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LISTEN: Ryanhood Finds Truth ‘Under the Leaves’

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In a world that is increasingly superficial, we often lose sight of that which takes time to grow.

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Daily Spinn: Quinn O’Donnell and the Tale of ‘Miss Lonely Heart’

In case you weren’t aware, we’re more than a little excited for our upcoming Live from the 615 Nashville Songwriters Night. You know the one: it takes place this Friday, March 12 at 7 p.m. CT, and features the talents of Timothy Myles, Quinn O’Donnell, and Natasha Blaine. You can get tickets here.

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Daily Spinn: Leah Jean Warmly Remembers ‘Ohio’

Not all songs come together quickly. Sometimes, they take years to complete.

That wasn’t the case with Leah Jean’s new single, “Ohio,” just released on Monday. The Dayton-area native recalls a quick and easy writing process for this lush indie folk offering, inspired by one of her favorite artists.

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Daily Spinn: Nora Tirrell Returns with ‘If I Didn’t Have You’

Much has happened since Nora Tirrell released her full length album, All These Words, in 2017. The Marblehead, MA native graduated from the Berklee College of Music in 2018, and now resides in Nashville, where she is preparing to release her EP, Wherever I Am, in 2021.

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Mesa Jane’s ‘Frequency’ Addresses the Isolation of 2020

2020 has been a time to go inward — to decipher the stories that live inside of us, and to find new ways to express them.

Mesa Jane got the memo early on in the pandemic. Now, she has Frequency — her first-ever self-produced EP — to show for it.

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Call Me Spinster’s ‘Two Hearts’ Navigates Quarantined Relationship Dynamics

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Heading down the road a little ways to Chattanooga, we check in with sister trio Call Me Spinster, who are preparing to release their self-titled EP next Friday, December 11.

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