The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce wants to know how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has affected the music industry and its patrons.Learn More
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This article is a contributed piece from Erin M. Phillips, vocal teacher, and Roger E. McLendon, M.D., a neuropathologist. Learn more about the Erin M. Phillips Voice Studio at this link.
At some point in their careers, musicians will experience performance anxiety. This can affect performers of any capacity, whether on stage, in classroom, or on the field.Learn More
The world is full of no shortage of reminders that life is a tremendous gift. In fact, it’s such a rare gift, that we have a 400 trillion to 1 chance of ever receiving it.
On this week’s edition of UMC Real Talk, we explore that notion with a personal story and call to action for those of you looking to make an impact.Get some Real Talk!
Wednesday night, it was time for the songwriters of Nashville to show their best to the folks at Music City’s independent radio station.See the Photos
Each of us is on our own creative journey. With that comes a process that is guaranteed to teach us lessons. Some of them are easy. Others are a little more hard-earned.
Here’s why it’s important to trust in that process, no matter how things turn out in the moment.Get some Real Talk!
In a polished musical landscape, EverSōl brings a raw, vulnerable edge to the scene that has made them one of the most exciting modern rock acts in Nashville — or anywhere else. Their fearless, authentic songwriting paints from a wide palette of musical influences, endearing the band to fans far and wide.
On this edition of The Quinn Spinn, we get to know Keece and Coffin, the musicians and creative forces behind EverSōl. We follow their journeys from Arkansas to Music City, and learn about their process and the lessons they’ve learned.#GetSpunn
Here at Underground Music Collective, we decided that it’s time to get real. About the music industry, and the attitudes and life factors that impact our creative journeys.Read more
Warning: This episode features a conversation that addresses sensitive topics, including mental health and addiction.
Elisabeth Beckwitt is an indie pop musician, mental health advocate, and member of Nashville’s growing independent music and arts community. Her new EP, Indigo, touches on life on the other side of recovery, and is a complete and triumphant story of redemption, self-discovery, and finding love from within, and of finding the brightest light from the darkest of places.
Elisabeth joins us on The Quinn Spinn to share her story, her excitement about Indigo, her work as the founder of Sad Girl Music, and much more.
As you may have heard on Monday’s return episode of The Quinn Spinn, we’re teaming up with Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) in Nashville to help musicians anywhere network and showcase their talents within the industry.Read more
This Monday, March 4 marks something of a new beginning for us here at Underground Music Collective. Our official podcast, The Quinn Spinn, will return with our first episode recorded at Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) in Nashville.Read more