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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu June 2, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Tesla Rossa

http://www.teslarossa.com 

Perhaps the key to the band’s dynamic is their diversity of taste. “We all have very different listening preferences,” Jason points out. Ryan is a string composer and self-proclaimed pop music fan. Nathan is interested in jazz. Jason has always been steadfast in his love of Rock and Roll. When it all comes together, Tesla Rossa delivers scuzzy rock jams and grand breakup anthems in the same breath, and always with an equal measure of power and finesse.

The Black Mags

http://www.theblackmags.com/

Behold the Brave

http://www.beholdthebrave.com/

Sprung out of the mountains of tennessee, we, behold the
brave, want to share our good spirits with anyone willing to
listen. we find joy in creating music; music that guides you
down an energetic yet relaxing wave of noise; music that
evokes a brave & creative new perspective on life.

CrumbSnatchers

http://www.crumbsnatchersmusic.com/

The first time Guetts, the band's eccentric front man, heard the term "crumb snatcher" was in reform school. A staff member named Chris bobo would occasionally refer to some of delinquents as "CrumbSnatchers." When Guetts asked him what that meant, Bobo said that a CrumbSnatcher is a wild, rambunctious child who refuses to behave. Though it comes off an insult, we found something endearing about the term. A few years later when the band was having success writing, it was time to come up with a name, and we thought that wild and crazy kids perfectly fit the attitude of the music we were writing. 

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri June 3, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$7 General Admission

THE SUMMIT

http://www.gypsycomet.bandcamp.com

The Summit is a super group of musician's dedicated to quality song-writing and touring. 

Put together by former Grooveshire members, Chris Scott and Mike Hennel, The Summit is a rock n’ roll super group exploding with some of the region’s most talented musicians. Fresh off both publishing and licensing deals in Nashville, TN and Scott’s EP collaboration on "Burn it Down" with former Cage the Elephant Guitarist Lincoln Parish, the song writing duo recently came back home to begin writing with Cincinnati’s own award-winning bluesman, Leo Clarke, and road warrior bassist/songwriting extraordinaire, David Hefferon. Magic instantly occurred and the group quickly began writing and polishing a whole new flare of soul inspired blues rock n’ roll tunes reminiscent of modern day song-writing genius, JJ Grey, and the vintage sound of iconic English rock bands such as Led Zeppelin, The Faces and Humble Pie. 

RICHIE OWENS AND THE FARM BUREAU

http://richieowensandthefarmbureau.com/

Richie Owens and the Farm Bureau plays music full of hills and hollers, like their hometown Nashville. Tennessee Rock ’n’ Roll Rhythm and Blues. It’s swampy, and dirty, and chugs along like a Southern locomotive gone rogue. 

THE BORDERLINE SOMETHING

http://www.theborderlinesomething.com

The Borderline Something was started in 2012 as an acoustic-alternative project by then-UK-freshmen Eric Torres and Ben Maile. Since then, it has grown into a full-fledged rock n’ roll band featuring Ryan Snyder on lead guitar, Torres on bass and vocals, and Maile on the drums. All three band members are alumni of Covington Catholic High School in Northern Kentucky, and all three are former members of Rio and the Ramblers, a Cincinnati-based blues rock group out of Cincinnati that lasted from 2013-2014. During their time together as “Ramblers,” Torres, Maile, and Snyder honed their specific musical abilities, explored and learned from the blues genre, and shaped the dynamics that make The Borderline Something what it is today, the best three-piece rock band in Lexington, Kentucky. Currently, The Borderline Something is booked monthly at different locations in Lexington, including Two Keys Tavern, Stagger Inn, and Cosmic Charlie’s.

 

 

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat June 4, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$10
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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed June 8, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$7 General Admission

Noise Pollution

The music of AC/DC performed loud and proud.

Greg Mangus - vocals, Adam Shoenfeld - lead guitar, Jason Mowery - rhythm guitar, Victor Broden - bass, Larry Babb - drums

Redhook Ale Brewery 

Redhook was born out of the energy and spirit of the early 80’s in the heart of Seattle. While the term didn’t exist at the time, Redhook became one of America’s first “craft” breweries. From a modest start in a former transmission shop in the Seattle neighborhood of Ballard, to the current breweries in Woodinville, Wash. and Portsmouth, N.H., Redhook has become one of America’s most recognized craft breweries. While Redhook has “grown up” over the past 30 years, one thing has never changed – it’s still brewing great beers like ESB, Long Hammer IPA, Audible Ale, and seasonal brews. Most importantly, Redhook makes sure it has fun doing it. Redhook's beers are available in both draught and bottles and are distributed nationally through a network of wholesale distributors. 

Remember, Redhook would enjoy himself responsibly. Do the same.

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu June 9, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$7 Advanced / $10 Day of Show

Old Sea Brigade 

There’s an old-ages discolouring to the music of Old Sea Brigade that belies the tender years of its creator, appearing sepia-drenched and sleight of frame as his country-esque ballads quietly breathe life in to otherwise listless January days. The new, self-titled, EP is proof of this; a quiet set of songs performed with heart-worn luster that makes for a five-track journey that instantly feels like, albeit solemn, escapism.

Ben Cramer’s voice is chief protagonist, his warming lyrics feeling the central character at the centre of it all. Imbuing this lone voice is an often gorgeous collection of instrumental waves, from softly plucked guitars to shuffling, underlying throbs of percussion. Opening track ‘Love Brought Weight‘ is perfectly understated, the kind of song that in less-measured hands could leap in to some radio-friendly territory and feel all the worse for it, while the quietly-pounding ‘Georgia’ is wrapped-up with such devotion it can cross borders and oceans and still leave an imprint upon your day.

This faint touch, Cramer’s own sleight-of-hand if you will, is all over the new collection, pulling the songs one way when they seem destined for the opposite. It brings a real sense of adventure to proceedings, of journey and loss and the fight for survival; framed by the touch of a songwriter who so easily and eloquently crafts sentimentality in to something discerning and long-lasting.  

 

Kip Bradley

Kip Bradley has a voice that will make your blood run cold. At times he sings with a mercurial warble, at others with the shriek of a bird of prey, but always with electricity. It's rare to run across such a powerful voice that retains melodiousness at its most intense. The Tennessee- based singer/songwriter uses his instrument to stunning effect via an unique brand of Americana that doesn't eschew the influence of the classic-rock radio that every southern kid grew up with. And there is a childlike wonder that runs through the ten songs of Hunky Diamond, Bradley's debut album. From woodsy, acoustic fingerpicking to primal rock, with starry atmospherics and gorgeous slide guitar in tow, the album evokes images of late-night highway drives under the Milky Way and making it into town just as dawn breaks. Just the kind of place where childhood dreams clash with adult realities.


