Category Archives: live streams
Indiana-based pop trio MCXX came all the way to Nashville to join us for a new edition of Fun -N- Games.
Tonight at 6 pm. CT, watch as they join Michelle and Jenna for a thrilling game of Go Fish!Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
We’re always striving to bring you Nashville’s top talent at Live from the 615. On Friday, April 23, we’re proud to present a night of Nashville rock and roll — with an extra dash of soul!Learn More
Sugar Fitz — comprised of songwriters Carrie Welling and Brianna Sage — bring their “brash, bold, and seemingly out of nowhere” style to this girl-powered edition of Wine & Whine, a UMC Fun -N- Games segment sponsored by City Winery Nashville.Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
A coalition of influential music communities will join forces to celebrate Music City’s rich hip hop culture, with a live stream powered by Live from the 615.Learn More
At Live from the 615, we’ve decided that you could use a Friday night filled with eclectic Nashville rock and roll.
As it turns out, we have the perfect twin bill to deliver the goods, coming your way Friday, April 16!Learn more
Previously, we had announced that Forts Like Vana and King Locomotive would perform a Live from the 615 Virtual Showcase on Sunday, April 11. King Locomotive had a travel conflict arise for that date, and we are working on rescheduling them for later this spring.
In the meantime, we still have a show for you that night. Read on for details!Read more
Hunter Cross is a indie rock singer-songwriter born and raised in the “cover band town” of Jackson, TN. Now stepping out on his own, he joins Michelle and Jenna for our first-ever game of Celebrity on Fun -N- Games!Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
Fresh off the heels of their new single, “Horizon Eyes,” the guys in Arts Fishing Club join Jenna and Michelle in the studio to sample wine from City Winery Nashville on the latest edition of Wine & Whine, a UMC Fun -N- Games segment.
Who knows? If you stick around, you might even hear a song or two…Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
Friday night’s Live from the 615 twin bill was all about rock and roll, as fans tuned in from all over the United States to witness performances from Nashville-based rock acts Year of October and The Dirty Delusions.Watch the Recap