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.
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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.
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Even in these strange times, one thing we can count on is fantastic new tunes from Trevor Larkin.
Folks… it’s been a month.
There’s no denying that March 2020 was an odd time for just about all of us. But, we must also remember the outstanding art we’ve had a chance to enjoy.
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Mike Bay just released his debut EP under the Borrowed Sparks name, titled The Prettiest One Left. Getting to this point, however, was a test of the St. Louis native’s mettle, as Mike was met with an unforeseen challenge that, at one point, required him to rebuild the entire project from scratch.
Mike joins The Quinn Spinn today to tell his story of undying resolve. We also discuss the delicate balance between pursuing a creative endeavor and maintaining relationships with those closest to us.
Rock and roll storytellers Nicole Boggs & The Reel know their worth, and they’ve flexed their robust musical muscles to get that point across on their new single, “Money.”
Kentucky native Sean Cunningham is a lifelong musician who has tasted international success. You may know him as the lead vocalist of Atlas, whose hit single “Crawl” spent nine weeks at number 1 in New Zealand in 2007. More recently, Sean became known for his work with Nashville rock band, The Cunning.
Now, Cunningham has stepped out on his own to try something completely new. We get our first taste with his new single, “How Could Love Defeat Me.”
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