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Get Real with Caroline Hobby

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Get Real with Caroline Hobby

Get Real with Caroline Hobby

Nashville Podcast Network

35
Followers
484
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Caroline Hobby got her start in the Country Music scene as a member of the trio Stealing Angels. She then competed and was a finalist twice on CBS’s “The Amazing Race,” and now is an Entertainment Host and Correspondent.  Each week on the podcast, Caroline sits down and talks to the wives of your favorite country artists. In every episode, she gives you an inside look of what it’s like to be married to Luke Bryan, Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett, Dan and Shay and more!  Being married to front man Michael Hobby of chart topping band A Thousand Horses, she really is able to connect on a personal, soul level with the stories of her guests. She also sits down with female entrepreneurs, influencers and all sorts of fascinating ladies! It’s honest women... honest talk!

Latest Episodes

Parker Welling: the “it” girl Nashville songwriter talks about how wild faith, intuition, and losing her voice have led to her success.

Parker just celebrated her 4th #1 song w Russell Dickerson. She met Russell in college, and they aligned immediately on values and writing their truth. Parker walks me through her winding journey to success. She talks about how losing her voice completely led her to trusting herself completely. We connect over the fact that we both are 4’s on the enneagram. This episode really lights me up. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

86 min4 d ago
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Parker Welling: the “it” girl Nashville songwriter talks about how wild faith, intuition, and losing her voice have led to her success.

Marissa Martin: Top Hair stylist to celebs like Carrie Underwood shares what really goes on in her styling chair.

Marissa is a little earth angel. She is so beautiful to look at, but it’s her tender heart that just melts you. We talk about how being a hair stylist is next in line to be a therapist bc people sit in her chair and spill their guts. As one of the top stylists in her profession, she tells me how she manifested her dream career and started hustling for it in high school. She talks about navigating the pressure of working with celebrities and how she deals when a client leaves... it’s actually a pretty magical perspective. Marissa also talks about the art of conversation, and being a safe place for people to unload and share what’s on their minds and lives, bc after all, when people are going through a big life shift, the first thing anyone does is change their hair. “Don’t get bangs after a breakup,” she laughed! She tells me how dogs have changed her life and why she’s not stressing about dating, especially in the time of COVID. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

48 min1 w ago
Comments
Marissa Martin: Top Hair stylist to celebs like Carrie Underwood shares what really goes on in her styling chair.

Laine Hardy: 2019 American Idol Winner tells all!

Laine is a sweetheart. Hearing his story of how he won American Idol was so refreshing. Growing up, he would ride his 4-wheeler into the woods and practice singing, where no one could hear him. When he finally sang for his mama, she encouraged him to try out for American Idol. So basically one of the first times he ever sang publicly was his try out. And the judges went wild over his voice. Luke Bryan picked him as the winner the first time he heard him sing. Laine is a country boy and sings about what he knows and from his heart. He is so unassuming about his success and fame. He shares with me how he overcomes fear, his secret weapon for winning American Idol, advice for anyone wanting to win American Idol and his new music that just dropped. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

39 min2 w ago
Comments
Laine Hardy: 2019 American Idol Winner tells all!

The Globetrotters: Flight Time and Big Easy.

These guys are worldwide sensations. They have travelled to over 70 countries and shook hands with President Obama and the Pope. As a matter of fact, Flight Time wrote a best seller book called “Projects, Popes and Presidents,” where he chronicles his life growing up in the Projects, witnessing domestic violence, to chasing his dream of basketball which led him literally around the world. Big Easy also grew up witnessing violence and destruction (he lived through Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and lost everything). I met these 2 guys when we raced on “The Amazing Race: All Stars.”They are the most positive, inspiring dudes you will ever meet. They met every challenge on “The Race” with the most optimistic attitude and the belief of success, as well as lending a helping hand to other teams along the way.They share so much insight for how they achieved their dreams, broke cycles, and are creating a new way of life for their families.They both shared how change starts in the family unit. They are shining examples of how anyone can live the life and future of their dreams, and as Flight Time says “Kindness is Free,” so spread it around like crazy! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

74 min3 w ago
Comments
The Globetrotters: Flight Time and Big Easy.

