Ana Lee

Host/Music Director

Ana Lee is the host and producer of "The Local Brew," a weekly radio show plus a live showcase for Nashville based artists. She hosts mid-days on 89.5 WMOT Roots Radio, Nashville, is a voice over artist and curator of musical experiences for events.

A Los Angeles native, Ana Lee has been on the air at several Southern California stations, from Santa Barbara's KTYD to legendary Los Angeles rocker, 105.5 KNAC. More recently, she hosted afternoons at WRLT, Nashville.

She's interviewed artists from John Hiatt, Brandi Carlile, Sheryl Crow and Kacey Musgraves to Ozzy Osbourne, John Waite and more, local politicians, non-profits, covered events such as the Grammys, MTV Video Music Awards and worked at Capitol Records, A & M Records and House of Blues.

Ana Lee's other passions include animals, nature and gardening. She lives on a mini farm north of Nashville with two horses and a rescue pup named Archie.

Blair Clark

The pause due to Covid-19 has created a sort of forced step back and for some, an opportunity to rethink life as we’ve known it and what it’s going to look like going forward. For Nashville singer-songwriter Ron Pope, the down time resulted in a “journey” of releases, every other week for a year.

The series, titled, “The Builder” includes new songs, “orphaned” songs as Ron describes them, and some reimagined favorites.

Bobby Chase

As the founder and front man of Nashville folk-rock outfit, Humming House, Justin Wade Tam has toured internationally and throughout the U.S. with opening slots for artists such as Emmy Lou Harris, Kacey Musgraves and Drew Holcomb. Last fall, he released A Place To Land, his first collection of songs as a solo artist. Jordan Lehning’s sparse production style on the four song EP is the perfect backdrop for Tam’s descriptive lyrics.

Sebastian Smith

David Newbould ∙ “Sensitive Heart”
Video release ∙ August 1, 2020

Photo by Sophia Lauer

Nashville native Savannah Conley was born into a musical family; her mom a background singer and her dad a busy touring and studio musician. She released an ep independently in 2017, the year after receiving the John Lennon singer-songwriter award. Grammy winning producer Dave Cobb took notice, signed her to his Elektra Records imprint Low Country Sound and they released Twenty-Twenty her major label debut in 2018 when she was just 21 years old.

Alaina Broyles

Skylar Gregg exudes retro southern rock ‘n soul mixed with the country and blues sounds of the 60s and 70s. I first heard Skylar’s voice as a background singer on a few stages around Nashville, but she’s been writing and performing in this town for most of her life. Her sound was born out of a musical family, her parents came to Nashville both to pursue music careers. She worked with Nashville multi-instrumentalist and producer Jon Estes on her new album, Roses, a departure from her previous two releases which she produced with her husband, Taylor Lonardo at their home studio.