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Zach interviews Laura Hardy, also known as Regular Laura, the radio unicorn host of Louisville’s classic rock station 107.7 The Eagle. Laura talks music, Splitgate, mocktails, and about her work on “High Notes,” a podcast discussing addiction and recovery in the music industry. She also shares her story about finding recovery from alcohol abuse, as well as her passion to help others battling addiction to know that they are not alone.


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And check out the “High Notes” podcast at


[3:55] Choosing to get sober during COVID-19.

[10:09] Mocktails and alternative drinks.

[12:54] When did you notice drinking was unhealthy for you?

[16:54] Redirecting your energy to drink to other activities.

[18:55] Laura’s resources, and realizations, that helped her come out of isolation and into community.

[25:25] The unfortunate realities of addiction: secrets and shame.

[30:45] Laura talks the benefits of her recovery.

[34:37] Laura’s practical tools to stick to her recovery, especially during the holidays.

About the Author

Zachary Crouch - LMFT

Zach is the National Business Development Manager at Landmark Recovery. He graduated with a Masters in Family Therapy from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and has worked with addiction in multiple capacities, including: an IOP therapist and operator of an acute medical detoxification unit in Norton Hospital. His passion springs from being in his own recovery process for 14 years.

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