Ken Block: Lead singer from Sister Hazel talks rock star life and finding balance.

They say “don’t meet your hero’s” bc it could be a major letdown. Well, thank God that wasn’t true w Ken Block, the lead singer for Sister Hazel. Sister Hazel is the SOUNDTRACK to my high school and college days. I must have played “Your Winter” on repeat several thousand times. It’s my favorite song in the universe. So when I got the chance to interview Ken, I geeked out. It was such an awesome interview and cool moment for me personally. Ken is so down to earth and very open and honest about all things, including family life, the realness of being in a band, addiction and relapse and the fear of losing his voice, how he found balance, what brings him most joy, and music of course. Ken is such a badass human. This episode was everything my super fan 20ish year old self dreamed it would be. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

74 minOCT 26
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Ken Block: Lead singer from Sister Hazel talks rock star life and finding balance.

Kristen Brust: Since the moment we met on my hubby’s tour bus it was love at first friendship.

I met Kristen the day she moved to Nashville. She was working for my hubby’s record label and we met on Michael’s bus before a show... It was friendship love at first sight. Kristen is a force. She loves BIG and HARD. She wears her soul on her sleeve and she isn’t scared to be raw and real and really share and bare it. Connecting with others and realizing we are not alone in this life is her mission statement. On this episode we talk a longggg time about the power of manifesting and her tips for getting your mind right. We talk about marriage.She tells me about the dance parties she and Preston (LoCash) have every night with their kids and how they have had to learn the new normal of him being home all the time since touring shut down due to Corona. We talk about loss. She miscarried in between her 2 kids and the ache and love for that child is so strong. I also relate to that ache. We talk about her podcast “In Kristen We Brust,” and why she started it, and what it’s all about. This convo is truly two best girlfriends/wives/mothers living in the music industry, talking about everything in God’s green earth, and recognizing how precious it is to have friendships that fuel your soul, allow you to be vulnerable and seen, and hold your hand while we make our way through this wild, wonderful, crazy life. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

78 minOCT 19
Comments
Kristen Brust: Since the moment we met on my hubby’s tour bus it was love at first friendship.

Cord and Sara McCoy: From racing around the world on “The Amazing Race,” to running a ranch and raising a family, Cord and Sara are true examples of “The Cowboy Code.”

5 years ago, Jennifer Wayne and I got to race around the world w Cord and his brother Jet on “The Amazing Race.”Cord and Jet were “The Cowboys,” and they were the team EVERYONE feared. They were brilliant, efficient, incredible problem solvers, honorable, strong/courageous/fearless, no nonsense, lone rangers, focused, determined, and witty on top of it all.Neither one of our teams ended up winning, but we have a bond and stories for life (we share some great ones this episode).I’ve gotten to know his beautiful, precious wife Sara over these past 5 years and and have been so inspired by the way she shares her heart. Sara tells me the 7 year emotional journey and wait she and Cord had to endure to have their daughter Tulsa (Tulsa also makes some appearances this episode :), and how important it is to Sara to be a role model to Tulsa as a strong, capable, compassionate woman.She and Cord talk about what the Cowboy Code really means, and their secret to marriage. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

52 minOCT 12
Comments
Cord and Sara McCoy: From racing around the world on “The Amazing Race,” to running a ranch and raising a family, Cord and Sara are true examples of “The Cowboy Code.”

“Amen Sister Friend!” with Sarah Anne

This episode is kinda role reversal for me. My long time manifesting positive vibes friend, Sarah Anne, just launched a super uplifting podcast to give you your daily dose of positivity and helping everyone who listens see life through the lens of love.It’s called “Amen Sister Friend!” Make sure you go and give it a follow! She has me on as a guest and I LOVED our convo so much, to the point I am airing it on my podcast GET REAL today. We talk about inclusive spirituality, how to keep a positive mindset, growing through suffering and how I am trying to pave the way and cultivate space for my daughter Sunny.Sarah and I always have super deep, open minded convos and we really connect on a soul level. This episode covers some harder questions and may challenge you to examine your beliefs. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

45 minOCT 5
Comments
“Amen Sister Friend!” with Sarah Anne

April Tomlin: Interior Designer to Top Celebrities shares her formulas to success and it’s not what you think.

April is someone I greatly admire. Not only does she do incredible work and turn homes into masterpieces that create a feeling of comfort, peace and beauty, but she is WOKE as the young kids say. I have known April for quite some time now, she even helped me update/design my home when we first moved in 6 years ago. April has given me incredible advice as a new mother as well. We talk about that on this podcast. We talk about how balance, boundaries and self care are the cornerstones to her success. April has an all female staff. She is a trailblazer for women in the workplace by offering “personal hours” on top of vacation and sick days so the women and moms who work for her don’t have to feel guilty, explain, or lie about why they are leaving work early to go to their child’s game, function, etc... or why they need to have someself care hours to get their hair done. She’s all about keeping the full person of her employees and herself cared for and fueled.That’s what makes for her great and motivated staff.She’s also all about playing into and embracing your strengths while being grateful and supportive of others who thrive in your weak zones. April has built her business around healthy boundaries and respect and she does not budge when it comes to her daughters. Her time with them is sacred and she is so intentional to have worked turned off and blocked off so she can be the present mom that she desires to be. She also shares the DIY tips that everyone wants to know who can’t afford a top designer for their home. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

87 minSEP 28
Comments
April Tomlin: Interior Designer to Top Celebrities shares her formulas to success and it’s not what you think.

Shauna Galligan: stunt woman to the stars.

Shauna laughs when she tells me how surreal it was to be holding Robert Downing JR’s hand, while on set to one of the biggest Marvel movies.Shauna is a top stunt woman to movies like The Avengers and Thor.What’s so intriguing about Shauna beyond her success and talent is her belief and understanding of God and understanding her own manifesting and healing power. And she has the life story to prove it. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

81 minSEP 21
Comments
Shauna Galligan: stunt woman to the stars.

Latest Episodes

Parker Welling: the “it” girl Nashville songwriter talks about how wild faith, intuition, and losing her voice have led to her success.

Parker just celebrated her 4th #1 song w Russell Dickerson. She met Russell in college, and they aligned immediately on values and writing their truth. Parker walks me through her winding journey to success. She talks about how losing her voice completely led her to trusting herself completely. We connect over the fact that we both are 4’s on the enneagram. This episode really lights me up. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

86 min4 d ago
Comments
Parker Welling: the “it” girl Nashville songwriter talks about how wild faith, intuition, and losing her voice have led to her success.

Marissa Martin: Top Hair stylist to celebs like Carrie Underwood shares what really goes on in her styling chair.

Marissa is a little earth angel. She is so beautiful to look at, but it’s her tender heart that just melts you. We talk about how being a hair stylist is next in line to be a therapist bc people sit in her chair and spill their guts. As one of the top stylists in her profession, she tells me how she manifested her dream career and started hustling for it in high school. She talks about navigating the pressure of working with celebrities and how she deals when a client leaves... it’s actually a pretty magical perspective. Marissa also talks about the art of conversation, and being a safe place for people to unload and share what’s on their minds and lives, bc after all, when people are going through a big life shift, the first thing anyone does is change their hair. “Don’t get bangs after a breakup,” she laughed! She tells me how dogs have changed her life and why she’s not stressing about dating, especially in the time of COVID. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

48 min1 w ago
Comments
Marissa Martin: Top Hair stylist to celebs like Carrie Underwood shares what really goes on in her styling chair.

Laine Hardy: 2019 American Idol Winner tells all!

Laine is a sweetheart. Hearing his story of how he won American Idol was so refreshing. Growing up, he would ride his 4-wheeler into the woods and practice singing, where no one could hear him. When he finally sang for his mama, she encouraged him to try out for American Idol. So basically one of the first times he ever sang publicly was his try out. And the judges went wild over his voice. Luke Bryan picked him as the winner the first time he heard him sing. Laine is a country boy and sings about what he knows and from his heart. He is so unassuming about his success and fame. He shares with me how he overcomes fear, his secret weapon for winning American Idol, advice for anyone wanting to win American Idol and his new music that just dropped. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

39 min2 w ago
Comments
Laine Hardy: 2019 American Idol Winner tells all!

The Globetrotters: Flight Time and Big Easy.

These guys are worldwide sensations. They have travelled to over 70 countries and shook hands with President Obama and the Pope. As a matter of fact, Flight Time wrote a best seller book called “Projects, Popes and Presidents,” where he chronicles his life growing up in the Projects, witnessing domestic violence, to chasing his dream of basketball which led him literally around the world. Big Easy also grew up witnessing violence and destruction (he lived through Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and lost everything). I met these 2 guys when we raced on “The Amazing Race: All Stars.”They are the most positive, inspiring dudes you will ever meet. They met every challenge on “The Race” with the most optimistic attitude and the belief of success, as well as lending a helping hand to other teams along the way.They share so much insight for how they achieved their dreams, broke cycles, and are creating a new way of life for their families.They both shared how change starts in the family unit. They are shining examples of how anyone can live the life and future of their dreams, and as Flight Time says “Kindness is Free,” so spread it around like crazy! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

74 min3 w ago
Comments
The Globetrotters: Flight Time and Big Easy.

Ken Block: Lead singer from Sister Hazel talks rock star life and finding balance.

They say “don’t meet your hero’s” bc it could be a major letdown. Well, thank God that wasn’t true w Ken Block, the lead singer for Sister Hazel. Sister Hazel is the SOUNDTRACK to my high school and college days. I must have played “Your Winter” on repeat several thousand times. It’s my favorite song in the universe. So when I got the chance to interview Ken, I geeked out. It was such an awesome interview and cool moment for me personally. Ken is so down to earth and very open and honest about all things, including family life, the realness of being in a band, addiction and relapse and the fear of losing his voice, how he found balance, what brings him most joy, and music of course. Ken is such a badass human. This episode was everything my super fan 20ish year old self dreamed it would be. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

74 minOCT 26
Comments
Ken Block: Lead singer from Sister Hazel talks rock star life and finding balance.

Kristen Brust: Since the moment we met on my hubby’s tour bus it was love at first friendship.

I met Kristen the day she moved to Nashville. She was working for my hubby’s record label and we met on Michael’s bus before a show... It was friendship love at first sight. Kristen is a force. She loves BIG and HARD. She wears her soul on her sleeve and she isn’t scared to be raw and real and really share and bare it. Connecting with others and realizing we are not alone in this life is her mission statement. On this episode we talk a longggg time about the power of manifesting and her tips for getting your mind right. We talk about marriage.She tells me about the dance parties she and Preston (LoCash) have every night with their kids and how they have had to learn the new normal of him being home all the time since touring shut down due to Corona. We talk about loss. She miscarried in between her 2 kids and the ache and love for that child is so strong. I also relate to that ache. We talk about her podcast “In Kristen We Brust,” and why she started it, and what it’s all about. This convo is truly two best girlfriends/wives/mothers living in the music industry, talking about everything in God’s green earth, and recognizing how precious it is to have friendships that fuel your soul, allow you to be vulnerable and seen, and hold your hand while we make our way through this wild, wonderful, crazy life. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

78 minOCT 19
Comments
Kristen Brust: Since the moment we met on my hubby’s tour bus it was love at first friendship.

