9 is a good number. Being on cloud 9 is even better. I’ve seriously been that way since these products came into my life. Some from FabFitFun, some from Influenster and a lot from CVS (’cause I roll that way), but these are my staple products I can’t go without rolling into the heat of […]Read more "On Cloud 9"
I’ve coined the term “think song” as a piece of music that makes you reflect on things and see your problems through a new perspective. The kind of song that you feel was written for you and a situation you’ve been in. The type where you’re not sure how someone else could relate so perfectly. […]Read more "Kailey Miller’s ‘Broken’ Is Your “Think Song”"
Dazed and confused. We all know the feeling. Sometimes you can be so indecisive that you stress over which type of bread to get at the grocery store. Most of the time that stems from something else. A bigger decision in your life that you’re finding it difficult to tackle. My advice? Take a step […]Read more "mood beaters: confused"
Without even trying today, my Shazam account forced me to make a new Spotify playlist. There have been countless times that I’m watching one of my favorite tv show and we get to such an emotional moment and I find myself scrambling for my phone so I can Shazam the song that’s playing. I don’t […]Read more "songs that make you pause the tv"
Nashville is the biggest small town. It’s a contradiction as in sometimes it feels like you’re far from being a thread in the fabric of the city and sometimes it feels like you’re the needle tying it all together. I think the people that feel this way most are the many bands emerging in the Nashville […]Read more "Us & Them"
From Portland to Nashville (and a lot of other places in between), Matt Brown is a singer/songwriter force to be reckoned with. Just like a family heirloom, the gift of music has been passed down in his family from generation to generation, leading to his pursuit of a career in none other than Music City. […]Read more "Across the Table with Matt Brown"
The Roosevelts, a duo composed by the talents of Jason Kloess and James Mason, is a positive testament to the ever-growing music scene in Music City, U.S.A.. If you’re wondering how they got their name, Jason says it best: “It was President’s Day. It was our first day in the studio. We had the songs, […]Read more "Talking with The Roosevelts"