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Songs You Should Hear: Self-Love, Survival, and Taking Risks

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Anyway, onto this week’s Songs You Should Hear…

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Daily Spinn: Lora Kelley Challenges Beauty Standards on ‘Beautiful That Way’

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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PHOTOS: The November 2019 Underground Writers Round

When we curate an Underground Writers Round, one focus we have is on the diversity of the lineup. If we do it right, each participant will bring something different to the table, in an effort to showcase the wide world of music that exists right in front of us.

So, if we can toot our own horns for a second… we hit the mark with this one. Friday night’s lineup certainly had a little something for everyone who packed into Nashville’s historic Douglas Corner Cafe.

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