“The Beautiful and Cathartic Words of Erin Rae”

A couple weeks back, I had the great pleasure of speaking with a young singer-songwriter out of Nashville, Erin Rae, on the strength of the interview I conducted with Lillie Mae out of Boston Calling last month. (Mae. Rae. Try not to get confused.) Like Lillie, Erin is a blast to speak with. Also like Lillie, she’s shaping the Nashville music scene, which is presently fronted primarily by women. So naturally I decided to treat her like “the mayor of Nashville music” and ask her what makes Nashville such a great place for fostering female musical talent. (Answer: A whole lot! Apparently it helps when women have a supportive environment to make art in. Who knew?) 

You can read the piece over at Paste Magazine. I’m pretty proud of it.

 

 

 

 

https://www.pastemagazine.com/articles/2018/06/erin-rae-feature.html

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One thought on ““The Beautiful and Cathartic Words of Erin Rae”

  1. Pingback: “In Tender Tones, Erin Rae Reminds Us That Human Experience Wields Universal Power” | A Constant Visual Feast

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