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Finding Freedom in Self-Expression with 0-brien

We first featured 0-brien at Underground Music Collective in March 2020, just as COVID shutdowns were setting in all over the world. Much has changed — in the world, in our careers, and in our lives.

The Nashville-based alternative artist discusses his creative process, the importance he places on self-expression, and how his personal evolution has informed his art.

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Sunday Replay: Accountability, Lessons Learned, and Attraction vs. The Chase

Hey, while you’re here: did you know that Underground Music Collective is a fiscally-sponsored project of The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville? That means you have the opportunity to make a charitable donation to UMC, which is tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Click here and help us Keep the Music Playing!

Anyway, onto this week’s Sunday Replay…

Our Official Podcast, The Quinn Spinn, covers so much more than music. We take on the life lessons that shape our journeys, creatively and otherwise.

Here are a few examples of what I mean. If you want more, peep the links below!

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Spotify
Apple Podcasts
Instagram

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Finding New Life and Using Art to Heal and Connect with DaChri

It’s DaChri Season! The self-proclaimed Boy They Left Behind returns to The Quinn Spinn to chat about his new EP, DaChri Season, and the life’s journey that led him to a place of healing, stronger community, and new perspectives.

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WATCH: Erin McLendon’s ‘Sunday Crowd’ Video Unites the Congregation

Back in July — on the way to the release of her self-titled EP — Erin McLendon released “Sunday Crowd,” a song which acknowledges the skeletons even the holiest of holy rollers have in their closets.

Last Friday, McLendon dropped a new music video for “Sunday Crowd,” celebrating our differences and the common threads that unite us all.

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Exploring Rudy Lyle’s Impact on the Banjo and Bluegrass Music with Max Wareham

As a banjo player, Max Wareham is captivated by the formative events that led to the prominence of bluegrass music, and the impact of the artists who came before him. One of those artists is Rudy Lyle, a banjo player who performed with early Americana and bluegrass luminaries, including Bill Monroe, Patsy Cline, and many more.

Max explores Rudy’s influence on those artists — and on the decades of bluegrass and Americana music that followed — in his new book, Rudy Lyle: The Unsung Hero of the Five-String Banjo. Learn more on today’s episode!

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Re-Branding, Recharging, and a Case of the ‘Mondays’ with Ria Barkr

Ria Barkr has been hard at work throughout 2022 releasing soulful R&B cuts — and doing it her way. The Virginia native went inward during the COVID-19 pandemic, and emerged refreshed and ready to present her artistry in an entirely new light.

Learn about Ria’s journey in this conversation, and stick around to learn about her latest single, “monday,” and the value of recharging in a “hustle culture” that isn’t always what it seems on social media.

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Sunday Replay: Tennessee Titans and Nashville Hip Hop; Communicating the Truth Through Music

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?

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Spotify
Apple Podcasts
Instagram

Anyway, onto the first-ever Sunday Replay!

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INTERVIEW: Keeping Music on the Move — Through Education and Community Building

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

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WATCH: Interview Clips, Inspirational Wisdom, and More

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!
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