We’re showing off our range with these Sunday Replay clips from our Official Podcast, The Quinn Spinn.
In these clips, find out:
- The value of having a supportive relationship partner.
- Whether Australia is real.
- If The Office is actually funny.
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The Quinn Spinn train keeps a-rollin’ into Year 10: Overdrive… even if we do take the show off the rails from time to time.
As our 2023 guest lineup continues to take shape, we still have plenty of conversations to revisit from past episodes, to help you navigate life and business in the creative space.
If that sounds good to you — and you want even more — here’s where to find it!
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Hey, while you’re here: did you know that Underground Music Collective is a fiscally-sponsored project of The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville? That means you have the opportunity to make a charitable donation to UMC, which is tax-deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Click here and help us Keep the Music Playing!
Anyway, onto this week’s Sunday Replay…
Our Official Podcast, The Quinn Spinn, covers so much more than music. We take on the life lessons that shape our journeys, creatively and otherwise.
Here are a few examples of what I mean. If you want more, peep the links below!
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We have reached the official halfway point of 2022 — and so far, it’s been a year of tremendous growth around here!
With that, Gerard (a.k.a. The Quinn) shares the top five lessons he’s learned throughout the first half of the year. What are yours?
Today is a very special day: it’s 8 1/2 years to the date of the very day The Quinn Spinn was conceived.
Through the years, we’ve had the chance to appreciate art — and especially, music — in all of its forms. All the while, we’ve tinkered with our own art form (this show), as we’ve experimented with different ways to communicate our truth.
In the process, we’ve learned that true art cannot be put into a box.
“Death gives meaning to our lives. It gives importance and value to time. Time would become meaningless if there were too much of it.” -Ray Kurzweil, The Age of Spiritual Machines
We all have finite opportunities — to create, to inspire, and to love. What are you doing with yours?
How are you spending your dash?
When our scheduled guest couldn’t make it for this episode, we decided to record an impromptu Solo Mission.
And so, today’s episode of The Quinn Spinn brings you a detailed, personal, yet simple message: whatever you’re doing, it has to be about something bigger than you.
In case you haven’t heard, we’re filling the weeks without an episode of our official podcast, The Quinn Spinn, with QuaranTimes, a live stream broadcast featuring our OG Quinn Spinn family. Certainly, it’s a different side of the show, meant to keep things fun and light in these strange times of the ‘rona.
On this edition of QuaranTimes, Scotty Rock introduced us to his friend, Z-Bro, who brought plenty of fresh ideas to what wound up being an unpredictable episode. We get to know the new member of the family, continue the previous episode’s raging Kool-Aid Man debate, and even had time to get a little thoughtful and serious about relationships and self-assessment.
Did we mention that there’s also Stupid News, Something For Your Ears, Feelin’ Good with JD, and the return of L’s Inappropriate Word? Yup — it’s all here!
Amy Benedict is an inspiring individual. Amy is the voice of Nashville-based indie electropop project Pottersfield, and has persevered through life’s twists and turns to arrive at the doorstep of her dreams with a passion and dedication that few possess.
Learn about Amy’s journey — and the important discoveries that have shaped it — on today’s episode of The Quinn Spinn.
Our OG Quinn Spinn family comes together for QuaranTimes, a Facebook Live stream from different corners of the nation!
This week’s QuaranTimes is the first official time that the show will join the Quinn Spinn podcast feed on our streaming platforms! To celebrate, we have some Stupid News with Scotty Rock, as well as an extra story about the origins of SisQo’s “Thong Song.” Plus, JD discusses the Sequester Mini he recently played, and we pander to potential sponsors and Good Friends of the Show!
That’s just the tip of the iceberg on this one. #GetSpunn with us in a whole new way!
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