Tag Archives: indie music podcast Nashville

Fulfillment, Balance, Spirituality, and Community: Dissecting Ender Bowen’s Multifaceted Creative Journey

Ender Bowen is a musician, author, filmmaker, and humanitarian with a lot to say, and plenty of methods by which to deliver his message. A relentless creative, Ender always has a new project (or a few) in the works, and he comes on The Quinn Spinn to discuss those projects, and his ever-evolving quest to keep them balanced with the other fulfilling areas of life — including family, spirituality, and more.

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Solo Mission #14: Service vs. Ego

Those of us in the public eye are here because we want to be successful. There’s nothing wrong with that. However, the question of why we want to be successful often dictates how we want to show up in the world — and how we treat those around us.

Are you building in service, or are you building out of ego?

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Serendipity, Pop Punk, International Touring, and ‘Death Wish’: Getting to Know Bronnie and Mason Levi

Bronnie is a British-born pop punk artist from Liverpool who has found immense international charting success on the iTunes rock charts. Mason Levi is a Pennsylvania native and an ascending pop punk artist in his own right. Together, they’ve just released their new collaborative single and music video, “Death Wish,” available everywhere now.

Bronnie and Mason stopped through Nashville and joined The Quinn Spinn — on our brand-new interview set! — to chat about “Death Wish,” their individual journeys, the keys to their success as independent artists, and a whole lot more. Listen to this one — you just might learn something!

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5 Lessons from the First Half of 2022 (Solo Mission #13)

We have reached the official halfway point of 2022 — and so far, it’s been a year of tremendous growth around here!

With that, Gerard (a.k.a. The Quinn) shares the top five lessons he’s learned throughout the first half of the year. What are yours?

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Using Art to Affect Positive Change: An Inspiring Conversation with Ken Newman

Powerful. Inspiring. Insightful. All of those words are fitting when describing this conversation with Ken Newman. Ken is a musician, actor, comedian, photographer, magician, and all-around good human being whose new album, What Am I Afraid Of?, tackles modern political and social issues head on.

Beyond the music, Ken is known for his charitable spirit. His charity, Blanket the Homeless, has provided care packs to between 8,000 and 9,000 unhomed individuals and families in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. In addition, the organization’s eponymous album features contributions from Grammy-winning artists, notable producers, and many more. Ken’s passion for helping others comes through in this raw, vulnerable conversation which is sure to uplift.

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