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Everything Creative—Exploring Creativity

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Everything Creative—Exploring Creativity

Everything Creative—Exploring Creativity

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A program featured on the Mormon Channel (mormonchannel.org), the official radio station of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Latest Episodes

07: Redhead Express

Redhead Express (Kendra, LaRae, Alisa, and Meghan Walker) all join host Nancy Hanson to share their music, which they deem a "homegrown blend of contemporary country, old-fashioned bluegrass and Americana." They talk about touring together as a family and holding their standards high as LDS youth working in the music industry.

49 min2013 JUN 3
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07: Redhead Express

06: Doug and Kayliann Lowe

Doug and Kayliann Lowe grew up performing around the world with their parents and five other siblings. Now Doug and Kayli are also stepping out on their own to write and perform songs together. Their song "Billboard Girl" (co-written with Garin Brett) recently won the grand prize for the NSAI songwriting contest. Also, Kayli's song "Let Me Cry" won the people's choice award. The songs are heard as part of the episode. While finding success, the Lowes strive to keep their standards and share how they feel about attending church and staying close to the Lord amidst a busy touring schedule.

59 min2013 MAY 20
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06: Doug and Kayliann Lowe

05: Michael Hinckley

Host Nancy Hanson interviews guitarist and songwriter Michael Hinckley. Michael tells about what brought him to Nashville and plays some of his music as part of the interview.

49 min2013 APR 15
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05: Michael Hinckley

04: Jason Deere

Nashville musician Jason Deere tells his story about working in the music industry. Specifically he talks about being the producer for the music group SHeDAISY (consisting of LDS women) and the inspiration behind his album Joseph Smith: A Nashville Tribute to the Prophet. Jason also sings and plays his guitar during the interview.

54 min2013 MAR 25
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04: Jason Deere

03: Drew and Lacey Williams

Husband and wife music duo Drew and Lacey Williams join host Nancy Hanson in Nashville, Tennessee, to talk about their experiences in the bluegrass/country music industry. They met, married, and decided to make a life together playing music as a team. They found that they can choose to live the "music life" to the degree that they would like. Not participating in uncomfortable situations, they have still found success in being able to always have a gig on their schedule.

52 min2013 MAR 18
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03: Drew and Lacey Williams

02: Dan Truman

Dan Truman, most known for his keyboard and piano playing for country band Diamond Rio, joins host Nancy Hanson in Nashville, Tennessee, for Everything Creative. Dan attended BYU and served his mission in Florida. Then he moved to Tennessee to pursue music in Opryland. He strives to live his LDS morals and shares how he has been lucky to be surrounded by others who help him to do so.

43 min2013 MAR 11
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02: Dan Truman

01: Tony Martin

Country music songwriter Tony Martin has written songs that have been recorded and released by artists such as George Strait, Tanya Tucker and Tim McGraw. He discusses getting started as a songwriter and the "ins and outs" of the songwriting business.

55 min2013 MAR 4
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01: Tony Martin

Documentary 10: UVU Race Car Team

Guest host Ryan Tilby interviews UVU professor of automotive technology, Todd Lowe, about the UVU race car team. Todd is a racer and says he has "salt fever." He takes his students to the Bonneville Salt Flats to race the cars that they have learned how to build and maintain at optimal performance.

51 min2012 DEC 3
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Documentary 10: UVU Race Car Team

Documentary 9: Luthiers

Guest host Ryan Tilby interviews luthiers Joel Nowland and Adam Day. Joel creates guitars and Adam creates violins. They discuss spiritual aspects of creativity in their craft and how the Spirit has helped them do their work.

59 min2012 APR 30
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Documentary 9: Luthiers

Documentary 8: Entrepreneurs

LDS entrepreneurs Matt Hein and Gaylen Rust are up for the challenges that being their own boss creates. Guest host Ryan Tilby interviews both of them separately to get their story. Their faith keeps them working hard, and both men are grateful for the blessings that they have been given.

