Brittany Nader

Contributor/WKSU Shuffle

Brittany Nader joins Morning Edition host Amanda Rabinowitz on Thursdays to chat about Northeast Ohio’s vibrant music scene.

Brittany earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication, with a concentration in magazine journalism, from Kent State University in 2013. She has regularly contributed feature articles to local publications including The Devil Strip, Cleveland.com, Buzzbin Magazine and Akron Beacon Journal’s Savor Ohio magazine.

She works full-time as the marketing director for ABC Packaging Direct, based in Westlake, Ohio. In her downtime, she enjoys reading, cooking, playing with her cats and immersing herself in Akron’s music scene. 

Ways to Connect

A rock band from rural Stark County is touring the Midwest after releasing its latest album. For this week’s Shuffle, WKSU contributor Brittany Nader talked with the lead singer of White Buffalo Woman, Evan Rutledge, about the small-town band from Minerva that’s building a following.

photo of Bethany Svoboda and Dan Socha
DAN SOCHA

Two northeast Ohio songwriters who spent years on their own are starting a new band, as a couple. For this week’s Shuffle, WKSU contributor Brittany Nader talked with Dan Socha and Bethany Svoboda about finding a new role for men and women in musical spaces.

Harmonizing old tunes
Making beautiful music isn’t just a well-worn euphemism for romance.

Half An Animal
Half An Animal

This year was full of new local music, from Akron’s underground DIY scene to bands that specialize in performance art and heavy guitars. For this week’s Shuffle, WKSU’s Amanda Rabinowitz talked with contributor Brittany Nader about the year’s best albums.