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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Monday, July 13

I’m back! I took last week to disconnect and camp across the Midwest (largely away from people, as is customary in 2020).

With that, let’s get into a Daily Spinn that veers briefly away from the “indie” world, and features one of my personal favorite acts.

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REPLAY: Virtual Underground Writers Round, May 2020

On Friday, we brought another vitual installment of the Underground Writers Round to you. Naturally, our quarantined format allows us to bring songwriters from anywhere into the fold — so, we took full advantage of the opportunity, and showcased writers from all over the country!

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WATCH: Micah Butler’s Live, Acoustic ‘Close Enough’

As Micah Butler proved at our Underground Writers Round this past November, she needs nothing more than an acoustic guitar and her voice to leave jaws on the floor in amazement.

But, in case you missed the fun that night, here’s some live-action proof that you can watch anytime.

Watch ‘Close Enough’

PHOTOS: Underground Writers Round, January 2020

We kicked off a new year and decade of Underground Writers Rounds at Nashville’s historic Douglas Corner Cafe on Friday night.

And, as has become customary, the talent on stage brought the heat on a cool, damp winter’s night.

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