Tag Archives: Americana
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People change, circumstances change and, with them, so do friendships. These evolutions can be confusing without proper context, and Ava Earl is here to help us make sense of them with her latest single, “The Roses.”Hear it First
You may have noticed that we have a new location for our UMC Fun -N- Games tapings. That location is Real Music Nashville.
What you may not know is that Real Music Nashville founder Mitchell Ray hosts his own podcast, and we’re excited to share episodes with you as they are released!Hear the Podcast
Erin McLendon is an Americana musician, vocal coach, entrepreneur, and the founder of Music on the Move Studios (formerly Women on Fire) in Nashville, TN. Erin’s dedication to advocating for independent musicians and female entrepreneurs is clear to all whom she encounters, and she joins us to discuss these endeavors, alongside her upcoming singles “Sunday Crowd” and “Millie.”
Frankly, this episode has been a long time coming. Erin has a lot to say, and she does it with style. Don’t miss this!#GetSpunn
Following the release of January’s “I Look Like My Mother,” Brooklyn-based folk songstress Ruby Landen is back with “Pt. 1,” a moody and contemplative post-breakup ballad that asks the age-old question…
“What is it that’s wrong with me?”Hear the Single
Now that we’re back in Nashville, it’s time to grace your feeds with another all-new edition of UMC20!Listen to UMC20!
Earlier this year, Brooklyn-based troubadour Charles Ellsworth swung through Nashville and joined us to record an episode of The Quinn Spinn… and, man, this one is an all-timer!
Of course, we talk about Charles’ new album, Honeysuckle Summer, which features outstanding prog-Americana tunes including “Miami, AZ,” “Max & Geraldine,” and “A White Cross on a Highway.” However, that’s just scratching the surface. What we have here is an insightful, undeniably honest conversation between two 30-something creators. We touch on everything, from life on the road, to the adjustments we make on the creative journey, and the importance of discovering who we are. We even show some love to our high school football coaches, who helped mold us into the men we are today!#GetSpunn
Back on March 12, we had our first ticketed version of a Live from the 615 production. To celebrate, we brought in the songwriting talents of Timothy Myles, Quinn O’Donnell, and Natasha Blaine!Watch ‘Strangers’
May gave us some of the most popular songs to this point in 2021. That’s what the site analytics tell us, anyway.Hear the Best of May
Temps are set to soar into the 90s here in Nashville this weekend. We’re beating Mother Nature to it with some hot, hot heat on this week’s UMC20.Listen to UMC20