NEW SHOW ALERT: New Suede, A Tribe of Horsman, and Down Boy at The East Room
We told you we had more fun planned this summer in the world of Live from the 615.
Next month, we’ll take a trip to The East Room to enjoy some shades of rock and roll, all glaze-coated in psychedelic haze. On Wednesday, August 18, we’ll welcome the trio of New Suede, A Tribe of Horsman, and Down Boy into the heart of East Nashville.
New Suede consists of Chandler Mills Brown, Elijah Perron, Alex Ramsay, and Matt MacPhail. The Murfreesboro-based rock and roll band are veterans of the Nashville rock scene, and have had a nice amount of streaming success — their single, “Taxi,” has accrued more than 20,000 Spotify streams to date.
A Tribe of Horsman recently participated in a spirited edition of UMC Fun -N- Games. Fronted by Dhalton Horsman, the trio also features Sean van Rossum (bass) and Aaron Hopkins (drums). Together, they’re working on their debut record, which we might hear a bit of riiiiight around the time of this show.
And then, there’s Down Boy. They’re also Fun -N- Games alums, and they just released a sick new video for their song, “Traction,” which has already amassed more than 1,000 views. To top it off, they’re one of the tightest trios you’ll ever hear play live. Prepare to be amazed!
Like all of our East Room shows so far, tickets for this one are $10 at the door. Doors are at 7 p.m., show start at 8 p.m., and you must be at least 18 to get in. And, of course, Music City Movement will be your hosts. See you there, and for our other upcoming Live from the 615 shows!