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Category Archives: live music
Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) — Nashville’s creative community space where musicians and creators of all disciplines come together and collaborate — celebrated its first birthday on Thursday night with Happy Homies Day, a celebration of music, art, fashion, creativity, culture, and the people who make it happen every day in Music City.See the photos
Hailing from Stroudsburg, PA, The Crowning was formed in the summer of 2017 by Micah Martin, Ty Nordstrom, and Walter Lee. Having met just a month prior, they quickly realized they had something unique and immediately headed into the studio.Watch the video
Chelsea Lyn Meyer began playing guitar as a hobby in middle school. She wrote her first song soon thereafter, and has been singing, writing songs, and playing guitar and keyboards since 2002.Watch the video
Brian Dean Moore has been singing and playing country music “before country music was cool.”Watch the video
Artwork credit: Stephen Omark
Festival season is here and it’s one of my favorite times of the year for a number of reasons. As a musician, it provides several opportunities to perform in front of and be heard by larger audiences. It also presents an opportunity to network with those audiences. As a music lover, it’s a chance to discover new music. For me, the latter is as appealing as the former and I rarely, if ever, walk away disappointed.Read more
Rofo Audio is a power trio formed in the summer of 2014 in the Philadelphia suburbs. The band incorporates combined influences of power rock, laced with acoustic instrumentation and vocal harmonies that work seamlessly together with riff-oriented guitar melodies. The result is a unique sound that delivers intrigue with every track.
In this episode of Live at City View Sound, Raymond Short (guitar/vox) discusses the band’s approach to releasing full-length records in a single-heavy market.
Live at City View Sound connects the face to the voice, the emotion to the artist, and the recordings to a raw performance. This series features artists of all genres, with each episode consisting of a 3-4 minute interview and an acoustic performance. Every artist has a craft and a unique sound. Live at City View Sound strives to showcase these artists in their own element.
Last Tuesday, a new kind of writers round came to downtown Nashville.See the photos
Pop music is constantly changing, and finding one’s sound can be an incredible transformative and, at times, challenging experience for a young artist. Double that when that artist is moving halfway across the planet to pursue a career in music.Meet Raven Kai
30 years of rock and roll — including touring, writing, singing and recording — can go along way. Mark Fahad has done it all over his extensive career.
In this episode of Live at City View Sound, Mark discusses his love for music, and plays us a song off his upcoming EP. Check out his episode in the link below!