NEW SHOW ALERT: CH3LS, Allan Fine & The Finites, and The Z-Man Experience at The 5 Spot Sept. 30
Let’s kick off your month the best way we know how: with yet another NashLive! show announcement!
We’ll return once again to The 5 Spot (1006 Forrest Ave., Nashville) for another night rooted in the grand tradition of rock and roll. This time, we’re bringing CH3LS, Allan Fine & The Finites, and The Z-Man Experience into the fold!
True Blue Rocker Chelsee Foster (CH3LS) has been a veteran of the music industry for over a decade. In Los Angeles, she sold out legendary venues such as The Viper Room, The Whisky a Go-Go, and the Troubadour. Chelsee also worked in performance licensing for years, utilizing her music business degree. In 2019, she toured the Caribbean with Norwegian Cruise Lines’ highest-rated rock show: Syd Norman’s Pourhouse. Chelsee credits her experience as a competitive figure skater with giving her the strength and endurance necessary to put out a powerhouse performance every night. As fiery as her red hair, Chelsee’s rock vibe stands out in Nashville’s music scene!
Drawing influence from Lou Reed, Pavement, Talking Heads, and The National, The Finites started as a studio recording outlet of Nashville producer Allan Fine. Live, the synths are stripped away and replaced with electric guitars for an all-out, rock ‘n roll sound. Current members are Hyde Ennis (Lead Guitar), Chris Augustinos (Bass), and Griffin Schwab (Drums).
Midwestern-made Zach Cleven is an eclectic singer-songwriter who goes by the stage name of Z-Man. He is known for his idiosyncratic style and new genre of music, which is best described as a fusion of scat-acoustic-funk. His energetic stage presence and focus on his original works has fueled his passion of sharing his music globally, and audiences find deep appreciation for his talent and love of music. His distinctive style of music is truly described as one-of-a-kind, and he’s performed all over the country in places such as Rockwood Music Hall, SteelBridge Song Festival, The Bowery Electric and the world-famous Bluebird Cafe.
Tickets to this show are $10 at the door. You must be 21+ to enter. For more NashLive! goodness, see the updated show schedule here.