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LISTEN: Annie Keating Confronts Uncertainty on ‘Nobody Knows’

“One thing that’s for sure, nothing’s guaranteed. Life’s a ride into uncertainty.”

Tell us if you’ve felt that one over the past year or so!

Nobody Knows…

Stone Cold Interviews: Owen St. and Jah Frida

UMC Contributor Michelle Stone is here with the first in her new series of Stone Cold Interviews.

Today, go with Michelle as she visits Nashville-based producers and artists Owen St. and Jah Frida to get the story on their new collaboration, “1,000.” Plus, they discuss forthcoming projects, the freedom they find in creating, and vulnerability in music.

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Fun -N- Games: Party Bag with The Dirty Delusions

The Dirty Delusions join Michelle Stone and Jenna Rose for a brand new edition of UMC Fun -N- Games — one which requires them to bravely stick their hands in a bag and pull out a surprise.

What wonders will the Party Bag have in store? Watch to find out!

Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)

PREMIERE: Tess Unveils Stripped Version of ‘Fade Away (To Gray)’

The path we walk when embarking upon a creative path can be a lonely one, indeed. As we forge ahead toward our goals, we can feel the sense of isolation that comes with a less conventional path. Sometimes, we’re left wonder if anyone cares at all.

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Tapping Into the ‘Divine’ with Katie King

Katie King will release her debut EP, Divine, on Friday, May 14. This collection of songs spans multiple genres, and gives the 19-year-old songwriter and Belmont University student a chance to boldly introduce herself to the world, fearlessly and authentically.

On today’s episode of The Quinn Spinn, you’ll learn about the heightened sense of spirituality that led Katie to the creation of Divine. Plus, we’ll hit a range of other topics, from societal norms to the shifts occurring in our modern education system.

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The Stonewall Vessels Return on Their Terms with ‘Hallmaze’

The Stonewall Vessels spent a large portion of their pre-COVID lives touring and gigging constantly, playing 200+ shows from Nashville to Rhode Island, and everywhere in between.

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, they had to re-adjust. They bought their own recording equipment and got to work on new music.

The fruits of their efforts are starting to bloom — and the first new single is the song they’ve always wanted to write.

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