The Summer of Eps: Part 2 Joy Williams

July has seen a quick succession of standalone EP’s released by women in Nashville; Caitlyn Smith, Molly Parden and Joy Williams. The story and words are the prime focus of these artists who refuse to stick to one “type” of music and who bend genres, and at times reimagine them, all in service of the story. The first of … Continue reading The Summer of Eps: Part 2 Joy Williams

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‘Wreck You’ – Lori McKenna

Lori McKenna, artist, musician and songwriter of melancholy. If you've heard a song that's beautifully understated and introspective but has you weeping into your tea by the last chorus, then Lori McKenna is mostly likely behind it. Think Mandy Moore's 'Everblue' and Ashley Monroe's 'The Morning After' This month, McKenna released 'Wreck You' the first single … Continue reading ‘Wreck You’ – Lori McKenna

‘She Used to Be Mine’ – Sara Bareilles

Sara Bareilles has been busy since her Grammy nominated and critically acclaimed album 'The Blessed Unrest' was released in 2014. Sara recently published a collection of essays chronicling each of her songs with the story and inspiration behind them, entitled 'Sounds Like Me', which she called "a love letter to my fans', while simultaneously writing … Continue reading ‘She Used to Be Mine’ – Sara Bareilles