Katie King will release her debut EP, Divine, on Friday, May 14. This collection of songs spans multiple genres, and gives the 19-year-old songwriter and Belmont University student a chance to boldly introduce herself to the world, fearlessly and authentically.
On today’s episode of The Quinn Spinn, you’ll learn about the heightened sense of spirituality that led Katie to the creation of Divine. Plus, we’ll hit a range of other topics, from societal norms to the shifts occurring in our modern education system.
From her upbringing throughout Europe, to spending time on each U.S. Coast, to landing in Nashville after months on the road, Cristina Vane has had her artistry and worldview shaped by a variety of life experiences. It all comes together on her new album, Nowhere Sounds Lovely, which is now available on all streaming platforms.
Cristina dropped by to chat about the journey that led her here. Plus, we take a look at a future illuminated by the light at the end of the COVID tunnel.
We were supposed to have Catalina on The Quinn Spinn last April to chat about all things music and more, fresh off of her brilliant 2019 and the release of her record, Multifacética.
And then… COVID happened. Our guest schedule was upended. Great re-shuffling ensued.
So, we shuffled this episode to take place a year later, and it was certainly worth the wait! We welcome the Chilean-born performer to today’s show, where we catch up on a variety of topics — including her COVID adjustments, her new single, “Control,” and a brief look at what’s on the horizon.
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.
As we age, it becomes easier to be comfortable in one’s own skin. This is despite the lofty standards of beauty that mainstream society often holds — especially for women.
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In love, we stick together for better or for worse. Today’s Daily Spinn reflects the latter part of that statement.
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It’s easy to look on social media (or, to the media in general), see the ultra-successful people in your chosen industry, and feel a sense of inadequacy.
However, isn’t it unfair to you, to compare the early stages of your creative endeavor to somebody’s pinnacle?
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When social anxiety hits hard, it can make you feel like a stranger in your own skin.
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We’ve all heard people who believe that social media is “too negative” or “overly political.” While there is a case to be made for those statements, it’s also worth pointing out that the power lies in the hands of its users.
Are you staying in the cycle of negativity, or are you working to change the narrative?
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