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December 5, 2023 54 mins

Ian Munsick (@ianmunsick) sat down with Bobby Bones to talk about his music journey coming from Wyoming. Ian grew up doing ranch work but was encouraged young to start music and played in his family band. He shares the struggles of leaving Wyoming to chase his music dreams in Nashville and attend Belmont University where he met his manager turned wife, and why they kept their relationship private in the beginning. Ian also reveals why his speech impediment goes away when he's on stage and how he overcomes it. He also shares working with his hero, Cody Johnson, and getting his first cut as a songwriter when he asked for his song "Leather."

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