Nashville Scene debut on Dualtone Records

I recently made my editorial debut in the Nashville Scene. You can read the first part here or click on the link below to read the full story.

Around this time last year, Wesley Schultz was working an array of part-time service industry jobs in Denver, Colo. For the better part of a decade, he had toiled in hopes of someday becoming a full-time musician.

One year later, The Lumineers frontman has received two Grammy nominations — for Best New Artist and Best Americana Album — as well as a gold record. While Schultz has witnessed the way songs like "Ho Hey" and "Stubborn Love" resonate with fans, he acknowledges that it wouldn't have happened without Dualtone Records, a Nashville-based label with only five full-time staff members. (Read the full story here)

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