Jordy Searcy

http://www.jordysearcy.co

Jordy Searcy is 21 year old singer-songwriter from Alabama who was featured on Season 7 of NBC’s The Voice, as a part of the first-ever Team Pharrell. With a focus in songwriting, vocal and guitar abilities, and an engaging live show, Jordy has a sound similar to Ed Sheeran, Jon Foreman (Switchfoot), James Bay, Sleeping at Last, and John Mayer.

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sun June 12, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

We Are The Finale

We Are The Finale is a 5-piece chaos pop band from Nashville, TN.

Backpacks

Four-piece band from Michigan. Austen Reno, Yong Los, Kiegan White & Hayden Carey.

Dingus

4 surfy dudes making beach rock in the midwest

Really Sharp Knives

Ryan Vaniman, Hart Williams, Michael Watson, Ezra Cox

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon June 13, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission
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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue June 14, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$10 Advance / $12 Day of Show

The Toasters

The Toasters, are "Ska Pioneers" (Billboard magazine) and boldly go where no ska band has gone before. Having been compared to the Ramones, due to their longevity and adherence to core principles, the Toasters are held to be one of most influential ska bands out there. Their lean, mean ska machine has galvanized audiences and musicians alike with their embrace of the Jamaica-born pop music style that overwhelmed England in the 1960's, migrated to America in the early 1980s, and went global in the 1990s. The hallmark Toasters sound sits at the nexus of Reggae, Jazz, Punk and Soul and is the musical equivalent of a brass knuckle-duster.

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri June 17, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Nightblonde

We present Nightblonde.

This is the birth of a synth driven ambient rock experiment layered with mesmerizing three part harmonies, dreamy guitar riffs and beautiful electronic sounds to quench your desires.

The Nashville based four piece brings you original songs that paint the vision of a retro futuristic world you can get lost in. With a touch of synthwave, shoegaze and 70's art rock, Nightblonde brings a driving force to be reckoned with.

PANGS

These Tennessee dreampunks have nailed the three-minute model perfectly

Soft Bodies


 

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat June 18, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$10 adv / $12 doors

PUP

What sets PUP apart in this booming scene is their ability to fuse raw punk energy with catchy earworms, big hooks, and scream-along choruses. Their songs are loud and fast, equal parts unchecked energy and calculated arrangements, with hair-pin turns, raging guitar riffs, and an overload of gang vocals.

Rozwell Kid

PKEW PKEW PKEW

PKEW PKEW PKEW are four guys from stupid-small towns in Southern Ontario who have travelled around playing shows in even more stupid-small towns and then some big cities too. Their forthcoming self-titled debut record (due out Spring 2016 via Royal Mountain Records) is a raucous 21 minutes of punky frat boy party anthems that are made for the mosh-pit.

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat June 18, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$15 General Admission

Black Mountain

"We were toying with the idea of calling the album Our Strongest Material To Date" laughs Jeremy Schmidt. The Vancouver outfit's keyboardist can afford to joke about what they describe as "the dog-eared ace of spades of all rock band platitudes." It was during a solo show under his Sinoia Caves alias that he performed a revelatory electronic prototype for Mothers Of The Sun. This quintessentially Black Mountain tour de force kicks off the renamed but still accurately titled IV. "It's actually an older song which we couldn't get quite right before," explains Schmidt. "It has all the elements that we gravitate towards, built into one miniature epic."

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue June 21, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers

Will Wadsworth formed The Eagle Rock Gospel Singers in the winter of 2010 following a failed relationship, a band dissolution and a scary airplane ride. In order to respark his interest in music, he and his roommate, Jeremy Horton, gathered friends together to sing old Gospel songs. They sang songs inspired by their love of Washington Phillips, The Staples Singers, Mahalia Jackson, Sister Rosetta Tharpe – you know, the real classics – and held house parties just so they could perform. 

 

Leah Blevins

Leah Blevins is a singer/songwriter residing in Nashville, TN, she has found her niche in the Country genre. Her bluesy style is expressed and felt through song and she relentlessly captivates music listeners with her haunting voice and touching lyrics.

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed June 22, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Oginalii

Oginalii, (meaning "my friend" inCherokee) was conceived between two friends in Nashville, Tenn. As a fruitionof successful songwriting endeavors. Oginalii is now a full, ever-changing bandof collaborative and unique musical talents and styles, playing together tocreate what others call a native, classic-rock sound. The band’s foundingmembers, Emma Hoeflinger and Karalyne Winegarner met when they shared a hall atBelmont University 4 years ago, but things really got interesting when the latestmember, Sam Hunt, joined the crew last year. 

Through their diverse array of influences and song styles, the band has begunto compose something much more than just music; rather, a culture of freshsounds and songwriting that really represents and reflects the new Nashville:rock. Their sound is anchored by the lead vocals of Emma Hoeflinger, whoserange and tone is beyond most comparison. With Robert Plant’s symbol tattooed on her arm, and the power of Aretha in her lungs, Emma Hoeflinger is not just another Nashville girl with a guitar. Karalyne Winegarner, the drummer, also providesa texture of enchanting harmonies that play ode to the Americana side of theirwriting. Sam Hunt, a jack-of-all-trades and master of most, is not just thelead guitar player, but also the studio bass man and all around sound master.Bringing his influence from bands like Queens of the Stone Age and Tame Impalato the stage, the Oginalii sound has become more evolved than ever.

Time Cat

 

time cat is a kitten's whisper or a lion's roar

Katie Pruitt

Katie Pruitt is an up and coming singer/songwriter to the Nashville scene. Influenced heavily by Joni Mitchell, Amy Winehouse, Bonnie Raitt and Janis Joplin, her music is a combination of old school blues and pop rock. Her emphasis on lyrics will take listeners along as she conveys truth and emotional honesty through her writing. Katie is also front woman for Nashville's new blues indie group Underground Sound Society whose EP will be released early October. 

Bre Kennedy

Bre Kennedy is a young, soulful artist originally from Salt Lake City Utah who has been keeping very busy these days. Besides traveling back and forth from Los Angeles to Nashville as a songwriter, she is constantly playing out live and recording new music.
This fiery young artist has been making waves in Los Angeles for the past 6 years where she has performed with some great artists including Pete Townshend of the famed band The Who.
In the coming weeks Bre will be relocating to Nashville full time so she can focus on working with the many talented writers and producers in Music City.
” I am just so excited to be moving to a town full of so much new energy while holding on to its heritage and traditions ” says Bre as she’s called by closefriends.She signed with Curvature / Kobalt music in 2013 and will now be able to work closely with the folks at Kobalt South..

