To tell you that we discuss Fresh Lady‘s new single and music video, “Watermelon,” on this episode of The Quinn Spinn would only be scratching the surface of this one. Indeed, this might be the most real, true-to-life conversation we’ve ever had on the show.
We go in on topics like mental health, the judgments we cast on the internet, and so much more about 21st Century life. This one is an all-timer. Don’t miss it!
“The first casualty of adult life is innocence.”
I had the pleasure of being on The Poptimist (hosted by Taylor Berryman) a couple months back. What I appreciate about Taylor is his refreshing honesty, and his fearless willingness to address his journey — not just in the music industry, but through life itself.
On his latest episode, titled “Ergonomic Soapbox,” Taylor and his producer Millhouse have a frank conversation about their internal dialogue; about how the pressure we put on ourselves by overthinking lead to fear, self-doubt, and lack of trust. Those feelings can often have rippling effects on our personal and professional lives, and can cloud us from thinking clearly and focusing on the present.
This one goes deep, and it’s worth your time. Listen up!
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A couple years back, we became acquainted with North Carolina-born musician MICVH at Underground Music Collective. She shared her tremendous story with us upon the release of her debut EP, Singularity, and has since uncovered new experiences to share with us.
That includes meeting and collaborating with singer-songwriter Steven Hall, who the chief songwriter and multi-instrumentalist of Swim in the Wild. Together, the pair discuss their journeys throughout the pandemic, and how a run-in with COVID brought them much closer. Then, we’ll get to hear a couple live, in-studio cuts!
This past winter — before the end of the ‘rona times was in our sights — we got together with Nashville-based musicians Allison Mahal and Van Isaacson, just for the sake of recording an episode of The Quinn Spinn. We had no plan for the episode, and had no idea when it would even release, but hung onto it for a time when we wanted to delight you with an entertaining conversation.
That time is now. Plus, you’ll get to hear about all of our 2021 aspirations — many of which are on their way to coming true!
In his 20+ years in the music industry, Jeremy Young has seen it all. The Cincinnati native started his career in music marketing, before hitting the road as a tour manager, working with notable artists including Gavin DeGraw, Maroon 5, and many others.
Jeremy has now applied his vast and varied experience in the entertainment industry in a way he never quite expected: as the COO of 3P America, a sanitation company committed to getting the music industry — and the world at large — back to work in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn about Jeremy’s work — and about life on the road — on this truly can’t-miss episode of The Quinn Spinn!
Based in Nashville, EVA is a “streamlined solution for booking entertainment and experiences for virtual and live events.” The startup platform, which utilizes technology and a people-first mentality to connect clients with high-quality entertainment, has adapted to the abrupt changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, and finds itself continuing to innovate as the industry re-defines the meaning of live entertainment in 2021 and beyond.
EVA Co-Founder Channing Moreland and Entertainment Relations Manager Belinda Ligotino join us on The Quinn Spinn to discuss these important pivots, and what they mean for the future of the platform and industry at-large.
If you’ve been broken before, the hardest part of falling in love might be allowing yourself to fall in the first place.
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Can we get this pandemic under control, so we can travel north of the border again?
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The Southern Gothic released their six-song EP, Burnin’ Moonlight, this past Friday, December 4. Before the release, we sat down with frontman Connor Christian to learn about the record, his favorite moments, and the difference between crafting a release in the studio, as opposed to on the road.
We go much deeper than that. We discuss Connor’s well-traveled youth, which he spent in locations all over the world. In addition, we hear the band’s story of consistent hard work that took The Southern Gothic from an Atlanta-area cover band, to a versatile juggernaut that has opened for the likes of Willie Nelson, ZZ Top, and many more!
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If you grew up in the 90s, there stands an excellent chance that you remember The Cranberries’ 1992 classic, “Dreams.” It was everywhere, back in the day.
Today, you have a chance to hear it as you never have before!
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