-kind music event called Paid 2 Play.
The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce wants to know how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has affected the music industry and its patrons.
With 2020 representing a multi-faceted, major societal shift in America, Clover Jamez is calling for balance and respect between races.
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As you may have seen on our socials yesterday, we’re excited to team with our friends at Bundle Up Nash and Native Manor Entertainment to make sure Nashville’s children have everything they need to return to school.
On Friday night, Nicole Boggs & The Reel brought their talents back to our Facebook page for an important cause in these turbulent times.
Watch the Replay
The Black Lives Matter movement has inspired artists all over the country and world to use their platforms to speak out on the systematic injustice and inequality in our society. That includes art coming straight from the heart of Music City.
Watch ‘Chosen Ones’
On Thursday, June 4, our Quinn Spinn family came together on a special edition of our weekly Facebook Live broadcast, QuaranTimes, to speak from the heart about the events in our world. This is that episode.
To be clear, ours is a platform for people of all races, religions, sexual orientations, ethnicities, and circumstances. We stand with the Black community in this important time in American history.
With the entertainment industry reeling from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re taking today’s UMC Real Talk to tell you about what we’re doing to lend a hand. Learn more about our Keep the Music Playing campaign!
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