 

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri June 24, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$12 Advance / $15 Day of Show

SIMO

SIMO is an American rock band formed in 2010. The group is notable for having virtuoso guitarist JD Simo as the centerpiece and namesake. A blues-based band that also incorporates extended improvisation into its live sets, they have released two albums, their most recent on January 29, 2016.

Suzy Jones

 

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat June 25, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$17 Advance / $19 Day of Show

Wye Oak

Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack of Wye Oak have spent most of their lives in Baltimore, Maryland. But after two years of constant touring with Civilian, their highly lauded 2011 album, they landed on opposite sides of the country with an unforeseeable future ahead. Despite this newfound uncertainty, the two bandmates embraced their physical distance, passing ideas back and forth, allowing new work to evolve in their respective solitudes. Shriek is Wye Oak's fourth full-length and the culmination of their intent to express the emotional and intuitive self by acting out animalistic exclamations through cathartic release. It is their most personal and confident declaration yet.

TEEN

Teeny Lieberson: Guitar, Keys, Vocals
Lizzie Lieberson: Keys, Vocals
Katherine Lieberson: Drums, Vocals
Boshra AlSaadi: Bass, Vocals

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue June 28, 2016 7:00 pm CDT (6:00 pm DOORS)
$10 Advance / $12 Day Of Show
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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed June 29, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 Advance / $12 Day Of Show

BRONCHO

http://bronchoband.com

It makes sense then, that BRONCHO, born out of out a film project, its initial incarnation sparked when founder Ryan Lindsey was asked to create music, “to set to an early 80s punk film.” “That’s all I knew about it,” he remembers, “they were looking for songs that touched this era. And songs kept coming to me and turned something on inside of me artistically.” Lindsey found himself in the midst of prolific run of songs and he liked the idea “of starting out there and seeing where it could go.” 

From that first inception as a soundtrack in 2010, BRONCHO has taken on a life of its' own – initial inspiration still there, but now pushing far beyond the stiff confines of score. And what began as an ode to ramshackle, high-energy early punk has become something deeper, weirder, and much more nuanced.  The undercurrent of early 1980 punk is still there, but The Ramones pogo has been replaced more often by a kind of Love and Rockets inspired, honeyed, cotton-mouthed drift.

*repeat repeat

http://repeatrepeatmusic.com

Making whimsical surf­tinged pop may seem like a daunting task when you live states away from the nearest beach, but guitarist and vocalist Jared Corder was determined to make the music reminiscent of his California birthplace. The band was intended to be a 3 piece: Jared on guitar and vocals, Andy Herrin on drums, with female harmony vocals reminiscent of the harmony driven landscape of 1960s west coast beach pop. While working on new sounds, it was suggested by producer, Gregory Lattimer [Albert Hammond Jr, Kink Ador, The Gills, The Grayces] that Corder's wife, Kristyn, sing in the band. with California roots and a natural inclination toward 60s pop, she soon became the missing member.

Winter

https://daydreamingwinter.bandcamp.com

Winter is a breezy dose of sultry shoegaze and drippy dream pop whose sound was conceived in Boston. Beginning as a collaborative effort between Samira Winter and Nolan Eley, their first recordings culminated into the 2012 EP entitled Daydreaming. Following the release, Samira's relocation to Los Angeles brought on the recruit of additional members Matt Hogan (guitar), David Yorr (bass), and Garren Orr (drums) to create a band that would manifest her ultimate dreams.

The quartet released their first full-length album, Supreme Blue Dream, via Lolipop Records in 2015. The aptly titled album floats on with a youthful sense of nostalgia and romanticized segues into adulthood. The album was followed by the dreamy single "All the Things You Do" via Burger Records in the October 2015. Touching on not one, but two languages (English and Portuguese), this bi-lingual group of dreamers do their part to lay us down softly while keeping listeners eager for each tune. Winter aspires to connect others with their inner child by making blissful, beautiful and ethereal pop music.         

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu June 30, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$8 Advance / $10 Day of Show

Brandy Zdan

http://www.brandyzdan.com

If you wanna be a stickler about such things, go ahead and take Brandy Zdan to task for having the cheek to call her self-titled new album a “debut.” As a general rule, if not always by strict definition, that handle is usually reserved for the first entry in an artist’s catalog, and Brandy Zdan just happens to be its namesake’s eighth release in a recording career that just passed its 10-year anniversary. Granted, four of those previous albums were officially duo projects, and the three she released under her own name — 2007’s Your Words & the Weather, 2013’s Lone Hunter, and 2014’s Instrumentals 1: Heart Theft — were really only EPs, so one can allow Zdan a little leeway in calling her latest release her “full-length solo debut.” But there’s no mistaking this seasoned singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist for any kind of rookie.

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 1, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 1, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 2, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 Advance / $7 Day of Show

Heyrocco

Modern Vices

Self-proclaimed dirty doo-wop, Modern Vices are Alex, Peter, Thomas, Patrick, and Miles. They hail from Chicago. Noir in tone, their sound resides somewhere between late '50s croon and wet garage rock snarl. Their self-recorded, eponymous, LP drops in October via Los Angeles' Autumn Tone Records. A romantic revolution.

Dogs of Oz

 

 

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue July 5, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Sunracer

Sunracer was formed in early 2013 by a group of guys who had started their music journey together in their years at high school. Created in the heart of Music City USA, the band made an Indie/Alt/Electronic sound that is catching attention from all genre lovers. "Carried by angelic vocals, spacious lead riffs with feel good drum and bass. They create a tight knit sound that is impossible to overlook and can be felt to the bone." says 360Magazine of Los Angeles, CA.

https://www.facebook.com/sunracermusic/?fref=ts

Dragoo and the Moonlighters

https://www.facebook.com/dragooandthemoonlighters/timeline

Year of October

Year of October is a Rock band based in Nashville, TN. Founded in 2010 while members Phlecia and Josh were attending the University of Kentucky. Year of October started out as an acoustic singer/songwriter group, but soon made the transition to a full band which completed their truly unique sound. 

https://www.facebook.com/yearofoctober/

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 7, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Fuente

http://fuentemusic.com/

Nashville, TN based band. Melodically sophisticated vintage synth textures and hip-hop inspired beats.

Fox Grin

http://foxgrin.bandcamp.com/

Fox Grin is an Art Rock band from Atlanta, GA. Characterized by innovative song formulas, classical yet contemporaryarrangements, strong rock grooves and melodies, Fox Grin creates painting-like soundscapes while maintaining a pop song sensibility.

