PHOTOS: Ele Ivory, Abigail Osborn, and Maggie Miles at The East Room
When three best friends share the stage as they did Monday night at The East Room, you can be sure that you’re in for something memorable.
That’s exactly what Ele Ivory, Abigail Osborn, and Maggie Miles delivered during our Live from the 615 Summer Sendoff. The trio concluded a long holiday weekend — and, unofficially-yet-officially, the summer of 2021 — by delivering a fun and memorable night of music that strengthened the community around them.
Ivory kicked off the night with her unique brand of piano-driven pop, as showcased on her debut album, Drama Club Days. Her set featured songs from the record, showcasing her poetic storytelling ability and knack for writing catchy, hook-laden tunes like the single, “We Can’t Be Friends.” Then, things took a turn into dream pop land with Abigail Osborn, whose honest and relatable lyrics reflect on the ups and downs of young love.
Closing the night was Maggie Miles, whose versatility was on full display. Showcasing unbridled emotion with an untamed rock and roll edge, Miles was completely in her element on Monday night, connecting with her audience through the common experiences we share. Then, at the end of her set, we were treated to a surprise — she invited her billmates back to the stage one more time, where they took turns performing Paramore’s “The Only Exception” alongside a fully engaged audience.
This was one of those nights that represents exactly the type of community we’re looking to build at Live from the 615. Catch a glimpse below!