Author: Celia Gregory

Don’t Think Twice – A Tribute to a Friend and Volunteer

I realized recently that this will be the first holiday season I can’t finagle a Waffle House intermission from family time in Kentucky to catch up with my high school BFF over greasy omelettes and weak coffee. It’s been four months with Sarah gone, but it still doesn’t feel real, and might not until our…

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#MyVolunteerJobPaysTheMost – HeadCount’s 2016 Retreat

It’s very rare for me to turn down a mountain weekend under normal circumstances, but when those set to join you are like-minded, hard-working and open-hearted music lovers from around the country, accepting such an invitation is a clear no-brainer. One week later, I’m still reeling from – and giving mad thanks post-Thanksgiving for –…

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Good Times with Grimey’s

This year has undoubtedly been a rockin’ one for Nashville’s HeadCount team. Since opportunities to interact with music lovers are as ripe as they come here in Music City, U.S.A., counting heads can be an exercise in strategy and in stamina. “Where should we be, and who can be with us? Granola bar dinner again,…

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Interview: Dispatch

What happens when a band cares so deeply, they make helping causes a huge part of who they are? We asked the members of Dispatch about playing music with a higher sense of purpose.

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Interview: Bob Weir

HeadCount’s Bob Weir is the guest on this month’s Headliners streaming radio show. Here are some of the highlights.

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Interview: Dominic Lalli of Big Gigantic

Dominic Lalli of Big Gigantic is the guest on this month’s Headliners Radio. Read it here or listen at!radio17/1/Headliners

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Interview: Marc Brownstein

Marc Brownstein, bass player for the Disco Biscuits, talks about two things he helped create: Camp Bisco and HeadCount