Movers & Thinkers: How Songwriter Victoria Banks Overcame The ‘Angst' Of Trying To Be Creative | Nashville Public Radio

Movers & Thinkers: How Songwriter Victoria Banks Overcame The ‘Angst' Of Trying To Be Creative

Sep 11, 2016

Nashville is known for its songwriters — people like Victoria Banks, who is paid to come up with tunes and lyrics on a regular basis. 

Banks, who wrote the 2000 Sara Evans hit "Saints & Angels," talked to WPLN's Emily Siner in our live series and podcast Movers & Thinkers about the challenges of cultivating creativity — especially when it's your job.

This audio is an excerpt from the latest episode of our Movers & Thinkers podcast. Hear more of the conversation with Victoria and two other creators — a visual artist and a poet — by listening to our podcast on our website, on iTunes, or on Google Play.