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150. I’m No Frank Sinatra

Nan Gurley 2023-08-02 102

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This week I’m joking around about my ‘not so good’ {understatement} singing abilities, saying “I’m no Frank Sinatra” but my guest sure has won a lot of singing awards!

150. I’m No Frank Sinatra

Season 8 Episode 150
Release Date: 2023-08-05 @ 12pm EST (Original Broadcast)
Streaming on: & MyJoyRadio App
Uploaded as Soul H2O Podcast on iTunes & Spotify

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Ep 150 Nan Gurley

This week features an interview with actress, screenplay writer, author, Dove Award Winner, and all-around inspiring lady, Nan Gurley. We’re talking about the power of partnering with God to make a difference in this world.

It’s our intention to motivate you to RISE up to the challenge God’s placed on your heart.

Soul H2O Related Devotions

I’m Not Frank Sinatra

SOUL H2O Related Shows

Ep 147 You Are A History Maker
Ep 115 Pushed For A Purpose
Ep 96  The Strength of a Woman
Ep 97 Armed & Dangerous

Nan Gurley’s BIO

Actor “Corrie Ten Boom” in The Hiding Place

A Nashville native, Nan Gurley has been a fixture on Nashville stages in a career that has spanned over 30 years and included iconic roles for Studio Tenn, Nashville Repertory Theatre, Nashville Children’s Theatre, Nashville Shakespeare Festival and more. A singer, actress and writer, she has performed in more than 50 productions at Tennessee Performing Arts Center and has been a featured soloist with the Nashville Symphony. She’s a two-time Dove Award winner for co-writing two youth musicals, The Race Is On and Friends Forever. Gurley has also co-written a musical with Bonnie Keen entitled Women Who Dare to Believe, and she co-wrote and starred with Denice Hicks and Clare Syler in Shakespeare’s Case, which premiered at the Nashville Shakespeare Festival in May 2009. Her original one-woman show The Diary of Opal Whiteley was performed at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston, S.C., and in several colleges and universities and performing arts centers in the Southeast. She wrote, hosted, and produced an educational television series on the performing arts entitled Front Row Center, which aired on PBS stations nationwide and won the Southern Education Communication’s Best Series of the Year Award.

Additional stage credits include: Blanche DuBois (A Streetcar Named Desire), Mama Rose (Gypsy), Dolly Levi (Hello Dolly!), Mistress Quickly (The Merry Wives of Winter), Nana (Tuck Everlasting), Truvy (Steel Magnolias), Golde (Fiddler on the Roof), and Carlotta (Phantom).

Nan Gurley’s Stars In

Show Verse


Youtube: Movie Trailer:
Facebook: @thehidingplacefilm
Instagram: @thehidingplacefilm
Podcast: Women Who Dare To Believe (Nan’s personal)


God Is In This Story by Katy Nichole & Big Daddy Weave

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