Lorie Liebig has been writing about music since the age of sixteen when she created the first music column in her community college paper’s history. Her second article and first interview was with popular indie rockers OK Go, just a few days after winning an MTV Video Music Award. She continued to write through college, and landed a highly sought-after graduate internship in Washington D.C. at NPR Music’s All Songs Considered podcast. After her internship, she continued working at NPR Music as a Production Assistant where she helped publish daily episodes of NPR’s World Café and Mountain Stage programs. She moved from the East Coast to Nashville in April 2014, where she has been working as a freelance writer and photographer. When she’s not writing, Lorie loves watching movies, hiking, baking cookies, and singing bad karaoke on Broadway.