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REVIEW: Talia Stewart’s ‘Look Ma No Hands’ a Multi-Genre Ode to Empowerment

One of Talia Stewart’s hallmarks as an artist is the notion of women’s empowerment. With that in mind, she has delivered on “Look Ma No Hands,” the first glimpse of her forthcoming album, set to release later this year.

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A Song a Day? The Quinn’s Daily Spinn Starts Monday, June 3!

In nearly six years of existence, our official podcast, The Quinn Spinn, has featured hundreds of independent artists. No genre has been left behind, and music from all over the world has been heard throughout the show’s many incarnations.

Now, it’s time to share some favorites from the past and present!

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LISTEN: Seth Witcher’s Genre-Bending ‘I’m Sorry’

Seth Witcher is a man of many talents. He built his own guitar from scratch, and he plays it quite well. Also, his voice is smooth as butter, and he’s proven to be a heck of a songwriter.

Looking for proof? Start by enjoying his new single, “I’m Sorry.”

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The Balcony Show Play of the Day: Mon., Apr. 8

You’re at the cusp of another week, so let’s start it the right way: with a fresh Play of the Day from our friends in radio, The Balcony Show.

We have a feeling that what’s after the jump will help you get through just fine…

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Kara Frazier’s ‘Seven Ages’ a Release Worth Celebrating

Kara Frazier is making quite a name for herself in Nashville. The Jacksonville, Florida native has spent a good deal of time in Nashville with GRAMMY-winning songwriter and producer Shannon Sanders, who is known for his work with the likes of John Legend, India Arie, and P!nk.

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