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Daily Spinn: Timothy Myles and a Ballad Full of ‘Sorrow’

Growing apart is never easy. There is always sorrow in realizing that “the one” is no longer the one for you.

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Jess Nolan Goes Inward On ‘A Little Light / Change’

You may have heard that Nashville-based songwriter Jess Nolan will deliver a special Live from the 615 performance this Friday, December 18 at 6 p.m. CT. If you hadn’t heard that yet… well, now you have!

It’s perfect timing, considering Nolan just released not just one, but two singles last Friday.

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Daily Spinn: Loryn Taggart Finds Her Strength on ‘The River’

Montreal-based songwriter Loryn Taggart has made quite a name for herself north of the border. After leaving home at age 16 to pursue music full-time in Toronto, Taggart has had the good fortune of touring the country, opening for the likes of prominent Canadian folk artist Donovan Woods, and scoring several award nominations along the way.

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Daily Spinn: The Little Blue Hearts’ Tale of Togetherness and Recovery

As we learned from his single, “Eyes to the Sky,” Walter DeBarr knows a thing or two about perseverance. However, he also knows that no man can go on this journey alone.

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PREMIERE: Climb The Sky’s Melodic, Optimistic ‘Wake Up With The Sun’

Trevor Larkin is perhaps best known for his work as the guitarist for soul singer-songwriter Allen Stone.

What you should also know is that Larkin fronts his own rock band here in Nashville. That band is Climb The Sky, and its music plays great homage to the stalwarts of melodic rock and roll, while exploring the range of emotions we experience in our shared human experience.

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