Walking Man

http://www.walkingmanmusic.com/

Walking Man is an indie rock duo rooted in psychedelic folk and experimental pop. Ever-embracing of the avant-garde, Walking Man have a free-spirited and inventive approach to musical compositions and instrumentation, one that allows them to explore a sonic universe rich with theatrics and mystical storytelling. Heavily-influenced by the various regional and folk traditions of the Appalachian, the Mississippi Delta, and those of West Africa, as well as 60s pop and psychedelia, Walking Man is a band that knows no boundaries. Their creative influences span traditions across centuries and decades, a playground affording them much room for inspiration and reinvention.

Apollo LTD

http://weareapolloltd.com/

Birthed out of ambition to create a sonic environment that is new and fresh in the alternative pop/rock world, Apollo LTD has quickly garnered attention as a creative innovator and live act in the rising alternative scene in Nashville. Apollo LTD is the amalgamation of established long time creative partners and collaborators Jordan Phillips and Adam Stark. Having spent the past 8 years of their lives writing, producing, and touring in various bands and projects, Jordan and Adam have uncovered new creative earth within the Apollo LTD moniker.
 

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 7, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 Advanced / $7 Day of Show

DEDSA

http://dedsa.squarespace.com

DEDSA formed in 2011 in Nashville, TN, driven to explore modern electronic music in a more visceral rock n' roll format. On their debut album Thrash Plastik, Cretaceous guitar sounds mix with squelching, hard-edged synthesizers over meteoric bass and massive electronic drums. Via propulsive, tonal rhythms, barbaric riffs and kaleidoscopic melodies, DEDSA howls through a distorted reflection of the modern world and its collision of the virtual with the real.

Sad Baxter

http://www.sadbaxter.com

Deezy and Alex are Sad Baxter. They live in Nashville. They met when Deezy left a note on Alex's door because she had no friends. Deezy still has no friends.

Milk People

http://www.milkppl.com

Milk People is the brainchild of Nigel Wilson, Garrett Baber, and Emma Holden. Inspired by St. Vincent, The Talking Heads, and David Bowie, the sound they create is uniquely refreshing. Once the three met, they began writing immediately, and the songs didn't stop coming. Soon, they had enough songs to venture into Nashville's dense live music scene.

KROVI

https://www.facebook.com/thisisKROVI/

RRTIST ∞ PRODUCRR ∞ PRRFORMER

 

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 8, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
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Van Soest

http://vansoestmusic.com/

VAN SOEST is an American Indie rock band formed in 2014 by vocalist Michael Van Soest in Nashville, Tennessee. Inspired as a teenager by introspective vocalists like Jeff Buckley, Tom Yorke (RadioHead), and Chris Martin (Coldplay), the band centers around moody and melodic vocals, anthemic guitar and piano riffs, and melancholic yet seemingly optimistic lyrics.

Manrelic

http://www.manrelic.com/

The Queen and King

http://www.thequeenandking.com

 

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Fri July 8, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 9, 2016 5:00 pm CDT (4:00 pm DOORS)
$15 General Admission

a facial hair competition

13 different categories | Registration 4:00 - 6:00 pm CST | Competition starts at 6:15 pm CST

Proceeds benefit Tennessee Wildlife Foundation

mpsnashville.com

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 9, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:30 pm DOORS)
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Zach Ummer

Vermont-born singer/songwriter Zach Ummer offers a fresh and unique blend of rock, pop, and folk with influences that include Ryan Adams, Dave Matthews, John Mayer, and Counting Crows. Ummer's lyrics are catchy and relatable to a vast group of audiences. 

Harrison Whitford 

Harrison writes songs and resides in Nashville, Tennessee. One can find a plethora of his hazed musings on Soundcloud and Bandcamp. He doesn't know how to write his own bio.

Jordan Hull

Jordan Hull is an indie singer-songwriter originally from Dayton, OH – home to Guided By Voices, Kim and Kelley Deal, Dave Chappelle, The Ohio Players, Tommy James and the Shondells, to name a few. An unassuming pool of talent and DIY ingenuity. After guerilla recording his first album in a series of apartments and office buildings in Dayton in 2008 on quarter-inch tape reels with Engineer Patrick Himes, Pat convinced the then 19 year-old songwriter to move to Nashville.

 

 

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon July 11, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
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featuring performances by:

Bradley Warren Jr.
Taylor Berryhill
Father Cairo
Hen
Whitney Gradwohl
Dead Martinis
Frankie Gene
Frank Hurd
 

hosted by Green Productions

presented by BMI, Yuengling & Blackstone Brewery

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / FREE!
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue July 12, 2016 7:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$25 Advance / $35 Day of Show

Sponsored by: Cinco De Mayo- Mexican Restaurant

Gondwana

GONDWANA, es sin dudas una de las bandas más fuertes del reggae latinoamericano. Formado en Chile en 1987, elgrupo mantiene una trayectoria muy destacada, con ventas multiplatino y presentaciones de los mejores festivales de toda Latinoamérica (Reggae On the River en California, Rock al Parque en Bogotá, Vive Latino en México, Pepsi Music en Buenos Aires, Cosquín Rock en Córdoba, Quito Fest en Ecuador y varias apariciones en el Festival de Viña del Mar son testigos de su impacto masivo).

Los Pericos

Los Pericos is an Argentine band formed in 1987. The band has enjoyed international success, especially throughout South America. In 2006, the band received some notable exposure for North American audiences when featured on an episode of Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations. The band was also featured in the 2000 documentary, Botín de guerra (Spoils of war).

Aprendiz

Alternative Spanish Rock band based in Nashville TN.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue July 12, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 Advance /$12 Door

The Savants of Soul

http://www.savantsofsoul.com

Over the past two years, a phenomenon has taken Gainesville's live music scene by storm. That phenomenon is the 10-piece soul band The Savants of Soul. Blending the sounds of 1960s and 1970s soul with influences as far-ranging as indie rock, ska, punk and jazz, this veritable soul orchestra is sure to keep you moving and grooving to their big, horn-driven sound.

 

Cumberland Blue

https://www.reverbnation.com/cumberlandblue

Their combined ages barely exceeds the age of one member of the Rolling Stones, yet when Cumberland Blue performs suddenly age, musical labels and everything else dissolves into a formidable wall of sound unlike anything else in contemporary music. Their unique blues/rock vibe is captured on the band’s debut EP Awakening.
The six-piece band calls Nashville home, but like Jack White, King of Leon and Sheryl Crow, Cumberland Blue is expanding the perception of Music City. “We are literally rooted in the blues, but our sound has come far from there,” says lead vocalist Chloe Kohanski. “It’s taking the blues, but definitely putting a more modern twist on it with an emphasis on rock and a little bit more of a gritty sound. We started with blues and we’re changing and evolving.”

