On the surface, Ryan Weaver is a country artist. And, as his latest single “Time Like This” suggests, he can hold his own among the genre’s best. The hard-driving tune’s lyrics are rooted in the blue-collar values of persistence and perseverance, and its power is enhanced by a nod to Weaver’s classic rock influence, courtesy of an emotive guitar solo straight out of the Richie Sambora playbook.Learn More About Ryan
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Amy Jay creates lush acoustic folk with dynamic, ambient moments of longing. Her genuine lyrics are open and reflective, and often explore family, friends, relationships, and the loss of what we hold dear in life.Watch the Video
You’ve heard the name Anthony Cubbage around here before. He’s a friend from our time in Pennsylvania, and he’s one heck of a musician.Watch the Video
Artwork credit: Jordyn Lyric
Over the winter, we met New Jersey-based musician Brianna Musco on a tour stop through Nashville. At the time, ideas for her Forever EP were coming together.
Now, fresh off the release of Forever, Brianna credits that trip with helping to inspire the record’s direction.Learn about ‘Forever’
If you’re in Nashville, you may notice that you’re hearing the name Timothy Myles around town more often these days. The Chicagoland native is a musician on the rise; one whose engaging live performances and knack for songwriting are helping him grow a strong reputation.Read About Timothy
The Beautiful Distortion combines outstanding vocal harmonies with top-notch musicianship, resulting in one of the most powerful and distinctive rock sounds on the East Coast.Watch the Video
There aren’t very many huge voices left in rock music, but Samuel Lee is one of those rare rock and roll voices that could make a permanent impact on the modern American music landscape.Watch the Video
Warning: This episode features a conversation that addresses sensitive topics, including mental health and addiction.
Elisabeth Beckwitt is an indie pop musician, mental health advocate, and member of Nashville’s growing independent music and arts community. Her new EP, Indigo, touches on life on the other side of recovery, and is a complete and triumphant story of redemption, self-discovery, and finding love from within, and of finding the brightest light from the darkest of places.
Elisabeth joins us on The Quinn Spinn to share her story, her excitement about Indigo, her work as the founder of Sad Girl Music, and much more.
In keeping with Quinn Spinn release day, let’s feature our guest!Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
He’s the thirty-something, dad-bod rocking, acoustic guitar-playing eponymous front-man of the second biggest band in his small town, and his name is Grover Anderson. Raised in the historic gold rush hills of Calaveras County, Grover writes songs that tell stories of love, loss, and frontier mischief.Watch the Video