The CleCast With Special Guest Madeline Finn

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If you already follow and listen to the CleCast, you already know what you're getting. For those of you that don't, we'll be sharing new episodes of the pod, which features Dan Huszai and Brian Harrington talking about all things Cleveland — music, movies, art, politics, transit, food, beer, etc., starting this week.

Today's installment: Dan and Brian sat down with the amazingly talented Madeline Finn. Madie is a guitarist, vocalist, and founding member of the band The Whiskey Hollow. We talked about her journey through music, from a student in Streetsboro to a Hollywood Week finalist on American Idol and on to her path today. Madie shares how her personal experiences and struggles with eating disorders inform her music and lyrics. We also come up with a new band name.



Listen for the debut of Win The Girl from The Whiskey Hollow's upcoming album.

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