Nashville Untold

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In Episode 53, Butch Spyridon talks about how Nashville has changed over the years and shares some stories behind some of the big events. You will hear about his younger years and how he never liked following the crowd. Butch Spyridon is the pr
In Episode 52, Mike Seal, an awesome guitarist, shares his story and what it is like playing with different musicians, such as Jerry Douglas and many others. Mike Seal is a grammy-nominated guitarist and composer based in Nashville, TN. Origina
In Episode 51, Bailey Spaulding shares her journey to Harvard then Vanderbilt Law School and eventually starting Jackalope Brewing Company. Bailey Spaulding is the Co-Founder & CEO of Jackalope Brewing Company, in Nashville, Tennessee. Bailey w
In Episode 50, Henry Particelli talks about his journey from Canada to Nashville. He shares why he has a passion for serving his community and why he has never given up on music. Henry Particelli knew he wanted to be a police officer ever since
In Episode 49, Ryan Lampa chats shares his journey to Nashville, how God guided him to serving the homeless, and much more! Ryan is a husband, father. Thinker and seeker. Humbled by the path God has chosen for him. Grew up in Colorado, moved to
In Episode 48, Jason Davis shares about his music journey and how it has impacted his life throughout the years. Jason Davis has spent his entire two decade career in the music industry and worked with many worldwide stars, including Boyz ll Me
In Episode 47, Staci Flood-Popp shares some of her story and why she chose a career in dance. A move to Paris for a few years changed her life forever! After receiving her degree in Visual Arts from Wittenberg University, Stacie moved to Paris,
In Episode 46, Amanda shares her story and what it was like growing up around the music industry. She is full of fun stories and loves helping other musicians. Amanda Colleen Williams is an awarded songwriter and music publisher with songs on a
In Episode 45, Alexis shares her story and what an impact working at five different non-profit internships in five different countries over a year had on her life and how she co-founded Unlocked. Alexis Cook is a passionate individual with a dr
In Episode 44, Devin shares some stories from his earlier years and why he chose a career in professional photography and the joy he gets out of it. Devin Williams lives in Nashville, where he hangs out of helicopters and rides speedboats usual
In Episode 43, Rahaf and I chat about when cooking became a passion, what it is like being a women in this industry and her experience on Chopped and much more! Rahaf learned early on how to cook and why cooking brought her so much joy. She was
In Episode 42, Jeff and I chat about his early years and how he was prepared when he was laid off and the impact of Reading! Jeff is an award-winning radio producer and personality, and former nationally-syndicated morning show host. Following
In Episode 41, Joe Schneider shares some of his story and what it took to fight off an illness that sidelined him for a year! Mote (The working moniker for Joe Schneider) is a singer / songwriter based in Nashville.  Over the last two years, he
In Episode 40, Kyonzte Toombs talks about her educational journey as well as why she is running for Nashville Metro Council. When I first read about Kyonzte, I was blown away by her degrees and all that she has been involved in around Nashville
In Episode 39, Ivory Layne share her music journey and why she chose to move to Nashville. I had a great time chatting with Ivory Layne. She talked about how she got a jump start when she moved to Nashville because of some connections she made.
In Episode 38, Derek Evans, co-founder and president of Project 615, joins me in the Rambler and we chat about his story. Derek shares some of his story and why he chose to leave a job and make a move to Nashville with $1,000 in his pocket. At
In Episode 37, I pull the Rambler down to Franklin to hang out with Ashley Gorley for a bit. A few days before I interviewed Gorley, he landed his 39th #1! It was fun to hear a bit of what all it takes to be a very successful song writer as wel
In Episode 36, Ken Wood is a Nashville native that decided to open a new BBQ restaurant. He talks about leaving a nice desk job to pursue his dream. He has been cooking BBQ for years in competitions. This conversation shows just how much he car
In Episode 35, Jarrod Houston talks about overcoming adversity as a child. The trauma he experienced in those early years impacted him greatly in college. He speaks today about how he was able to overcome addictions, finding joy and his journey
In Episode 34, Hailey joins me in the Rambler to share her journey back to Nashville and why the non profit Y.E.A.H, Youth Empowerment through Arts& Humanities, is so important to her. Hailey Rowe-Mabee is a Nashville area native working for Y.
In Episode 33, Mike LeMieux shared so much great content about social media and the journey he has taken to get there! I began to follow Mike on social media and after reading a few of his post, I thought he would be a great individual to inter
In Episode 32, Beth Inglish joins me in the Rambler and we talk her journey which eventually lead to Nashville and starting Nashville Creative Group! Beth and I hung out at the Titans stadium and had a great conversation! She shared so much kno
In Episode 31, Korby Lenker dives into all he has going on from music to being a creator and star of a new scripted web series. Korby and I enjoyed hanging out in the West End area and talking about his story. Korby continues to take the defini
In Episode 30, Christian Spears, a founder and owner of Tennessee Brew Works, joins me in the Rambler. We talk about his journey and the stories behind a few of their beers! Christian and I had a great time talking about craft beers and all tha
In Episode 29, Granville Automatic’s duo Vanessa Olivarez and Elizabeth Elkins join me in the Rambler and share some of their stories as well as some Nashville history! Led by a modern-day Linda Ronstadt, Granville Automatic writes songs the As
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