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October 27, 2022 64 min

It hasn't been an easy road for Nate Smith, but he's proven that when you get knocked down, you have to get back up.  Guest host Abby sits down with Nate to talk about his journey from California to Nashville and how losing everything in a fire reignited his passion to pursue music full time.  Nate has a new album coming out soon, he's been on the road with Brett Eldredge and he made his Opry debut earlier this year. He's also super funny as you'll hear in this episode.  He shares the story behind his song "I Don't Wanna Go to Heaven," what his career goals are, his musical influences and he teases something huge for next year.  Nate and Abby talk about the struggles of dating, battling anxiety, and a creepy writing retreat.   To end the episode, he answers some rapid-fire questions and Abby embarrasses herself big time with one of the questions!

Follow Nate on Instagram @natesmith and on TikTok @natesmithmusic and Abby on Instagram @abby.anderson1_

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