Andrew C. Marshall released his debut full-length album, Terrestrial Radio, on Oct. 30. The progressive, eclectic alternative rock record — produced by Mitch Dane at Nashville’s Sputnik Sound — is a mosaic, drawing from the Nashville-based songwriter’s vast musical palette.
We had a chance to chat with Andrew about the record, his upbringing in rural Utah, what the future holds. Watch below!
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The incredible story of Corrin Campbell begins in Duluth, Minnesota and takes her all over the world. Corrin enlisted in the U.S. Army at a young age, where she served and performed extensively on behalf of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Now back stateside and residing in the Nashville area, Corrin is preparing to release Greatest Hits Dual Disc, a two-part album featuring orchestral and remixed versions of songs from across her career.
On this edition of The Quinn Spinn, we look inside the exciting and challenging creative process that helped Corrin create Greatest Hits Dual Disc. We also discuss our favorite artists, the industry landscape, and everything else, short of the energies of the cosmos (which we almost dive into, as well).
A Connecticut native who grew up in Virginia, Nick Ryan’s early songwriting experiences in Nashville moved him to pursue music full-time in Music City. Born in the 80s, the up-and-coming songwriter draws influence from the likes of Sheryl Crow, Alanis Morrissette, and other prominent 90s alt-pop artists.
Today on The Quinn Spinn, we go in-depth on Nick’s journey, as he tells us about the many projects that comprise his “five-year plan.”
The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce wants to know how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has affected the music industry and its patrons.
This Thursday, August 20 at 4 p.m. ET (3 p.m. CT), the Americana Music Association will present Black Equity in Americana: A Conversation, which will give Black musicians and industry veterans a chance to accelerate racial equity in Americana, one of our nation’s most essential musical genres.
Skylar Gregg has just released her new album, Roses, a soul-drenched Americana effort that stands up as the Nashville-based songwriter’s most authentic work to date.
Skylar joins us on the latest edition of The Quinn Spinn to chat about the record, as well as how she is navigating the tricky waters brought onto the music industry by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Born and raised in Detroit, DaChri has long embraced music in all of its forms. As a result, he currently resides in Nashville as one of Music City’s most exciting songwriters; truly, an artist whose versatility gives him a Midas touch, from genre to genre.
DaChri joins The Quinn Spinn this week to discuss his latest single, “Just Love You,” alongside his many collaborations. We also take time to discuss the state of the music industry and society at-large, in the wake of 2020’s eventful first half.
On Monday night, HOME School was in session.
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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!
Nashville resident Treva Blomquist is boldly forging ahead on a new adventure. After years as an Americana artist, Treva has stepped into the pop realm with her upcoming album, Snakes and Saints, set for release on July 31.
Hear from Treva as she discusses this exciting new direction, as well as why now is the perfect time for artists everywhere to try something new.