 

Sam Polatsek

 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed July 13, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$13 Advance / $15 Day Of Show

Yoni & Geti

When we last left David Cohn (Serengeti) and Yoni Wolf, it was 2011—the year of the Rabbit, the year of Occupy Wall Street, and their first collaborative album, Serengeti’s Family & Friends. Somewhere amidst Charlie Sheen’s meltdown and Oprah’s last episode, the duo dropped one of the most simultaneously bleak and hilarious song cycles ever conceived, replete with tales of bigamy, reinventions of self, addiction, and disgraced UFC fighters. Woe leavened by whimsy. 

A half-decade later, Serengeti and Wolf (principal songsmith of the band WHY?), have returned with Testarossa. Due in May 2016 on Joyful Noise Recordings, it soundtracks a script the pair penned while on tour together. Every song conceptualizes the saga of star-crossed lovers, Maddy and Davy. 

After Davy got Maddy pregnant, he proposed. The ceremony was a lovely, traditional affair. Shortly thereafter, Davy’s band took off and he rode the wave of garage rock revival. But alas, soon their music went out of vogue, and the tastemakers left them for dead. No blog would touch them with a ten-word post, but Davy never gave up. Music was the only life he knew, the only way he could pay the bills and process the pain. 

So he took any gig he could get, canvassing the road, hoping to ignite his career at sparsely attended shows from Hoboken to Hamburg, Germany. Times were tough. Davy barely had any income to send home to Maddy and their now two children. With her husband on the road, she was forced to take a job as a cocktail waitress. Slightly debased, and getting hit on all the time, she eventually took solace in the arms of Davy’s old high school best friend/ex-bandmate. 

Testarossa captures this disarray and emotional turbulence, cold Decembers and dark memories. On opening song, “Umar Rashid,” Serengeti (as Davy) tells the listeners that he’s as troubled as can be. “Allegheny” finds him fretting over melancholic pianos, nostalgically assuaging his own guilt, mentioning the model Testarossa he brought home for his children. Yoni croons, “I told you once, I told you twice, sweetie pie, I’m cold as ice… I have to catch this flight.” 

The sentiment distills the slow decay of the album. It’s a high-concept examination of lives crumbling. The despair of a lovable underdog who chased his dreams so relentlessly that he lost those he loved the most. He misses his kids, but still lives a debauched life away. 

As always, there’s the undercurrent of sadness and regrets, sin and repentance, the juxtaposition of bleak reality, the surreal, and dark humor. It’s a dirty, weird and brilliant album that becomes more stark and visceral with every listen. This is love and willful destruction sharing a beer and a shot—the soundtrack to wrong decisions and crooked twists of fate. Yoni & Geti. Testarossa.

 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 14, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$8 General Admission

 

Matt Hires

Kyle Cox

Now firmly pledged to the historic fraternity of Nashville songwriters, Kyle Cox has the tools at his disposal to build a solid bridge that leads to a long career. And it all begins and ends with just one thing: the song. When asked to describe the feeling he gets when he finishes writing a song and he can say to himself, “That’s it! I got it!,” Cox doesn’t hesitate for a second to respond, “Oh dude, that’s the best feeling in the world. I love it, man!”

Kirby Brown

Returning back to Dallas after another extensive tour, Kirby decided it was time for a change and moved to New York. A songsmith at his core, Kirby is constantly writing. He has a long relationship with the roots tradition and counts John Prine, The Rolling Stones, Joni Mitchell, and Warren Zevon as influences, as well as writers and poets such as Theodore Roethke, Flannery O'Connor, John Steinbeck, and JD Salinger. He recently recorded an album at the legendary FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The theme of this new record is a continuation of what his writing has always striven for—growing up and adjusting to the tides of change, searching for light in dark places, regret, hope, love, and redemption in the mundane repetition of everyday life.

Carl Anderson

"His adept folksy songwriting and never-fail sense of humor took him from a local festival staple to a full-time Tennessee troubadour. His earnest lyrics, sincere, rich baritone vocals and simple acoustic guitar stylings find him trailing a long wake of critical praise."

 

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 14, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$13 Advance / $15 Day of Show
1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 15, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 Advance / $12 Day of Show

DYNAMO

http://dynamo-music.com

Dynamo is Nashville-based, nationally touring band whose music fuses jazz, rock, and funk with elements of soul and R&B. The culmination is a sound that’s both spontaneous and composed—and an energy that’s undeniably infectious. 

MUDDY MAGNOLIAS

http://www.muddymagnolias.com

"a sound that melds city grit and Delta dirt, exploding onstage not like two lead singers but more like parts of the same whole...performed as if Mick Jagger and Keith Richards inhabited the Indigo Girls"...Rolling Stone

JESS NOLAN

http://www.jessnolanmusic.com

Jess Nolan, a 23-year-old New Jersey native labeled as an old soul, has been compared to strong female songwriters like Joni Mitchell and Carole King.

RJ BRACCHITTA

 

http://www.rjbracchittamusic.com

I love to listen, create and simply be involved in any musical experience. It is the one constant fulfillment in my life and I cannot imagine where I would be without it. Those who make music are thrown into all sorts of different categories, but we can agree on the same feeling that keeps us coming back for more. It’s a funny thing to describe because it’s intricate and simple. Like anything else, love would have to fit somewhere in the working definition, but it’s beyond even that - it’s love and hate. It’s full of emotion, yet emotionless. Like I said, it’s a tough one to describe. Sometimes music and the baggage that it carries are better off embraced than explained. The point is, I’m going to put every ounce of my being into music because I know that it will give back. It will run through me and eventually make its way out to you.

 

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 15, 2016 8:15 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$18 Advance / $20 Day of Show Sold Out

Turnpike Troubadours

If Turnpike Troubadours are playing in your town, you’ll know it. A block or two from the venue, you’ll  see the crowds lining up. Get closer and you’ll start to hear the music -- rockin’ hard, lashed by  burnin’ fiddle and guitar, maybe a little rough on the edges but with a deep-rooted soul that's  impossible to resist.

And if you make it through the door, you’ll witness one of the best shows you'll ever see.

Audiences in their home state of Oklahoma and down in Texas have known this for years. It's no longer news when they draw 5,000-plus at Billy Bob's in Fort Worth, sell out three nights in a row at Gruene Hall or turn several hundred away at the Legendary Stubb's Bar-B-Q in Austin.

Word has spread, though: Their shows in Chicago, St. Louis and elsewhere have pulled in more than 1,000 fans. And they’ve drawn full houses at Joe’s Pub in New York and The Troubadour in L.A., among many other nightspots from coast to coast.

Heathen Sons

A rock n roll band from Nashville, influenced by Tom Petty, Ryan Adams, Kings of Leon, Etc. Heathen Sons is simply an "American" rock n roll band.

