Texas native Ben Danaher is an Americana artist based in Nashville who has spent extensive time on the road with Aaron Lewis, the country artist and frontman of rock band, Staind.
On today’s episode of The Quinn Spinn, Ben shares his experiences from the road, as well as the stories of loss that inspired his most recent full-length album, Still Feel Lucky. We also take a brief look into what the future holds, and discuss the importance of building momentum as an artist.
As we pointed out the other day, Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer MOLLĒ is set to join us on The Quinn Spinn this March.
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If you’ve been following the action over at The Quinn Spinn (particularly, on Instagram), you may have seen that we’ve been hard at work recording new episodes since the beginning of 2020.
Well, we now have enough of those episodes recorded to have the guest lineup solidified for the first quarter of this year.
Meet Our Winter Guests
We welcome you to a new year and decade of The Quinn Spinn!
To celebrate this momentous occasion, we start off the fun with indie rocker, Josh Mack. Since coming to Nashville, Josh has released a total of 30 singles to Spotify and has more in store for 2020, including his forthcoming single, “Amor,” set for release on Valentine’s Day.
Today, we discuss Josh’s past, present, and future projects, as well as his journey from his native Ohio to Music City.
It’s a new year and a new decade. So, we want to try something new with the first Daily Spinn of 2020.
Smoking. Hot. Jazz.
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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.
Talia Stewart‘s new album, Confessional, is a no-holds-barred exploration of human expression. Through her eclectic and dynamic soundscapes and striking, conceptual visuals, Talia uses her art to make us examine our relationships with each other and ourselves.
Talia joins The Quinn Spinn to talk about Confessional, her creative process, and what it has taken for her to carve out a special place in Nashville and the music world at-large.
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.
Opening theme: REVEL 9 – All I’ve Become
Closing theme: The Mad Sugars – We Want the Night
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All of our Daily Spinns this week have come from East Coast bands. Let’s head out west for your Friday.
Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn