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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lindsay Ell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lindsay Ell, often where they are interviewed.

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29 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Lindsay Ell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Lindsay Ell, often where they are interviewed.

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Interview with Lindsay Ell

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Interview done a few days before the 2020 CCMA Awards show in September airing on Global TV...LIndsay won Interactive Artist of the Year...

Alberta's Lindsay Ell is here to chat about her latest album Heart Theory featuring "I Don't Love You" & "Want Me Back"

It's a concept album taking the listener through the 7 stages of grief.

Lindsay is nominated for Female Artist of the Year & Interactive Artist at the Sunday, Sept 27th CCMA Awards Show airing on Global TV.
Oct 19 2020 · 29mins
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Most Fascinating: Lindsay Ell

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Lindsay talks about turning trauma into art as she shares the story behind her new concept album Heart Theory.

Oct 19 2020 · 41mins

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Lindsay Ell: How to Process Pain and Heal Through Writing

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How do you process your pain? Better yet, do you even know how to process your pain? In this episode of the Deep Dive with me, Adam Roa, my guest Lindsay Ell will empower you on how to utilize writing as a tool for processing, healing, and learning from your pain.   Most people believe the writing process is only about the final product that is created, although Lindsay views it as a tool for getting to know ourselves on a deeper level, moving through the different experiences in our lives, and transmuting our pain into the most beautiful art we can.   Lindsay is a singer/songwriter superstar whose album, Heart Theory, hit the #1 album in the country across all genres and is based on her experience healing from heartbreak. Plus, in 2020 alone, Lindsay was nominated for a CMA and two ACM awards for New Female Artist of the Year and Music Event of the Year.   Get ready to hear her invaluable insight on her personal writing process and how she uses it as a vehicle for understanding and learning from her emotions.   What You’ll Learn:  
  • How Lindsay developed her #1 album in the country, Heart Theory
  • A step-by-step guide on Lindsey’s writing process
  • How to process, understand and heal from your pain through writing
  • How to turn your personal pain into a beautiful art
  Find more from Lindsay:   Spotify: Heart Theory Instagram: @lindsayell Website: https://www.lindsayell.com   Join Lindsay Ell and I for our Write From Your Heart 90-minute workshop on October 13th, 2020 and dive deeper into Lindsay's writing process. Sign up here.
Oct 12 2020 · 1hr
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Lindsay Ell

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Blake talks to Lindsay about her musical style, her bad-ass guitar playing and why she opened up about her own sexual abuse to help other girls. Check out her Make You Foundation, her music and more at http://linktr.ee/lindsayell
Sep 28 2020 · 37mins
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ACPG 087: 2020 Releases with Lindsay Ell

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In this week's episode we release the first part of a three part trilogy dedicated to releasing music in 2020.

We wanted to document what music was like in 2020 and how people released music and how they changed in this very strange and testing year.

In part one we talk to Canadian Country star Lindsay Ell about the release of her third album, Heart Theory.

Ben caught up with Lindsay over zoom in August 2020.

Find Heart Theory on all streaming platforms, to buy online and in stores.

Sep 22 2020 · 22mins
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Country Talk with Lindsay Ell & Petric

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Sep 09 2020 · 42mins
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Lindsay Ell on Derek Trucks

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The slide maestro has inspired Lindsay since she first heard him play. Discover why and learn something about Trucks’ own influences that you might not know. Essential listening for guitarists of all stylistic persuasions. 

For more information about Lindsay Ell visit https://www.lindsayell.com

Visit Premier Guitar: http://premierguitar.com

Hit us up: chasingfrets@premierguitar.com

Special thanks to Rode and Audio-Technica

Aug 14 2020 · 21mins
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Lindsay Ell

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In this episode, Jessey chats with singer-songwriter Lindsay Ell about her new album 'Heart Theory', songwriting and John Mayer.


Follow Lindsay Ell at www.facebook.com/officiallindsayell & www.instagram.com/lindsayell


Donate to the Make You Movement at www.cfmt.org/giving-and-investing/become-a-donor/give-to-a-fund/make-you-movement-fund


Sexual Assault Hotlines & Information

1800 Respect (Australia) www.1800respect.org.au/

RAINN (US) - www.rainn.org/


Follow Life on Music at www.instagram.com/jesseynapa & www.facebook.com/jesseynapa

Aug 10 2020 · 37mins
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Lindsay Ell on Studio Lessons from Dann Huff

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In this week's first episode, Lindsay describes recording her new album, Heart Theory, and what she learned working with the legendary guitarist who produced it.

For more information about Lindsay Ell visit https://www.lindsayell.com

Visit Premier Guitar: http://premierguitar.com

Hit us up: chasingfrets@premierguitar.com

Special thanks to Rode and Audio-Technica

Aug 10 2020 · 26mins
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Lindsay Ell, a Banana Fan, Finds Her Perfect Whiskey. She Also Talks About Stalkers, Losing Equipment and Her Fans

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Lindsay Ell is a dynamic musician with a bright future ahead of her. Shortly after owning the stage at the Hometown Rising Country Music and Whiskey Festival, she sat down with Fred and opened up about many personal details. What’s it like to be on the road? What does she drink? What are the challenges of being a famous musician? And most importantly, as Lindsay’s eyes gazed upon the sea of bourbon in Fred’s trailer, the whiskey critic started asking a series of questions that made her mouth water and get her excited to taste a bourbon she found quite tasty.

In this first episode, there’s also a little whiskey trivia and more about Fred than he intended to share.

Sponsors: The San Francisco World Spirits Competition and Michter’s American Whiskey

WHISKEY TRIVIA answer below the show notes....

KEEP UP WITH FRED

Free Drinks Newsletter: https://www.fredminnick.com

Bourbon Plus: https://BourbonPlus.com

Spirits Network: https://explore.spiritsnetwork.com/fr...

Bourbon Pursuit: https://BourbonPursuit.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fredminnick/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fred.minnick/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/FredMinnick

Books: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=fred+minni...

FOLLOW LINDSAY

https://www.lindsayell.com/

https://twitter.com/lindsayell

https://www.instagram.com/lindsayell/

https://www.facebook.com/officiallindsayell/

BMG granted a license to use Lindsay Ell’s music on this podcast.

TRIVIA Answer: President William Howard Taft 

When President William Howard Taft took office in 1909, there was mass confusion as to what whiskey was. The Pure Food & Drug Act had placed some limitations on medicinal marketing and given consumers an added layer of protection, but it really didn’t define whiskey types. So many distillers were adding food coloring to distilled molasses and calling it bourbon. In what became known as the Taft Decision, the president gave whiskey its first federal definitions. In his lengthy writings, he specifically called out the quality, noting:

“Some time during the Civil War it was discovered that if raw whiskey as it came from the still, unrectified and without distillation, and thus containing one-half to one-sixth of 1 percent of fusel oil, was kept in oak barrels, the inside of the staves of which were charred, the tannic acid of the charred oak which found its way from the wood into the distilled spirits would color the raw white whiskey to the conventional color of American whiskey, and after some years would eliminate altogether the raw taste and the bad odor given the liquor by the fusel oil and would leave a smooth, delicate aroma, making the whiskey exceedingly palatable without the use of any additional flavoring or coloring. The whiskey thus made by one distillation and by the aging in charred oak barrels came to be known as “straight whiskey,” and to those who were good judges came to be regarded as the best and purest whiskey…”

For this decision, Taft is in the Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame.

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jan 17 2020 · 38mins
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