Katie Burke is refreshingly honest and relentlessly creative. Her contagious energy and outside-the-box approach is the central force behind the dynamic and daring KB & the Idyllwilde, whose new album I Just Wanna Love You, I Just Wanna Let You is an authentic volume that breaks down genre barriers.
Katie joins The Quinn Spinn today to discuss her journey, which includes finding clarity on the other side of addiction, and how sobriety has led to breakthroughs in her creative endeavors.
Photo credit: KB & The Idyllwilde
It’s New Episode Release Day (N.E.R.D.), so let’s shine a little more light on today’s Quinn Spinn guest, Katie Burke.
Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
Raquel de Souza has been establishing herself in New York’s urban country movement, both as a solo artist and as the frontwoman of Raquel & The Wildflowers.
Earlier this week, she stepped out with her latest solo effort.
Hear ‘Money Ain’t Sane’
Even in these strange times, we weren’t about to let a month go by without an Underground Writers Round.
Once again, we’ll bring it to you in the comfort of your own home!
We know you have some extra time to check out music these days, so let’s help you check in with the latest from Anna Claire Loftis.
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The members of Goodnite Robicheaux have spent their lives immersing themselves in a vast array of musical ideas. The indie soul duo — consisting of longtime friends Justin MacDonald and Jamison Mode — grew up in musical households, and are not bound to a particular genre.
That’s what makes their forthcoming album, The Green Line, so exciting, beginning with its lead single, “Every Time.”
The guys in Mount Royal are back with a new and exciting single!
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Even in these strange times, one thing we can count on is fantastic new tunes from Trevor Larkin.
Even in times of pandemic worries and social distancing, our
communities are not homes for hate: That’s the message more than a dozen
musicians from across the Mid-Atlantic will come together online to share next
The virtual “Come Together” concert at 7 p.m. ET (6 p.m. CT) on Friday, April 3, will feature live performances from the musicians’ own homes, which are scattered across Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, as well as the Baltimore and Washington D.C. areas. The benefit event supports No Place for Hate®, a 20-year old initiative of the Anti-Defamation League that is present in hundreds of school districts across the country.
As we find ourselves in unprecedented times, it is art that will get us through and help us make sense of it all.
That’s why it’s important to keep creating.
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