Friday morning, we put out an Instagram story looking for a show to attend. Our pal .CAM suggested we head to Live Oak Nashville, where pop powerhouse DeVries was set to perform as part of Singles Night Nashville.
Certainly, we look back on that as an excellent suggestion.
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2020’s arrival was supposed to signify “the future,” right?
Well, whatever that means, today’s UMC20 playlist offers several glimpses into ours.
Listen to UMC20
If you’ve been following the action over at The Quinn Spinn (particularly, on Instagram), you may have seen that we’ve been hard at work recording new episodes since the beginning of 2020.
Well, we now have enough of those episodes recorded to have the guest lineup solidified for the first quarter of this year.
Meet Our Winter Guests
Producer Gavin Shea, known for his work through Nashville’s Handmade Productions, has released a jam of his own.
And, let us tell you — this thing slaps!
Ah, the awkward struggles of having a major crush. Sweaty palms. Knees shaking. Words that come out entirely wrong. Surely, we’ve all been there in our adolescence…
Who are we kidding? Probably in adulthood, too.
Hear ‘Lose My Cool’
OK, we’re ready to let the cat out of the bag.
The next episode of The Quinn Spinn will feature Texas-born, Nashville-based country artist Ben Danaher.
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If you’ve been paying attention over in Quinn Spinn land, you know that we’ve been going hard on getting these 2020 episodes ready.
One of them, in the spring, features Chicagoland native Claire Kelly, who will be releasing an album later this year. In fact, we already recorded the episode — we’re just hanging onto it for now, to build suspense.
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Here we are: face-to-face with the first UMC20 Spotify playlist of a new decade.
Listen to UMC20
We welcome you to a new year and decade of The Quinn Spinn!
To celebrate this momentous occasion, we start off the fun with indie rocker, Josh Mack. Since coming to Nashville, Josh has released a total of 30 singles to Spotify and has more in store for 2020, including his forthcoming single, “Amor,” set for release on Valentine’s Day.
Today, we discuss Josh’s past, present, and future projects, as well as his journey from his native Ohio to Music City.
I’m a reflective person this time of year. And, because we’re at the end of not just a year, but a decade, that notion becomes tenfold.
When looking back on the past ten years, it’s fair to say that the journey has turned out beyond any reasonable prediction.
For me, I never would have predicted that one of its defining moments would have come from listening to my old college radio show, in my bedroom at my parents’ house.
Hear My Song of The Decade