Standing Room Only / Phone Purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 15, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5.00
1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 16, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Valentine Saloon

The Tip

A need to play, live and love Rock and Roll to its fullest potetial brought The Tip together in the spring of 2014. Formed as a supergroup from Nashville's finest rock and roll bands rolled into one, The Tip plays faster, harder, louder and tighter than anyone that has crossed their path. The band doesn't even need to play a note before people start turning heads to see what these four cast of characters have to offer. Late nights, hot licks and boundless energy are exactly The Tip are made of. Rock and Roll dreams never get this good.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 16, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$7 Advance / $10 Day of Show

Boom Forest

http://boomforest.com

Boom Forest is the spiritual incarnation of John Paul Roney, a Nashville-based songwriter and an evangelist for a contemporary folk tradition forwarding humanism in the face of our looming techno-apocalypse. Begin with the acoustic introspection of Bob Dylan, add artful electronic production cues a la Kid A, and layer in multi-part harmonies that would be at home in a Southern Baptist choir, and you’re on your way into the sound Boom Forest makes from the automated woods of Tomorrow. 

A son of Wisconsin, John Paul’s musical education began in his smalltown church, where he taught himself to harmonize to hymns so he could sing alongside his family. He never learned to read music, but whatever he did, it worked—he was soon traveling across Europe, the Americas, and Asia as the soloist for an internationally regarded boy choir. As he began writing his own songs, he quickly realized music could be a portal to people’s innermost sanctums, and that the right song could be a powerful vehicle for truth and beauty. John Paul’s whole artistic project centers on building authentic human connections: his live show features a rotating support cast of mutual best friends (most notably including members of Phox and Foreign Fields); a hush comes over the entire barroom whenever John Paul begins the subtle a cappella vocals of “No Lion”; and if he politely asks the audience to forget their smartphones for a minute, they do so happily, because the Boom Forest stage show is an experience so visceral and immediate that you’d hate lose a moment of it to mediated reality. 

Such folk earnestness is central to John Paul’s approach to art. For years, he toured the country without recorded music, simply to practice the folk tradition of the wandering bard. He spent the entirely of 2010 allowing himself access only to the objects and technologies people had access to in the 60s, a sort of techno-cleanse for the purposes of artistic and spiritual development. The resulting music was heartfelt and observant, a meditation on what it means to be human in an increasingly automated world. Boom Forest’s forthcoming album “Post Knight Errant” is a new chapter in a world in which there is and eternal struggle between humans and machines: in the post-apocalyptic White City, techno-golems have imprisoned humans in a symbiotic stasis to feed on their life force. The Boom Forest canon serves as an evolving battle hymn to help humanity reawaken - the message: better to live and die a human than to sleepwalk through eternal digital slavery.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon July 18, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

featuring performances by:

Black Venus

The Modern Royals

Bradley Warren Jr. 

Pet Foxes

Sunracer

Templar

Bella Moon

 

hosted by Fat Catz City and Mercy Lounge

presented by BMI, Yuengling & Blackstone Brewery

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / FREE!
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon July 18, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$12 Advance / $15 Day Of Show

Esme Patterson 

http://esmepatterson.com

Sometimes you have to turn off your brain and let your body sing. That’s what Esme Patterson did on her third full-length, We Were Wild, set for release on Grand Jury Music on June 10th, 2016. “At its core, rock ‘n’ roll is where madness and order collide. Where our sexual, raw, animal nature meets our heart and mind. On this album I explored deeper, more far out sonic spaces. I hunted the vibe through vast wilderness,” says the Portland-based songwriter.

Winstons

http://www.winstonsband.com

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue July 19, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$20 General Admission

The Wombats

Los Angeles: a city of contrasts. On one hand, a metropolis of aspirations, a place which offers the transient a tantalising glimpse of glamour and permanence. On the other, many dreams drift away, deserted within an urban personification of unfulfilled ambitions. It might not seem like the most obvious place around which to theme an album for a band rooted in Liverpool (albeit via Norway in the case of bassist Tord Øverland Knudsen, or onto London for frontman Matthew 'Murph' Murphy), but that's precisely what The Wombats have done with their third set "Glitterbug," a collection which follows their top five hit "This Modern Glitch." 

Coast Modern

Standing Room Only / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue July 19, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

Secret Club

https://www.facebook.com/secretclubband/

We play rock and roll and get real sweaty. We wear denim jackets in the summer because we saw Ryan Adams do it once.

Chris Wild

http://christopherwild.bandcamp.com

christopher wild is a phantom.

The Euclids

https://www.facebook.com/TheEuclids/

The Euclids are an American musical group currently based in Nashville, Tennessee. The group’s musical style is based in blues and classic rock & roll.

Tennessee Muscle Candy 

http://www.tennesseemusclecandy.com

Led by Alexis Saski, Tennessee Muscle Candy is the newest addition to Nashville's rock and roll scene. The band's first single "Walk That Walk", produced and co-written by Reno Bo and out on Electric Western Records, is a catchy three-minute jolt of psychedelic garage pop. With a theremin solo! Saski's powerful, soulful, and feminine vocal leads the charge and cuts through the guitars, organs and drums with defiant power.

 

 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed July 20, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE

STELLE AMOR

http://www.stelleamor.com

Come get lost in my blue dream haze and good melodies- Don't worry about what you've done or who you think you should be- Just live in the moment, be one with the music and free- We are all stained and insane. Lets embrace our pain and flaws- for they make us who we are- beautiful in every way.

MAGIC CITY HIPPIES

http://magiccityhippies.com

Miami based Indie Funk band, dusted with a taste of Hip Hop, and baked in an oven of Soul.

WHOA DAKOTA

http://whoadakota.com

MOTE

http://www.motenashville.com

Mote is the vomit of the beautiful divine muse. A blend of many American and world styles under the guise of pop music, Mote is a fresh musical filter for the modern era. The combination of provocative, conscious, literary creative lyrics, and compelling sounds will keep listeners on their toes as well as having a lot of fun. The intelligent cosmic superfunk collides with wild punk rock energy live in concert making Mote music that hits hard on all levels. Mote’s most recent release, Thrive EP is making waves in the Nashville underground scene and beyond.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 22, 2016 8:30 pm CDT (7:30 pm DOORS)
$3 General Admission

Lasso Spells

https://twitter.com/lassospells

https://www.facebook.com/lassospells/

Lawndry

https://twitter.com/lawndry_band

https://www.facebook.com/Sudonistas/

The Minks

https://www.facebook.com/theminksss/

Crease Reader

https://www.facebook.com/creasereader/

https://twitter.com/creasereader

Okey Dokey

https://www.facebook.com/okeydokeyband/

The JAG

https://www.facebook.com/jagmississippi/

https://twitter.com/thejagjagjag

Black Venus

https://www.facebook.com/RunVenusRun/

https://twitter.com/creasereader

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 22, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Boomlights

http://www.boomlightsband.com

By accident or on purpose you have reached the official band site for Boomlights. We would like to applaud you if the reason being was the latter of the two, but what do we say on here? Ah, yes – we are a four piece band hailing from Nashville, TN that is in the process of recording a full length EP. Earlier in 2015 we released our home recorded EP entitled “Aren't You Curious?” as a band who was finding their voice, experimenting with different genres with the sole intent of writing intricately structured songs containing catchy melodies woven in and out.

