Earlier this week, we announced that we’re giving you a daily taste of our Official Podcast, The Quinn Spinn, by sharing the show’s most insightful, inspirational, and/or hilarious moments on-demand.
We encourage you to subscribe to UMC on YouTube, to ensure that you don’t miss a moment. However, we’re also making it easy for you to find the goods every weekend with our new Sunday Replay feature, right here on UMC!
Every Sunday, we’ll roll all of the week’s clips into a recap, giving you the opportunity to catch them all under one roof. From there, if you want even more Quinn Spinn goodness where that came from, might we suggest the following links?
Anyway, onto the first-ever Sunday Replay!
Catch Up here
Erin McLendon and Caitie Thompson are the co-founders of Music on the Move Studios. Both Erin and Caitie are music educators — Erin teaches voice, while Caitie teaches multiple instruments — who are passionate about helping budding performers achieve their potential. In addition, Music on the Move’s all-female showcases provide independent artists and small businesses with a chance to build community in a live setting, while Caitie’s Paradox Jukebox podcast gives the members of that community an opportunity to share their stories.
Through Sept. 30, buy one month of lessons from Music on the Move Studios, and get the second month half off: https://www.musiconthemovestudios.com/musiceducation
So, it dawned on us the other day: we have a whole bunch of amazing clips from The Quinn Spinn — not to mention, other video content ideas — hanging out on hard drives, and a whole YouTube channel that would gladly host them.
So, we’re finally stepping fully into the 21st Century, and we’ve decided to give you some of our Official Podcast’s most insightful, inspirational, and/or hilarious moments on-demand!
Watch a few!
Kyshona Armstrong believes in the power of music to heal and communicate. Kyshona used her artist platform and background in music therapy to launch Your Song, a collaborative songwriting program that connects performing arts centers, musicians, and artists with vulnerable communities to promote healing and community connectedness.
This conversation is about building community, lifting each other up, and remaining fearlessly authentic to your truth and your vision. Listen to get inspired!
Madame Daley is a New York City-based musician, songwriter, performer, and creative artist who incorporates a bevy of musical influences and artistic mediums into her work. Her debut EP, Classic, showcases her appreciation for all thing’s rock and roll, while honoring the genre’s varied history.
Today on The Quinn Spinn, you’ll find out where the songs come from, and how the multifaceted Madame Daley translates her diverse musical palette into a variety of live performance experiences.
Scotty Rock is back (and fully clothed… for now) for this mini-OG Family episode of The Quinn Spinn. We catch up on life, have a fragrant Stupid News about catching “lightning” in a jar, and the show goes off the rails to a reasonable degree.
Then… we bring it back for a serious conversation about the overturned Roe vs. Wade ruling, the societal ripple effects, and what we can do to show up better — for all members of our society.
A few weeks ago, we told you about J.Antonette’s latest single, “Heartbroken in a Honky Tonk.” The song is based on a true story about a night of line dancing, when the New York native’s chance encounter with a toxic ex led to an unexpected opportunity to turn the tables.
In case you need a refresher on the story…
It was just yesterday that we told you about Ah-Deli‘s latest single with Thc, the summer love anthem, “Good Time.”
Today, we stay in the Heru Heru family, to find that he and Foundation Mecca traded bars with fellow Nashvillian Mr. B in a new video under the Music City lights.
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Gerard (a.k.a. The Quinn) is back with another Solo Mission — and in just 10 minutes, we cover:
- Owning and sharing your truth.
- Breaking past judgment and ridicule.
- Finding and building community.
The journey for self-acceptance is a difficult one for many in the LGBTQ+ community, who often find themselves up against a society that still preaches heteronormativity.
To celebrate Pride month, Nashville-based queer rock band Fame and Fiction is here to lend a voice to those overcoming these challenges with their new music video for their 2019 single, “Enough.”
Watch the Video