Episode 5: Space to Create: Musician Savannah King

Hosted By Laura Hughes

Featuring Savannah King

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From the moody East Coast to the heart of the Southwest desert, Savannah King is on a lifelong search for experiences to fuel her music. After a stint of stagnation living a more conventional life, she turned to living on the road with her boyfriend in hopes of rediscovering her inspiration. As it turns out, new people, places, and a vintage campervan were just what she needed to reignite her passions.  

Hear Savannah in words and music on this episode as she tells her story of growth, creativity, and creating a space for the life she most wanted.

Also included in this episode: why you should always check the ground you’re parked on, our hypothesis on what makes Sedona so magical, and the story of Laura’s forgotten ukulele.

 

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Episodes air bi-weekly on Fridays – subscribe wherever you listen so you never miss an episode. Follow along with Laura Hughes on Instagram and learn more about her on her portfolio site or through her travel blog, The Vanna Project.

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Music for this episode is by Savannah and the Kings from her most recent album, Bold And Unsteady.

WOTR podcast logo designed by Dani Opal.

 

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