It was after we had recorded the track “Take It Or Leave Me Alone” from the first EP that we felt like we had found a sound feeling like home. It was brotherly to the very first track we'd written together called “Behave Like Animals” and so we took it upon ourselves to revisit this song and record it but only if it was live.

This part of the journey lead us to Tate Mercer and studio FortyOne Fifteen in East Nashville where we took two days to record the track. The gorgeous house lent us the opportunity to track most parts of the song live, allowing us to vibe and jam all in the same room as we tried our best to capture the high energy and seemingly uncharted tempo breaks around every corner of the tune. With the help of Tate Mercer and Benjamin Dunn the song was fully realized and more sonically expansive than we could have even imagined.

Nick Swan Band

https://nickswan.bandcamp.com/

Maddie Medley

https://maddiemedley.bandcamp.com/

Casey Jo & The Friday Night Dads

https://www.reverbnation.com/caseyjostohrer

Nashville-based Casey Jo & the Friday Night Dads offer a fresh take on the worn-out Americana format. In the spirit of a wry, deadpan Tom Petty or Bruce Springsteen, Casey Jo’s voice tells cosmic slice-of-life stories that get straight to the point, while the Friday Night Dads lay down rootsy garage-pop grooves. Crafting back-to-basics songs that touch upon the often strange, dark side of a new working-class life in the 21st century, Casey Jo & the Friday Night Dads are a brutally honest, no-frills alternative to alternative country.

 

 

 

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 23, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

STAGOLEE

http://www.stagoleemusic.com/

Stagolee began as a blues duo out of Starkville, Mississippi, and now as a 5 piece they bring a heart-felt, aggressive Rock N' Roll sound to the table. They stay busy playing the East Side of the States and booking Festivals and Clubs regionally. Stagolee has three records out "Stagolee & The Fancy Face", "Take What You Want", and their most recent "The Latest Craze.

THE BURPS

http://theburps.bandcamp.com/releases

EVENT HORIZON

http://eventhorizonofficial.com/

FRANCES AND THE FOUNDATION

Frances and the Foundation began in 2010 when two friends wrote a song in their living room. Through the years, the band has experienced several member changes, but never lost touch with their 90’s alternative rock sound coupled with pop sensibilities. 

http://francesandthefoundation.com

THE FUTURE

This indie pop quartet of brothers and friends calls Nashville, Tennessee, home – having come together from disparate parts of the country to form a band that creates highly danceable jams that resemble Franz Ferdinand and Spoon’s electro-tinged love child.

http://www.thefuturewebsite.com 

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 23, 2016 9:30 pm CDT (8:30 pm DOORS)
$15 Early Bird GA / $20 GA

My So-Called Band: The Ultimate 90’s Experience!

My So-Called Band is your favorite flannel shirt + ripped denim + Doc Martens ensemble that somehow survived high school & your ex's repeated attempts at thievery. It never got dumped at Goodwill & still fits better than anything you’ve worn since. Or maybe tube tops and jelly flops were more your thing…

My So-Called Band parties begin with a favorite 90’s pastime: watching a little TV with a few (hundred, maybe thousand) F•R•I•E•N•D•S. A 10-minute video collage of pre-millenium pop culture (TV, movies, commercials, etc.) reminds you of a time when you knew all of the words to “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” because, trust us, you still do. For the next two-and-a-half hours, This Is How We Do It:

Hip-hop boldly reinvented itself - nothing will ever top Biggie, Tupac or the magical combo of Dr. Dre & Snoop Dog. En Vogue, R. Kelly & Aaliyah took mainstream R&B far beyond anything we’d heard before. From Ace of Base to Britney and Mariah, the 90’s wrote the pop perfection blueprint that is still being used today. These were the years of alternative rock radio’s time in the sun - Green Day,  The Cranberries, Third Eye Blind, while Nirvana, Nine Inch Nails & Red Hot Chili Peppers raged against the machine

Can you tell we love this music? We do. We’re not a “cover band.” An all-star roster of Nashville-based studio & touring professionals, we’re dedicated to performing these songs exactly the way they sound on your mix CDs. You should think of My So-Called Band as “The Dream Team.”

Our Starting Five play/have played for such acts as Ben Folds, The Pink Spiders, Tristen, The Privates, Lifeboy, De Novo Dahl, Feeble Weiner, Hotpipes & many, many others, as well as working with producers Ric Ocasek, Jerry Harrison, Roger Moutenot, Dave Fridmann, Matt Mahaffey, etc.

Rotating in and out of the game, previous and current special guest performers have worked with Wanda Jackson, Deer Tick, The Nobility, Johnny Corndawg (Johnny Fritz), Caitlin Rose, Wild Cub, etc.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon July 25, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

featuring performances by:

Cory Taylor Cox
Us and the Ship
Easy Roscoe
Wilderness Alive
Trapped on Earth
VoltageHawk
Golden Spikes
Wicked John and the Devil

hosted by Sons of Old Town Collective

presented by BMI, Yuengling & Blackstone Brewery

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / FREE!
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue July 26, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$7 General Admission

Staying for the Weekend

http://stayingfortheweekend.bandzoogle.com/

Raw energy. A lust for life. Gripping Narratives. With this unique combination as the prominent force driving Nashville indie-garage rockers Staying for the Weekend, it's not hard to fall in love. Their marriage of youthful energy mixed with thought provoking lyricsm establishes a unique landscape in today’s alternative rock scene.

Forest Fire Gospel Choir

https://soundcloud.com/forest-fire-gospel-choir

A Nashville based roots rock band originally formed during a recording project in rural Arkansas. Forged out of analog vibes and good times, FF//GC has a sound somewhere in between Dr. Dog, Joe Cocker, and Kings of Leon. With a combination of soul music, blues, garage rock, and bourbon, Forest Fire Gospel Choir is here to make love to your ears holes.

