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PHOTOS: Sad Girl Night One-Year Anniversary at H.O.M.E.

Sunday night’s atmosphere was a festive one at Helping Our Music Evolve in East Nashville. That was the scene of the one-year anniversary of Sad Girl Night, a monthly celebration of the power and vulnerability of female artists.

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The Quinn Spinn: July 1, 2019

Lord Goldie is a Nashville native and musician, producer, manager, and all-around creative human. Her collaborative spirit results in dynamic live performances and studio releases, as she continues to establish herself as one of the leaders in Music City’s emerging hip hop community.

She joins The Quinn Spinn today to talk about her projects, the industry and her role in it, and the evolution of the music landscape on and offline.

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PHOTOS: Happy Homies Day at Helping Our Music Evolve

Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) — Nashville’s creative community space where musicians and creators of all disciplines come together and collaborate — celebrated its first birthday on Thursday night with Happy Homies Day, a celebration of music, art, fashion, creativity, culture, and the people who make it happen every day in Music City.

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LISTEN: The Quinn Spinn ft. Logan Crowell, Founder/President of Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME)

This episode — the first of the new, Nashville era of The Quinn Spinn — was produced at Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME), Nashville’s 24/7 music production and co-working facility, which helps music professionals expand their careers through relationship building, personal/professional development, and increased productivity. So, it’s only fitting that the visionary behind HOME is our first guest!

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PHOTOS: Leah Nobel Presents ‘Running in Borrowed Shoes’

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Leah Nobel recently released her full-length album, “Running in Borrowed Shoes,” as an exploration of the human condition. The 10-track offering is the culmination of 100 interviews Nobel conducted with individuals of all ages, social statuses, and orientations, dealing with topics including (but not limited to) love, nature, war, and the essence of life itself.

This project was undertaken in an effort to reveal a simple truth: We have more in common than we think.

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