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LISTEN: On ‘Just Pretty,’ Haley Ganis Pens Letter to an Ex

Moving on is difficult — especially when, deep down, you still believe that your old flame deserves more.

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Finding the Right Mix: The Long and Winding Road That Led Borderline Natives to Prominence

Borderline Natives have been tearing up Nashville’s alt-rock scene lately, developing their high-energy brand of pop punk at the height of the genre’s revival. However, like any worthwhile creative journey, it hasn’t been an easy road for the emerging four-piece.

Borderline Natives frontman Kevin Barry joins The Quinn Spinn today to give a detailed account of the band’s history, the lessons learned, and how it has all translated into the opportunities standing before this band of brothers.

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WATCH: Waiting For London Asks, ‘What Are You Waiting For?’

Photo provided courtesy of Muddy Paw PR

Despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic — in addition to the other inherent challenges of building a dream from the ground up — we’ve found inspiration from countless musicians and creatives who have forged ahead regardless, doing what they can to build the lives they want.

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