It’s the start of a holiday weekend, so to celebrate, let’s toast to living in the moment!Hear Wednesday’s Daily SPinn
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Remember your first love?Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
Next Monday, we’ll close November on The Quinn Spinn with a visit from Casey Jo & The Friday Night Dads. They’re celebrating their new album, Twin Mind, and we get to dig deep into the process. You’re going to love this episode when it hits!Hear Monday’s Daily Spinn
Today’s Daily Spinn is for anyone who has ever found themselves preoccupied with the way things used to be…Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
As a challenging year begins to approach its conclusion, we’ve all had a chance to take stock of the people and things we hold most dear. That sentiment becomes amplified, with the holiday season just about upon us.Hear Thursday’s Daily Spinn
Montreal-based songwriter Loryn Taggart has made quite a name for herself north of the border. After leaving home at age 16 to pursue music full-time in Toronto, Taggart has had the good fortune of touring the country, opening for the likes of prominent Canadian folk artist Donovan Woods, and scoring several award nominations along the way.Hear Wednesday’s Daily Spinn
As we learned from his single, “Eyes to the Sky,” Walter DeBarr knows a thing or two about perseverance. However, he also knows that no man can go on this journey alone.Hear Tuesday’s Daily Spinn
From a Wacky Doomsday Cult to Achieving Artistic Fulfillment: The Story of Wesley David (The Quinn Spinn)
Wesley David was raised in a religious cult, and found an escape through music. Since then, he built a career for himself on the piano bar circuit, and has traveled internationally while opening for a long list of widely recognizable acts.
Recently, Wesley released his album Never Late Than Better — an authentic and artistically fulfilling new release that puts Wesley’s sense of humor and raw honesty on display. We discuss the album, the road that led Wesley to this point, and the impacts of technology on art and society itself.
Oh, and of course, a little bit of baseball sneaks its way in…#GetSpunn
A couple of months back, Nashville-based indie pop artist Kenna proclaimed that she was entering into “a new season of music.”Hear Friday’s Daily Spinn
In a perfect, non-COVIDed world, Anytime Soon would have brought the advent of “Jelly Donut Season” much sooner. However, the pandemic forced the Scranton, PA pop punks to make other plans, putting the breaks on the creative process behind their forthcoming EP.Watch Today’s Daily SPinn