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Episode 122: “Living Centered and Finding Resilience in Your Relationships” 

Featuring Zach and Stacy Williams

Growing pains—we all experience them, and we often become most familiar with them in the context of our most intimate relationships. Life’s greatest joys often lie on the other side of the choice to continue to show up in those relationships, no matter the circumstances. Today on Living Centered, Lindsey and Nicole sit down with couple Zach and Stacy Williams to dig into this theme of resilience—something they have each exhibited in their respective stories but also a quality that serves as a hallmark of their 20 year relationship. Together, they tell their story of choosing to create a life together and candidly share about the many ups and downs that have checkered the tapestry of their shared history. In this inspiring conversation, Zach and Stacy discuss the power of creativity to carry us through pain, the capacity of community to sharpen and propel us forward into new seasons, and the challenge and gift of living creative lives together.

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Zach and Stacy are both creatives in their own right–Stacy co-owns a beautiful antique furniture and design shop in Nashville called Patina + Co alongside her business partner Monica. They have spent the last 6 years cultivating this community and the shop’s ever-growing popularity helped land Stacy and Zach a design and renovation show on the Magnolia Network called The Williams Family Cabin.  

Zach is a singer-songwriter and frontman of The Lone Bellow, a three-piece Americana band that has been touring together for over a decade. Originally born in Brooklyn, the band now lives and writes here in Nashville and are currently touring their fifth record, “Love Songs for Losers,” which has been called “an intimate meditation on the pain and joy and ineffable wonder of being human.” 

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“LOVE SONGS FOR LOSERS” by The Lone BellowThroughout their lifespan as a band, The Lone Bellow have cast an indelible spell with their finespun songs of hard truth and unexpected beauty, frequently delivered in hypnotic three-part harmony. In a departure from their past work with elite producers like Aaron Dessner of The National and eight-time Grammy-winner Dave Cobb, the Nashville-based trio struck out on their own for their new album Love Songs for Losers, dreaming up a singular sound encompassing everything from arena-ready rock anthems to the gorgeously sprawling Americana tunes the band refers to as “little redneck symphonies.” “One of the reasons we went with Love Songs for Losers as the album title is that I’ve always seen myself as a loser in love—I’ve never been able to get it completely right, so this is my way of standing on top of the mountain and telling everyone, ‘It’s okay,’” says lead vocalist Zach Williams, whose bandmates include guitarist Brian Elmquist and multi-instrumentalist Kanene Donehey Pipkin. “The songs are looking at bad relationships and wonderful relationships and all the in-between, sometimes with a good deal of levity. It’s us just trying to encapsulate the whole gamut of experience that we all go through as human beings.”