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Apr 6, 2021

Singer-songwriter Garrison Starr grew up in Mississippi, made rock and roll out of Memphis and got signed in her late teens to a major label deal where her song "Superhero" took her to the charts and major tours. Heady success, except it was upset by the traumas and betrayals of being outed as gay in college and a conservative culture that exiled her. Now, with a dozen albums to her credit and a successful songwriting career in Los Angeles, she revels in her growth and forgiveness on the new album Girl I Used To Be. Garrison is a fantastic talent with deep Nashville ties, and the story of how this personal album got written will surprise you. Also, I meet Nashville-based, English-bred newcomer Lilly Winwood, who's seen the music industry from the bottom and the top.