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Erin Enderlin

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Erin Enderlin

Country Music Made Me

Erin Enderlin is a country music singer/songwriter who just released her new EP Barroom Mirrors. Erin joins Country Music Made Me to take us through her journey that began as a youngster listening to records with her Grandpa. She began writing in the 4th grade and from that moment on she's been hooked. She followed her dreams all the way to Nashville and has found success not only as an artist but also as a successful songwriter, which began with her first cut at the age of 21 when Alan Jackson recorded her song "Monday Morning Church". She's met, worked with and performed alongside many of the Country greats she grew up idolizing and the number of amazing stories she has could easily fill a book. We were lucky enough to hear some of the best!!

37mins

18 Oct 2021

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WFLR Featured Artist Erin Enderlin

The Larry Timko Show on WFLR

Erin Enderlin has a new release coming out October 15th called "Bar Room Mirrors" Her songs have been recorded by Alan Jackson, Lee Ann Womack, Randy Travis, Reba McEntire and Terri Clark. Erin has also twice appeared on the Country Throwdown Tour as a member of their Bluebird Cafe songwriter stage. www.erinenderlin.com

13mins

7 Oct 2021

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Ep. 4: Pest control and resistance management, National Farmers Union President Rob Larew, the music of Erin Enderlin

Inside Farm Life

On this episode, Daren Mueller, Associate Professor and Extension Plant Pathologist at Iowa State University discusses effective pest control and resistance management strategies. National Farmers Union President Rob Larew stops by to talk about some hot-button industry issues and his organization’s legislative priorities for the remainder of 2021 and beyond. Jesse Allen discusses the impact of the drought on the grain markets in this week’s Market Talk segment and in this week’s installment of “Bushels and Cents,” if you’re in the market for a utility vehicle around the farm, Ray Bohacz says a van might just be the answer. The episode also features a conversation with, and the music of, Grand Ole Opry performer Erin Enderlin. Timestamps Intro/news: 0:16 Goatlifeclothing.com advertisement: 5:18 Concept AgriTek advertisement: 5:37 Daren Mueller, Iowa State University: 6:10 Gateway Seed advertisement: 15:12 Rob Larew, National Farmers Union: 15:43 Concept AgriTek advertisement: 44:20 Jesse Allen, Market Talk: 44:50 Ray Bohacz, “Bushels and Cents”: 50:26 Erin Enderlin: 51:51

1hr 32mins

22 Jul 2021

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E13: Erin Enderlin

Pickin' It Out with Andrew Pope

If you are an aspiring singer/songwriter, don't miss this episode. Always great to talk to my friend Erin Enderlin. Erin has had songs recorded by everyone from Alan Jackson to Lee Ann Womack and she is one of my favorite "real" artists today.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1hr 1min

18 Jul 2021

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On Fire Concerts Artist Interview with Erin Enderlin

On Fire Concerts

Ron interviews country singer/songwriter Erin Enderlin....

15mins

9 Jul 2021

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Josie Show Special Edition Episode #543 Guest Erin Enderlin

The Josie Show

Josie chats with Erin Enderlin about all things music on The Josie Show Special Edition.

18mins

13 May 2021

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Singer/Songwriter Erin Enderlin

Jrodconcerts Presents: 'LIVE! From The Space at 100 Taylor' with Jamie Rodriguez

Erin Enderlin, one of today's most accomplished Country music Singer and Songwriters joins Jamie and Jeff on the second episode of LIVE! From The Space at 100 Taylor. Having recently performed the legendary Grand Ole Opry stage for the 12th time, Enderlin has also penned a plethora of hit songs with everyone from Terri Clark, to Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire, and many more. Her brand new cover album Campfire Covers Vol 2. (Out NOW) follows the critically acclaimed Faulkner Country (2019) which includes the mega-hits Broken, Tonight I Don't Give a Damn and I Can Be Your Whiskey, of which she performs a spine-tingling version on the show. Don't miss this very special episode, and for more on Erin Enderlin visit: erinenderlin.com

38mins

19 Mar 2021

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#64 - Erin Enderlin

Hippies & Cowboys Podcast

Erin Enderlin is a country singer/songwriter originally from Arkansas, and currently based in Nashville, TN. Her latest release was 2019's Faulkner County, and she's currently working on new music. https://erinenderlin.com/ MUSIC FEATURED- When I'm Drinking Whiskey (Live on the podcast) Check out the NEW website!https://www.thehippiesandcowboys.com/ https://twitter.com/HippiesCowboys https://www.instagram.com/hippiescowboyspod/Join our online community on Patreon! Gain access to exclusive content, early guest announcements, discount codes, giveaways, and bonus podcasts!https://www.patreon.com/hippiesandcowboysALL MUSIC IN THIS PODCAST HAS BEEN USED WITH PERMISSION FROM THE ARTIST AND LABEL.

