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.

Jaclyn Yundt

Folk, Indie-folk, pop, soul and even some pretty heavy rock – all of those sounds could be used to describe Nashville singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Andrew Adkins. He’s shared bills with artists ranging from indie rockers Cage the Elephant to country hitmakers Little Big Town and the late outlaw country poet, Billy Joe Shaver and was a founding member of Nashville psychedelic blues rockers, Mellow Down Easy. He just released his first solo record since 2017’s To Become Immortal Then Die. Today in Liner Notes we’ll get into the new album, The Echoist.

Brit Taylor – Real Me

Nov 13, 2020
David McClister

As beautiful art often is, Brit Taylor’s debut album, Real Me was born from a string of losses that left this Eastern Kentucky native longing for the simpler days of her childhood. After moving to Nashville at only 17, she earned a college degree, signed a publishing deal, bought a house in the country, got married and life was on track. Things changed and she found her way out of some dark days through music, faith and family. Brit recently played our Finally Friday From Home series, you can see it under the video tab here at wmot.org.

Nate Brown

On EG Vines’ 2018 debut solo ep, Conversation and his 2019 full length, Family Business there were definitely messages about the state of our world, politics, racial injustice… and with these new releases ahead of his next full length, he’s tackling those subjects head on. EG Vines has a lot to say and he’s not holding back. Today in Liner Notes, we’ll talk about new songs, “Am I Dreaming” and “Them” – that song’s explosive video and the new album, Through the Mirror.

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