Rock Eupora

http://www.rockeupora.com

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed July 27, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Truett

http://www.truettofficial.com/

People often talk about musicians needing to “pay their dues” before they deserve success. Truett has paid his many times over; enough to treat himself and ten friends to an all expenses paid trip straight to the top. Sweating it out night after night in blues bars around the South, screaming into the bright lights and cigarette smoke like the ghost of Howlin’ Wolf, soloing until his hands bled hour after hour, roadhouse after roadhouse, mile after mile. Is Truett a soul singer? He was raised on Bill Withers and Stevie Wonder and can croon a Sam Cooke song or shout his lungs out a la Jackie Wilson. Is Truett a guitar virtuoso? Hearing him play is like having Albert Collins throw his drink in your face and kick his muddy boot up on your table to solo at the height of his powers. Is what Truett does easy to define? Absolutely not. He’ll take you from the Mississippi Delta to Prince’s Minneapolis, Chicago blues to Bowery Punk, down through Outkast’s Atlanta and out the other side of the psychedelic rabbit hole. That explosive mix makes for a singular experience.

Summer Salt

http://www.summersaltband.com/

Summer Salt is a rock’n’roll three-o of best pals. With influences of bossa nova and oldies, we create the perfect soundtrack for chillaxin’ by the pool. Matt has the voice of an angel, Eugene has that in-the-pocket drummin', and Phil’s bass is funny. 

American Roommates

http://www.roommatesmusic.com/

American Roommates, indie rock and roll band from Nashville, TN. Made up of roommates which play sounds with warbly guitar tones and growling vocals. Our EP "Tomahawk" is available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Spotify and Pandora.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 28, 2016 7:30 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Forever Abbey Road

http://www.foreverabbeyroad.com

Forever Abbey Road is a group of five professional musicians in Nashville who perform the music of the Beatles with sincere gratitude, heart and accuracy.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 28, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

 

Lawrence

https://www.facebook.com/lawrencetheband/

After years of consuming Stevie Wonder, Janis Joplin, and Eggo waffles, Lawrence delivers Breakfast, their twelve-song debut LP.  Led by siblings Clyde Lawrence, 22, and Gracie Lawrence, 18, the New York-based soul-pop group blends old-school and new-school vibes to create a set of songs that sound as good on the record as they do at their high-energy live shows. 
 

Daphne Wilis

http://daphnewillis.com

With Chicago roots and Texas ties, Daphne Willis brings both musicality and grit to the songs she writes and plays. Born in San Antonio to a classically trained vocalist and audio engineer, Daphne began singing at an early age and found her way to the guitar in high school. Since then, she’s developed the confidence, melodic mastery and vocal range that have won her admirers from here to Beijing.  

Daphne didn’t plan a career in music. But as a student at DePaul University in Chicago, she found herself performing at open mic nights, which led to regular Chicago gigs and, eventually, a decision to leave school and hit the road. So she assembled a band and began playing 200 shows a year across the United States. Daphne released her independent EP Matter of Time in September 2007; in a twist of fate, Vanguard Records head Kevin Welk heard a track on an American Airlines flight. This led to a record deal in 2008 and the release of her second EP, Exhibit A. 

To record her first full-length album, Daphne headed to the hills of Tennessee. She released What to Say in 2010, which was co-produced by Tim Lauer and Grammy winner Gary Paczosa. Album number two, Because I Can, came out in 2011 and reached the number two spot on iTunes’ Top 40 Singer/Songwriter Chart. On her latest EP, Inside Outright, Daphne co-wrote songs with Hunter Davis, Chris Faulk, Angela Lauer, John Oates of Hall & Oates, Keri Barnes and Tim Lauer.

Daphne currently calls Nashville home, where she crafts her distinct brand of pop and is poised to expand her fan base world wide.

Bruns

http://www.brunsband.com

B R U N S is a gospel-infused Tom Petty as much as it is Bruce Springsteen in the New South. While the rest of the country yearns for simplicity, they have somehow adopted a style of music that only becomes more complicated with the passage of time. B R U N S is a well-earned retreat from the modern noise. A real guitar band.

Tim’s vocals, reflect the intensity of a born musician finally playing the songs he was meant to play. Ryan’s guitar adds an element of vintage sheen that lends the band a signature sound amid a Nashville music scene teeming with hungry musicians. Tom's rhythm, steady and simple, carries the sound from cover to cover.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 29, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$12 Advance / $15 Day of Show

Legendary Shack Shakers

http://www.legendaryshackshakers.com/

Described by guitar legend Jeff Beck as “a cross between the Yardbirds and the Sex Pistols”, Legendary Shack Shakers has obviously earned quite a name for itself. The band’s hell-for-leather roadshow is infamous for its unique brand of Southern Gothic that is all-at-once irreverent, revisionist, soulful, dangerous, and fun.

Clara Belle and The Creeps

https://www.facebook.com/CBTheCreeps/

Redhook Ale Brewery

http://redhook.com/

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 29, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 Advance / $10 Day of Show

AWAS

www.awasofficial.com

 

AWAS, the new electronic future-pop duo from Nashville is led by songwriter/vocalist Ariel Hill & producer/composer Danny Melonz.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 30, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Tribute Night ft:

Chancellor Warhol

Sinclair

Levi Ray

Sonia Leigh

Daphne Willis

Sik Wit

Chance Walker

TEMPLAR

Drupy Fli Musik

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 30, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$7 General Admission

The Wans

http://thewans.bandcamp.com

The best rock & roll doesn’t have to be heady or pretentious—it has to hit you square between the thighs. The genre’s name was always a feverish, rollicking euphemism for sex, and too often these days, that base, primal essence of what once made it so great is diluted to the point of powerlessness. Nashville band The Wans are a potent antidote to this lack of passion—a pure, concentrated shot of life-saving adrenaline stabbed straight into the flatlined heart of rock & roll. 

Copper Fox

http://www.copperfoxmusic.com/

Copperfox is a psychedelic dream pop band. Their sound blends reverbed guitars and haunting vocals surrounded by synths. "Copperfox has the rather distinct and uncommon genre blend of indie rock and alternative. The combination makes for music as dark and ethereal as the forests of Oregon; rhythm grounded in crisp drums and brittle clean guitar while twangy slide guitar creeps in and out of nowhere. All four ofFrom the Den's tracks share a level of intricate songcraft, which only strengthens their wilderness appeal. Add in a mix that gives everything room to breathe (plus a little bit of reverb) and it makes for immersing music." - rantingaboutmusic.com

Moseley

http://www.moseleyband.com

Chism’s vocals are girly, but fierce. Sassy, but mischievously smooth. With such nonchalance, she belts out lyrics that tear your heart apart and then vigorously piece it back together. Christy’s gutsy, prominent bass lines make your heart flutter, giving each song an extra badass tone; and then the drums, well, the drums just pull it all together. Abby is one of the most talented female drummers I know. The majority of the songs are dripping with so much emotion, you can’t help but stand there and soak it all in…while still maintaining a solid head bang. Oh, and believe me, you will absolutely be seeing hair flyin’ around and lots of body motion; it’s inevitable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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