WR665: Quinton Blair

Episode 665 February 17, 2022 00:56:59
WR665: Quinton Blair
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Show Notes

I had a great conversation (as always) with country singer, songwriter, and now backwoods guide, Quinton Blair.

We talked about shifting his focus to intimate outdoor concert/riding/camping experiences via his Woodside Outfitters project, about the challenge of songwriting during the pandemic, a pile of new music he’s been sitting on, and much more.

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