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This past winter — before the end of the ‘rona times was in our sights — we got together with Nashville-based musicians Allison Mahal and Van Isaacson, just for the sake of recording an episode of The Quinn Spinn. We had no plan for the episode, and had no idea when it would even release, but hung onto it for a time when we wanted to delight you with an entertaining conversation.
That time is now. Plus, you’ll get to hear about all of our 2021 aspirations — many of which are on their way to coming true!#GetSpunn
“One thing that’s for sure, nothing’s guaranteed. Life’s a ride into uncertainty.”
Tell us if you’ve felt that one over the past year or so!Nobody Knows…
When it comes to relationships, timing is everything. Sometimes, the timing doesn’t work out.Hear ‘Changes’
UMC Contributor Michelle Stone is here with the first in her new series of Stone Cold Interviews.
Today, go with Michelle as she visits Nashville-based producers and artists Owen St. and Jah Frida to get the story on their new collaboration, “1,000.” Plus, they discuss forthcoming projects, the freedom they find in creating, and vulnerability in music.Watch the Interview
While the country was gearing up to celebrate Mother’s Day, Lora Kelley celebrated mothers everywhere with a brand new single and videoStep Into ‘Mama’s Kitchen’
At Live from the 615, we have ourselves a wide range of rock ready to go on Friday, May 21.Read more
Is it just us, or has society felt a little too robotic lately?‘My Baby Is An Android’
The Dirty Delusions join Michelle Stone and Jenna Rose for a brand new edition of UMC Fun -N- Games — one which requires them to bravely stick their hands in a bag and pull out a surprise.
What wonders will the Party Bag have in store? Watch to find out!Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
This time last year, we were all dreaming of the day that the COVID-19 pandemic would be behind us.
As “someday” approaches, we look back on the early days of quarantine, where our hope for the future propelled us forward.Hear ‘Going My Way’