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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Wednesday, June 3

If you’re just learning about Emily Hackett, let’s quickly bring you up to speed. The Americana singer-songwriter has enjoyed plenty of success over the past couple of years, with her EPs By The Sun (2018) and By The Moon (2019) earning her a spot as one of CMT’s Next Women of Country in 2019.

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REVIEW: Ellen Starski’s ‘Sara’s Half Finished Love Affair’ a Full-Bodied Masterpiece

To review Ellen Starski’s latest release, Sara’s Half Finished Love Affair, as a typical album would be to understate its depth and complexity. This dreamy, ethereal 11-track collection is a full-bodied musical experience; one which is transcendental of genre boundaries, and which reaches into the spiritual realm, to illustrate love and interpersonal connection at the energy level.

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Friday, May 15

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Van Isaacson is set to perform on our Virtual Underground Writers Round this tonight at 5 p.m. CDT on Facebook Live.

Let’s give you a taste of what Van is capable of, courtesy of his latest single, “Space Between.”

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UMC20: Best of April 2020

As we predicted last week, the sheer volume of new, very good music April had in store for us made compiling this list quite an undertaking.

It doesn’t promise to get any easier in May, either, considering all of the music that has already been released, after the April UMC20 cutoff.

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Wednesday, April 22

The nostalgia in Lauren Jaimes‘ music is evocative of some of country western’s brightest stars. The Berklee College of Music grad draws her inspiration from luminaries like Kacey Musgraves, Johnny Cash, and John Denver.

She shines as just as brightly in her debut music video for her new single, “Home Is Where You Are.”

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