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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Tuesday, June 25

As you’ll see here, Timothy Myles cemented his place as one of Nashville’s most exciting young songwriters this past weekend by winning the inaugural Top Writer Showdown at True Music Room.

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PHOTOS: Top Writer Showdown at True Music Room

On Saturday night, eight of Nashville’s most exciting, up-and-coming songwriters had a chance to be named the inaugural Top Writer Series champion at True Music Room and Bar.

In the end, there could only be one winner — and he brought some friends along for the ride to celebrate!

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REVIEW: Lord Goldie’s Sensual ‘When You Ready’

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Lord Goldie is building a reputation in and around her native Nashville for a unique brand of hip-hop best described as trap conscious — a sweet spot that allows her to follow the genre’s current sonic trends, while carrying a world-aware message within her lyrics.

REVIEW: Tom Pino’s ‘Brooklyn’ a Snapshot of his Cross-Country Transformation

Tom Pino is a storyteller. So, when the New York native headed west for a new life in Los Angeles, the events that led him there surely provided more than enough inspiration.

That inspiration has been packaged up in Brooklyn, a five-track EP rooted in pop rock sensibility and colored in with shades of blues, roots, and Americana.

Listen to the EP

PREMIERE: The Waymores Burn it Down with ‘Matches’ Video

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Earlier this spring, we told you about honky tonk Americana duo The Waymores and their strong traditional country EP, Weeds.

The duo — singer-songwriters Willie Heath Neal and Kira Annalise — have been on the road promoting the record. Still, they’ve found the time to share a fun video they’ve cooked up with us.

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