As we continue our journeys as humans and entrepreneurs, we often come face to face with the reality that nothing lasts forever. We all encounter situations where we must let go — of situations, habits, and even relationships.
Letting go can be hard, but it doesn’t come without silver linings.
A few weeks ago, we celebrated Sunday Funday with Lord Goldie, Foundation Mecca, and Chaun Davis of ViB. However, after the episode was when things got even more real.
Foundation and Goldie stuck around after the show, and we went extra deep on life, our relationships, and our own healing journeys — while the Zoom meeting was still recording the whole thing! The raw honesty and vulnerability is quite unlike anything we’ve ever presented here at The Quinn Spinn, and we wanted to make our truth available to you as a bonus episode!
Does Scotty really bare all on this episode? Only one way to find out, and that is to listen! And, even if he doesn’t, perhaps there are clues about what you need to do to make it happen. 😉
Truthfully, the episode title is long enough as it is, but that doesn’t even begin to cover how many topics we covered in an hour, and how off-the-rails this conversation went. When the OG crew gets together, you should expect nothing less.
Lauren Gomance is a licensed therapist, wellness advocate, and the founder of SoulFit Counseling, which serves to help clients connect with their true, best selves. We got in touch through a mutual friend — specifically, Taylor Berryman of The Poptimist — and the result is this open and insightful conversation about relationship dynamics, healing our trauma, and how our wiring causes us to show up in the world.
It’s time to take a deep dive! Won’t you join us?
Ohio-born, Chicago-forged, and Nashville-based, Leah Jean’s immense musical talents shine through on everything she does. She also has a compelling story, as a musician who relocated to Nashville at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. We explore those turbulent times, and how they’ve led us to the present day, which includes the release of her new single, “Charis Song,” on April 15.
I met Trevor Hill at a show back in March. After chatting for about five to 10 minutes, I knew I had to have him on The Quinn Spinn.
It was a great decision, because this episode goes DEEP! Not only do we dig into the life of a musician here in Nashville, but we talk about mental health, relationship dynamics, and how it all ties together. Get ready for a real one!
We’ve been waiting patiently over the past couple weeks to bring you some of this fire.
OK… so, you may have heard some of these tunes before (especially if you’ve been paying attention to the past couple editions of Songs You Should Hear). Nonetheless, there’s still plenty of reason to be excited, because you get to connect (or reconnect) with some incredible artists on this week’s UMC20.
A couple of songs are even making return appearances here, simply because we felt they were worth another spin or two. Whether it’s for the first time or the 100th, you’ll like what you have to spin below!
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Nathan Dohse is the founder of AGD Entertainment and the author of the Zero to 60 by AGD artist development program. In 8 years, AGD Entertainment and its team of artist coaches has helped hundreds of artists develop their careers as they navigate the ever-changing music industry.
Nathan has much to share with us, including the importance of storytelling as a means of connecting an artist with their audience. Get ready for an insightful journey today on The Quinn Spinn!
Nicole Hoglund is one of the hosts of the 94twenty podcast, which is described as a “journey through the music we love (and the industry we tolerate).” Nicole is also one of the architects behind the 94twenty artist crowdfunding platform, which helps artists raise capital for their upcoming projects, and a business development coach with more than 15 years’ experience in marketing and organizational communication and restructuring.
Today on The Quinn Spinn, Nicole shares valuable insights into crowdfunding best practices, and the ways artists can find success doing what they love. This is a must-listen for any artist looking to turn their passions into a career, and it’s here for you on The Quinn Spinn!
Borderline Natives have been tearing up Nashville’s alt-rock scene lately, developing their high-energy brand of pop punk at the height of the genre’s revival. However, like any worthwhile creative journey, it hasn’t been an easy road for the emerging four-piece.
Borderline Natives frontman Kevin Barry joins The Quinn Spinn today to give a detailed account of the band’s history, the lessons learned, and how it has all translated into the opportunities standing before this band of brothers.