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Jessica Breanne

Ep. 335

Jessica Breanne is a Nashville artist who hails from the gloriously named town of Uncertain Texas. She joins Dwyer to talk about regularly visiting the grave of Lead Belly, how she stopped hiding and embraced her truth, her singing career as a child and how beekeeping mended her soul.

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Opening Song Rosebud Queen from Jessica Breanne's album Rosebud Queen

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