1hr 12mins

14 Jan 2021

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OHR Presents: Erin Enderlin (Full Interview)

Ozark Highlands Radio

This week, nationally renowned Arkansas singer-songwriter Erin Enderlin recorded live at Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View, Arkansas. Also, interviews with this award winning wordsmith.“‘One of the best things about country music was that it was adult music,’ Erin Enderlin says of the country songs she grew up listening to in Arkansas. ‘It was real music that dealt with hard issues in life so that people going through those things don’t feel so alone.’ “The observation is signature Enderlin: She has a way of turning a song or even just a thought into an outstretched hand to the lonely or ashamed. While she first turned heads as a godsend to those aching for an artist with some golden-era country backbone, Enderlin’s acclaimed 2017 record Whiskeytown Crier firmly cemented her as something more. She’s a literary songwriter and superb vocal stylist with a knack for sharply drawn––and often sad––characters. Backsliders, avengers, lovers, and victims––they’re all swapping forlorn tales on the collection, which is a fresh take on the concept album set in a small Southern town.  “Now, Enderlin is home in Nashville, reflecting on that record and the past couple of years as she enjoys a little downtime after opening a run of shows for Jamey Johnson. 2018 was an especially busy year for the singer-songwriter. She was named a member of the 2018 CMT Next Women of Country, a recipient of the Arkansas Country Music Awards Songwriter and Album of the Year recognitions, and runner-up to Jason Isbell in the Best Singer-Songwriter field in the Nashville Scene’s touchstone Best of Nashville issue. Already a go-to writer for stars having penned mega country hits such as Alan Jackson’s ‘Monday Morning Church,’ Lee Ann Womack’s ‘Last Call,’ Luke Bryan’s ‘You Don’t Know Jack,’ and a host of other songs for Randy Travis, Joey+Rory, and more. Enderlin continues to add marquee cuts to her catalog including, ‘The Bar’s Getting Lower’ recorded by Reba for her upcoming album Stronger Than the Truth. Terri Clark also featured five Enderlin-written gems on her Raising the Bar album and Whisperin’ Bill Anderson recorded and released her ‘Waffle House Christmas,’ then featured her in the song’s beloved video. After hearing Enderlin perform on the radio broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry while en route there herself, Jeannie Seely decided to sing the song she heard Enderlin deliver, the gut-punching ‘I Let Her Talk.’ This summer, Enderlin is up for six more Arkansas Country Music Awards.”- https://www.erinenderlin.com/bio In this week’s “From the Vault” segment, musician, educator, and country music legacy Mark Jones offers a 1978 archival recording of Ozark originals Jim & Denise Lansford performing the song “My Dear Old Southern Home,” from the Ozark Folk Center State Park archives.Author, folklorist and songwriter Charley Sandage presents an historical portrait of the people, events and indomitable spirit of Ozark culture that resulted in the creation of the Ozark Folk Center State Park and its enduring legacy of music and craft. In this episode, Charley contemplates the promise of rain for those who’s lives and livelihoods are tied to the land.

21mins

25 Oct 2020

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OHR Presents: Erin Enderlin

Ozark Highlands Radio

This week, nationally renowned Arkansas singer-songwriter Erin Enderlin recorded live at Ozark Folk Center State Park in Mountain View, Arkansas. Also, interviews with this award winning wordsmith.“‘One of the best things about country music was that it was adult music,’ Erin Enderlin says of the country songs she grew up listening to in Arkansas. ‘It was real music that dealt with hard issues in life so that people going through those things don’t feel so alone.’ “The observation is signature Enderlin: She has a way of turning a song or even just a thought into an outstretched hand to the lonely or ashamed. While she first turned heads as a godsend to those aching for an artist with some golden-era country backbone, Enderlin’s acclaimed 2017 record Whiskeytown Crier firmly cemented her as something more. She’s a literary songwriter and superb vocal stylist with a knack for sharply drawn––and often sad––characters. Backsliders, avengers, lovers, and victims––they’re all swapping forlorn tales on the collection, which is a fresh take on the concept album set in a small Southern town.  “Now, Enderlin is home in Nashville, reflecting on that record and the past couple of years as she enjoys a little downtime after opening a run of shows for Jamey Johnson. 2018 was an especially busy year for the singer-songwriter. She was named a member of the 2018 CMT Next Women of Country, a recipient of the Arkansas Country Music Awards Songwriter and Album of the Year recognitions, and runner-up to Jason Isbell in the Best Singer-Songwriter field in the Nashville Scene’s touchstone Best of Nashville issue. Already a go-to writer for stars having penned mega country hits such as Alan Jackson’s ‘Monday Morning Church,’ Lee Ann Womack’s ‘Last Call,’ Luke Bryan’s ‘You Don’t Know Jack,’ and a host of other songs for Randy Travis, Joey+Rory, and more. Enderlin continues to add marquee cuts to her catalog including, ‘The Bar’s Getting Lower’ recorded by Reba for her upcoming album Stronger Than the Truth. Terri Clark also featured five Enderlin-written gems on her Raising the Bar album and Whisperin’ Bill Anderson recorded and released her ‘Waffle House Christmas,’ then featured her in the song’s beloved video. After hearing Enderlin perform on the radio broadcast of the Grand Ole Opry while en route there herself, Jeannie Seely decided to sing the song she heard Enderlin deliver, the gut-punching ‘I Let Her Talk.’ This summer, Enderlin is up for six more Arkansas Country Music Awards.”- https://www.erinenderlin.com/bio In this week’s “From the Vault” segment, musician, educator, and country music legacy Mark Jones offers a 1978 archival recording of Ozark originals Jim & Denise Lansford performing the song “My Dear Old Southern Home,” from the Ozark Folk Center State Park archives.Author, folklorist and songwriter Charley Sandage presents an historical portrait of the people, events and indomitable spirit of Ozark culture that resulted in the creation of the Ozark Folk Center State Park and its enduring legacy of music and craft. In this episode, Charley contemplates the promise of rain for those who’s lives and livelihoods are tied to the land.

59mins

24 Oct 2020

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