Dreamy vocals and atmospheric arrangements set the tone for the silver lining-fueled “Born Again” by Johnny Ashby.Read more and Listen
Category Archives: indie music
You’ve been waiting since 1983 for a sequel to Cyndi Lauper’s breakout smash, “Girls Just Want to Have Fun,” haven’t you?
If you’re like Richard String, the answer is a definitive “no.” However, he’s back to give you “the sequel that no one really needs” anyway.Hear the Single
This past winter, our pals in Moonroof unveiled an updated sound with their latest single, “Magazine.”Watch the Video
What happens when two Pennsylvanians with bucketloads of soul get together and write a song?Hear ‘One of These Days’
Summer is finally here, and with it is “Lines of Love,” the new single from singer/songwriter Waiting for Smith.Read more
Through all of his career accolades — winning Season 7 of American Idol, international touring success, and even a role as Charlie Price in the Broadway musical, Kinky Boots — one thing David Cook has always struggled to overcome is anxiety.
On his latest single, “Reds Turn Blue,” Cook approaches this battle in triumphant and hopeful fashion.Hear the Single
If you’re reading this, you’ve successfully made it to the second half of 2020.Listen to UMC20
Today’s high-energy edition of The Quinn Spinn features country singer-songwriter Kelley Jeanne, who just so happens to be celebrating a birthday on the same day we’re releasing this episode!
Kelley spent her childhood in a military family, and lived in various locations before arriving in Pittsburgh for college. From there, she moved to Nashville — and brought her whole band with her!
Kelley’s story is unique and fascinating, and we’re excited to bring it to you today!#GetSpunn
This Friday, you’ll have a chance to embark on Part One of a new listening experience from Trade Secrets.Hear the Single
We think it’s time to recognize the folks who make Nashville a more welcoming place, for all of us.
Of course, that includes the business community, who have a large part not only in making Music City a better place to live, but who do so while lending their support to artists and creatives of all kinds.Read more