I’m so thrilled to be able to share today’s very special episode with you. If you’ve ever been to Nashville, Tennessee at all, you probably know why it is called “Music City”. Walk down the famous Broadway Street of downtown and you’ll hear live music beckoning from every restaurant and bar. Everywhere you turn, there are legendary music venues such as Ryman Auditorium and the Grand Old Opry. Modern-day Music Row — the area around 16th and 17th Avenues South — is populated with a collection of recording studios, record labels, entertainment offices — all kinds of businesses related to the music industry.
Nashville has also long been known as the “Songwriting Capital of the World” because songwriters from all over the globe come to Nashville to learn about and collaborate in the art of songwriting. Nashville is one of our favorite places to visit as a music-loving family, and when our family stole away for a quick getaway to Music City, I was so excited to be able to connect with Nashville singer/songwriter Tori Tullier.
Today’s podcast episode is a bit longer than our typical episodes around here, because I’m sharing my interview with this lovely songbird. I think you’ll find it fascinating to learn about the art of songwriting from someone who actually does this for a living! Tori is as warm and lovely as she is talented and was so generous with her time in answering my questions about her life and career with thoughtful candor.
After you listen to Tori Tullier’s interview, you’re going to want to listen to more of her music and follow her. Check out the links below to keep up with her:
Tori Tullier (website)
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