59 min2012 APR 23
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Documentary 8: Entrepreneurs

Latest Episodes

07: Redhead Express

Redhead Express (Kendra, LaRae, Alisa, and Meghan Walker) all join host Nancy Hanson to share their music, which they deem a "homegrown blend of contemporary country, old-fashioned bluegrass and Americana." They talk about touring together as a family and holding their standards high as LDS youth working in the music industry.

49 min2013 JUN 3
Comments
07: Redhead Express

06: Doug and Kayliann Lowe

Doug and Kayliann Lowe grew up performing around the world with their parents and five other siblings. Now Doug and Kayli are also stepping out on their own to write and perform songs together. Their song "Billboard Girl" (co-written with Garin Brett) recently won the grand prize for the NSAI songwriting contest. Also, Kayli's song "Let Me Cry" won the people's choice award. The songs are heard as part of the episode. While finding success, the Lowes strive to keep their standards and share how they feel about attending church and staying close to the Lord amidst a busy touring schedule.

59 min2013 MAY 20
Comments
06: Doug and Kayliann Lowe

05: Michael Hinckley

Host Nancy Hanson interviews guitarist and songwriter Michael Hinckley. Michael tells about what brought him to Nashville and plays some of his music as part of the interview.

49 min2013 APR 15
Comments
05: Michael Hinckley

04: Jason Deere

Nashville musician Jason Deere tells his story about working in the music industry. Specifically he talks about being the producer for the music group SHeDAISY (consisting of LDS women) and the inspiration behind his album Joseph Smith: A Nashville Tribute to the Prophet. Jason also sings and plays his guitar during the interview.

54 min2013 MAR 25
Comments
04: Jason Deere

03: Drew and Lacey Williams

Husband and wife music duo Drew and Lacey Williams join host Nancy Hanson in Nashville, Tennessee, to talk about their experiences in the bluegrass/country music industry. They met, married, and decided to make a life together playing music as a team. They found that they can choose to live the "music life" to the degree that they would like. Not participating in uncomfortable situations, they have still found success in being able to always have a gig on their schedule.

52 min2013 MAR 18
Comments
03: Drew and Lacey Williams

02: Dan Truman

Dan Truman, most known for his keyboard and piano playing for country band Diamond Rio, joins host Nancy Hanson in Nashville, Tennessee, for Everything Creative. Dan attended BYU and served his mission in Florida. Then he moved to Tennessee to pursue music in Opryland. He strives to live his LDS morals and shares how he has been lucky to be surrounded by others who help him to do so.

43 min2013 MAR 11
Comments
02: Dan Truman

01: Tony Martin

Country music songwriter Tony Martin has written songs that have been recorded and released by artists such as George Strait, Tanya Tucker and Tim McGraw. He discusses getting started as a songwriter and the "ins and outs" of the songwriting business.

55 min2013 MAR 4
Comments
01: Tony Martin

Documentary 10: UVU Race Car Team

Guest host Ryan Tilby interviews UVU professor of automotive technology, Todd Lowe, about the UVU race car team. Todd is a racer and says he has "salt fever." He takes his students to the Bonneville Salt Flats to race the cars that they have learned how to build and maintain at optimal performance.

51 min2012 DEC 3
Comments
Documentary 10: UVU Race Car Team

Documentary 9: Luthiers

Guest host Ryan Tilby interviews luthiers Joel Nowland and Adam Day. Joel creates guitars and Adam creates violins. They discuss spiritual aspects of creativity in their craft and how the Spirit has helped them do their work.

59 min2012 APR 30
Comments
Documentary 9: Luthiers

Documentary 8: Entrepreneurs

LDS entrepreneurs Matt Hein and Gaylen Rust are up for the challenges that being their own boss creates. Guest host Ryan Tilby interviews both of them separately to get their story. Their faith keeps them working hard, and both men are grateful for the blessings that they have been given.

59 min2012 APR 23
Comments
Documentary 8: Entrepreneurs
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