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Author: Sara Niemietz

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Sara Niemietz shares tour stories, songwriting, puns, and talks with friends!
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Thank you for joining me on the podcast journey! Welcome to episode 12, which includes dancing, bass players, and peanut brittle.This is the story of "On Ten.""On Ten" - written by Sara Niemietz and W.G. Snuffy Walden.Imaginary Sponsor: Cactus Pillow
"Waiting on the Day"A story about free snacks, patience, and Nashville writing!Our imaginary sponsor this week is: "Suitcasecase."
Hello, oh wonderful description reader.This is an episode about reaching up, talking with God, telling stories, and trying to rehearse vocals on the autobahn.Imaginary Sponsor: PetPinecone (a wholly owned subsidiary of FIR-real Enterprises)
The story behind "Out of Order" and taking it from a room demo to a LIVE SHOW!Thanks to our eminent sponsor "Construction Site Guided Meditations"Written, Produced, Edited: Sara Niemietz"Out of Order" written by Sara Niemietz 
Behind the scenes of the creation of "Hear Me Now" -The tale of a dad, Hell's kitchen, Krystal Burger, and synths.Made possible by our imaginary sponsor: Soup on a Stick
Why snack tables make great BFFs.The intersection of imaginary commerce and insomnia.LIVE MUSIC and friends that play it.All this and more.Imaginary Sponsor: "Blues Snues""Feet Don't Touch the Floor" written by Sara Niemietz (all rights reserved)
Sara discusses how Michael McDonald changed her life... well - sorta.Behind the scenes on her song "All Your Love" (from twentytwenty)
Behind the scenes on venues with huge bathrooms and the dance test.
A dog, the autobahn, and three musicians walk into a music festival....A behind the scenes look at "Let Me Be".Brought to you by: Mr. Shoe
Monroe and more! Learn about the story behind the song.Invisible Sponsor: IRON PIÑATAS! 
Sara breaks down the story behind "Made to Last" on her new album, twentytwenty.Imaginary Sponsor: Squirrels Gone Mild
Sara Niemietz gives the 411 on "twentytwenty" and talks about writing "Don't Walk Me Home." 
Comments (2)

Joseph Rippinger

I think this is your best episode yet. Love the song. In total agreement as to your opinion of Michael McDonald. Thanks for keeping it up.

Jan 1st
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Joseph Rippinger

I do enjoy hearing about your writing process. I hope to hear more about that and your choice of songs you select for your album.

Nov 25th
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