The path we walk when embarking upon a creative path can be a lonely one, indeed. As we forge ahead toward our goals, we can feel the sense of isolation that comes with a less conventional path. Sometimes, we’re left wonder if anyone cares at all.Hear it First!
Tag Archives: folk rock
Yeah, we did have to throw the May pun into the headline, because it’s May. If you didn’t see what we did there at first, now you know.Listen to UMC20
The best way to overcome fear? Give it a name, and stare it right in the face.Climb ‘The Mountain’.
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.Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
Growing apart is never easy. There is always sorrow in realizing that “the one” is no longer the one for you.Read more
In these divided times, we need art to bring us together. Timothy Myles has answered the bell, calling us to unity on his latest single.Hear the Single
We’ve all found ourselves making adjustments throughout the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. For Lora Kelley, she, her husband, and their three children had to make some major pivots as the long-term implications of the pandemic set in.Watch the Video
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.Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
Sometimes, we write songs. Other times, the songs write themselves.Hear ‘Paper Bag’
Question: What do you get when you combine finger-picked folk intricacies, exciting pop rock dynamics, and the sweeping romantic ambiance of a clear summer’s night?
Answer: The latest single from Brendan Scott Friel.Hear the Single