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PREMIERE: Elisabeth Beckwitt’s ‘Think You Are’ Visits an Understated Side of Recovery

One of Elisabeth Beckwitt’s key tenets as an artist is to shine a light on recovery from struggles with mental health and addiction. Sometimes, that journey takes those in recovery to unexpected places.

Beckwitt addresses that in her typical, head-on fashion with “Think You Are,” the title track from her forthcoming EP.

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The Musical Journey of Raquel Aurilia

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The best way to embark on any creative journey is often to pick a direction and just start. From there, the people you meet and experiences you share will light the way.

This is the case for adult contemporary artist Raquel Aurilia. The Arizona-based singer’s journey began by building her network, which has since led her to open for the likes of B.B. King, Pat Benatar, Gin Blossoms, and more, including a recent 25-show run in support of former Bad English frontman John Waite.

“I started later in life because I didn’t know how to start,” Aurilia noted. “Music is a different animal. It took me a while to meet the right people.”

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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: Tuesday, October 15

It may decidedly feel like something other than summer in most parts of the United States, but don’t tell that to S.S. Ginnie and The Crew. They’re trying to keep this party going for a while longer.

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PHOTOS: Timothy Myles Drives Through the Night at Diskin Cider

Timothy Myles sure is staying busy these days. Playing writers rounds. Winning writers round contests. Releasing new music…

In fact, that last thing we mentioned was the reason for Friday night’s celebration at Diskin Cider in Nashville.

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WATCH: Cubbage Performs Live-to-Tape Piano Rendition of ‘Disappear’

Pennsylvania native Anthony Cubbage has gained a reputation as one of the region’s most versatile and prolific songwriters. Whether performing with his full band, Cubbage, or venturing out on a new solo project, you can be sure he always has something coming down the pike for your enjoyment.

So, here’s something older made new: Cubbage’s song “Disappear” re-imagined as a piano ballad.

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