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May 4, 2021 58 min
In this week's episode, two extraordinary young women and rising stars of music and sport: singer-songwriter and the 2020 ACM New Woman of Country Tenille Townes and Vanderbilt University goalkeeper AND the first woman to ever score points in a Power Five conference game as a place kicker, Sarah Fuller. Mutual admirers from afar, they dish about Sarah's big moment starting for the Commodores Football team, her excitement for Tenille's upcoming tour alongside Brothers Osborne this fall, and how on earth Tenille managed to write 200 songs during quarantine!?! There's also a special story about the moment Tenille knew she wanted to be a musician after being spontaneously invited onstage to sing with Shania Twain as a star-struck 9 year-old. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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