Cord and Sara McCoy: From racing around the world on “The Amazing Race,” to running a ranch and raising a family, Cord and Sara are true examples of “The Cowboy Code.”

5 years ago, Jennifer Wayne and I got to race around the world w Cord and his brother Jet on “The Amazing Race.”Cord and Jet were “The Cowboys,” and they were the team EVERYONE feared. They were brilliant, efficient, incredible problem solvers, honorable, strong/courageous/fearless, no nonsense, lone rangers, focused, determined, and witty on top of it all.Neither one of our teams ended up winning, but we have a bond and stories for life (we share some great ones this episode).I’ve gotten to know his beautiful, precious wife Sara over these past 5 years and and have been so inspired by the way she shares her heart. Sara tells me the 7 year emotional journey and wait she and Cord had to endure to have their daughter Tulsa (Tulsa also makes some appearances this episode :), and how important it is to Sara to be a role model to Tulsa as a strong, capable, compassionate woman.She and Cord talk about what the Cowboy Code really means, and their secret to marriage. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

52 minOCT 12
Comments
Cord and Sara McCoy: From racing around the world on “The Amazing Race,” to running a ranch and raising a family, Cord and Sara are true examples of “The Cowboy Code.”

“Amen Sister Friend!” with Sarah Anne

This episode is kinda role reversal for me. My long time manifesting positive vibes friend, Sarah Anne, just launched a super uplifting podcast to give you your daily dose of positivity and helping everyone who listens see life through the lens of love.It’s called “Amen Sister Friend!” Make sure you go and give it a follow! She has me on as a guest and I LOVED our convo so much, to the point I am airing it on my podcast GET REAL today. We talk about inclusive spirituality, how to keep a positive mindset, growing through suffering and how I am trying to pave the way and cultivate space for my daughter Sunny.Sarah and I always have super deep, open minded convos and we really connect on a soul level. This episode covers some harder questions and may challenge you to examine your beliefs. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

45 minOCT 5
Comments
“Amen Sister Friend!” with Sarah Anne

April Tomlin: Interior Designer to Top Celebrities shares her formulas to success and it’s not what you think.

April is someone I greatly admire. Not only does she do incredible work and turn homes into masterpieces that create a feeling of comfort, peace and beauty, but she is WOKE as the young kids say. I have known April for quite some time now, she even helped me update/design my home when we first moved in 6 years ago. April has given me incredible advice as a new mother as well. We talk about that on this podcast. We talk about how balance, boundaries and self care are the cornerstones to her success. April has an all female staff. She is a trailblazer for women in the workplace by offering “personal hours” on top of vacation and sick days so the women and moms who work for her don’t have to feel guilty, explain, or lie about why they are leaving work early to go to their child’s game, function, etc... or why they need to have someself care hours to get their hair done. She’s all about keeping the full person of her employees and herself cared for and fueled.That’s what makes for her great and motivated staff.She’s also all about playing into and embracing your strengths while being grateful and supportive of others who thrive in your weak zones. April has built her business around healthy boundaries and respect and she does not budge when it comes to her daughters. Her time with them is sacred and she is so intentional to have worked turned off and blocked off so she can be the present mom that she desires to be. She also shares the DIY tips that everyone wants to know who can’t afford a top designer for their home. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

87 minSEP 28
Comments
April Tomlin: Interior Designer to Top Celebrities shares her formulas to success and it’s not what you think.

Shauna Galligan: stunt woman to the stars.

Shauna laughs when she tells me how surreal it was to be holding Robert Downing JR’s hand, while on set to one of the biggest Marvel movies.Shauna is a top stunt woman to movies like The Avengers and Thor.What’s so intriguing about Shauna beyond her success and talent is her belief and understanding of God and understanding her own manifesting and healing power. And she has the life story to prove it. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

81 minSEP 21
Comments
Shauna Galligan: stunt woman to the stars.
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