Peachkit is a modern pop/alternative artist who subscribes to the way creating music used to be — when the focus was not on making tabloid headlines, but on the music itself. The largely-anonymous artist, producer, and songwriter recently came to Nashville from the United Kingdom and is already making a splash: her single, “Like It (A Lot),” stood out among a strong field of 140 submissions to win the second edition of Songtank, a Songland-meets-Shark Tank broadcast competition from Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME).
Among her many accolades, Peachkit has multiple number one writing credits to her name. As an artist, she combines her knack for writing chart-topping hooks with raw honesty and social commentary to create her own brand of “Thinking Pop” — and she does it all while rarely, if ever, showing her face.
All told, Peachkit is a brilliant, world-aware creative soul who lets her music do the talking — and certainly, there is plenty of room for her voice! She’s truly in a league of her own, and we’re fortunate to have had the chance to chat in-depth. Check out the full convo below!
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Hey, Nashville-based artists — do you want to be as cool as 2021 Tennessee Titans Battle of the Bands winners, Juke of June (pictured above)?
Your opportunity awaits!
Our entire focus turns to The East Room tonight. That is the site of NashLive!’s A Night to Remember: A Belated New Year’s Experience, sponsored by Commons Cannabis and hosted by Music City Movement.
We have a few reminders and housekeeping items to go over, as we set sail for adventure and make this one happen, better late than never!
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Red Bull is bringing its SoundClash series to Nashville’s Marathon Music Works on Thursday, December 9. On that night, two prominent up-and-coming stars will push their musical boundaries and explore each other’s styles as they compete for the right to be called Red Bull SoundClash champion.
Friday night’s Dark Masquerade was a night unlike any other we’ve had.
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A couple weeks ago, we told you about The Dark Masquerade, an inclusive Halloween-themed celebration of art, music, and community that we’re presenting alongside HOUSEQUAKE Productions and NashLive!
The day has come for us to announce the lineup — and like we said when we made the original announcement, this lineup is fire!
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Come one, come all to Mercy Lounge on Friday, October 29, where we’ll team with HOUSEQUAKE Productions and NashLive! to present The Dark Masquerade.
As spring approaches (and we wait for touring to return), we have some good news for you: it’s almost time to enjoy the 13th annual edition of Lightning 100’s Music City Mayhem tournament. And, if you’re a musician within a 30-mile radius of Nashville, you still have a chance to make a run at this year’s crown!
Last week, we announced that we are teaming up with Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) and Center 615 on Live from the 615, which gives artists and community partners the opportunity to execute high-quality live broadcast productions – without breaking the bank.
What we haven’t told you until now is that we have our own October slot — and we want to give it away!
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As the daughter of Filipino immigrants, Jerrica Alyssa grew up in a warm, welcoming household where the arts were ever-present. The Vancouver, BC native had the chance to nurture her natural gift for artistry from a young age as a dancer, singer, and classically trained pianist.
Knowing that, it may surprise you to know, at one point, Jerrica once appeared to be on a far different professional path.
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