As Nashville’s music scene continues its slow, steady climb out of COVID-induced hardship, one local artist is taking matters into his own hands to bring awareness to the city’s resilience.Learn More
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Brian and Jon from King Locomotive stopped by Helping Our Music Evolve for a game of charades with Michelle Stone and Jenna Rose — and truly, we make it up as we go along!
Watch to get to know the guys and to see how our game turns out, and don’t forget to stick around until the end for a special in-studio performance!Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
Y’all… guess what we did on Wednesday…
We went to a show!
Yes, a live, in-person one! With a stage and lights!See the Photos
With ‘Periscope,’ Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville Offers Entrepreneur Training for Artists
Here at Underground Music Collective, we’re big proponents of well-rounded artist education, so that the folks in our community can get the most out of their careers and dreams.
As it turns out, so is the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville — and they have a program dedicated to helping artists in our region maximize their potential!Learn More
Here we are, Nashville. We’ve made it to the end of our most challenging year.Read more
Happy Thanksgiving! Hopefully, you have a chance (wherever you are) to spend the day safely with the people important to you. I hope that everyone is healthy, and remains so as we begin to draw 2020 to a close.Read more
PREMIERE: Jakey Heartbreak Dares Us to Leave Our Fears Behind on His New Single, ‘Don’t Be Afraid Of Your Nightmares’
If you find yourself feeling down, and in need of a powerful jolt of encouragement to shift your mood, Jakey Heartbreak’s new single, “Don’t Be Afraid Of Your Nightmares,” will certainly do the trick!Listen & Read More…
Fittingly titled for a fall release, Sun Goes Down by The Tisburys feels like a collection of music from nostalgic eras, spanning from the 1960s to the 80s, and united together on one reflective album. Vibing off the sounds of John Mellencamp, Vanity Fair, Tom Petty, and Wilco, this album feels like an old favorite the first time through.Read More & Listen
Earlier this week, our friends in PuffHost — who you may have recently seen crushing it, Live from the 615 — welcomed me onto their new PuffCast podcast series to discuss what we do, why we do it, and life itself.Hear the Episode
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — alongside the other unrest in the world — can leave us with a feeling of hopelessness.
However, there’s always hope on the other side — and that’s where we may find the light and meaning in the struggle.Get Some Real Talk!