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Daily Spinn: Faded Rose Walks a Tightrope Between Fear and Love

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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Hard Work and Worldly Perspective: The Southern Gothic’s Connor Christian

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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Daily Spinn: Jordan Lehning Re-Imagines a Cranberries Classic

Photo credit: Laura Partain

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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Daily Spinn: Bellsavvy Grows More Empowered with ‘In My Zone’

Earlier this year, we told you about model-turned-singer Bellsavvy, whose debut single “Queen of My Mind” presented a message of self-love inspired by her experiences in the modeling industry.

Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn

Collaboration, Authenticity, and Inspiration: Inside Casey Jo & The Friday Night Dads’ ‘Twin Mind’

Earlier this fall, Casey Jo & The Friday Night Dads released their full-length debut, Twin Mind, combining honest Americana storytelling and indie rock grit, with shades of influences ranging from punk and alternative, to psych-rock and blues.

On this edition of The Quinn Spinn, the band joins us to discuss the creative process behind the album, and the melting pot of influences that led to its creation. Plus, we get a glimpse into the future, and discuss the distinct difference between the “two Nashvilles” we’ve all experienced.

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Daily Spinn: Natalie Duque, Ramita Arora Join Forces (From a Distance) on ‘Me & You’

As a challenging year begins to approach its conclusion, we’ve all had a chance to take stock of the people and things we hold most dear. That sentiment becomes amplified, with the holiday season just about upon us.

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From a Wacky Doomsday Cult to Achieving Artistic Fulfillment: The Story of Wesley David (The Quinn Spinn)

Wesley David was raised in a religious cult, and found an escape through music. Since then, he built a career for himself on the piano bar circuit, and has traveled internationally while opening for a long list of widely recognizable acts.

Recently, Wesley released his album Never Late Than Better — an authentic and artistically fulfilling new release that puts Wesley’s sense of humor and raw honesty on display. We discuss the album, the road that led Wesley to this point, and the impacts of technology on art and society itself.

Oh, and of course, a little bit of baseball sneaks its way in…

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