Live from the 615 Presents… A Live, In-Person Show!

With the next stage of Nashville’s reopening now imminent, we’re branching Live from the 615 outside of the cozy confines of HOME and into the world!

On Thursday, May 27, we’ll be at The East Room (2412 Gallatin Ave. in Nashville), where we will present a night of glorious indie rock and roll! Joining us in this endeavor will be Music City Mayhem finalists Lombardy. They will be joined by their fellow tournament contestants The Sewing Club, as well as Forts Like Vana, who have gained a local reputation for their high-energy live performances.

Consisting of Mike Scott (vox/lead guitar), Jonathan Plevyak (vox/rhythm guitar), Nick Stafford (bass), and Ryan Rasmussen (drums), Lombardy formed in September 2020 and has quickly gained momentum as one of Nashville’s most exciting and personable rock acts. Their three singles — “Don’t Wanna See You Round Here,” “Sally,” and their most recent, “Hurricane” — have already combined for more than 63,000 streams on Spotify.

The Sewing Club is comprised of Hannah McElroy (lead singer/writer), Stephen Meaux (electric guitar), Will Harris (bass), and Zach McCoy (drums), who all met during their time at Belmont University. The band is currently working toward releasing their debut EP this summer, which is currently being recorded and produced by Jared Corder of repeat repeat*. Hannah’s steady and pure vocal delivery over shifting and ever-changing musical layers gives a dreamy feel to this rock band.

Fueled by chaos and reckless behavior, Forts Like Vana is (in their own words) disrupting the rock scene with their raw attitudes and live sound. Their honest lyrics, punching rhythms, and loud guitar hooks are catching hearts and fans worldwide.

Admission to this show is $10 at the door. Doors open at 7 p.m., with music beginning promptly at 8 p.m.

In the interest of safety, masks will be required for entry, and we will keep you updated on venue capacity as more information becomes available. We’re excited for you to join us responsibly, and encourage you to check out some other East Room shows as the venue resumes its live music schedule!

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