As the weather warms up, so does the action at Live from the 615!Learn About the Shows
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Live music continues its comeback in Nashville. All around us, there are signs of 2021 being the revival we’ve hoped for.
If that means more sold out Music on the Move showcases at Marathon Music Works, sign us up!See the Photos
As we patiently wait for the day that we can once again stand, shoulder to shoulder, in a loud venue for a night of live music, Live from the 615 remains committed to bringing the experience straight to you!Read more
Photo credit: Sara Anne Waggoner
Last week, we announced that Nashville-based dark pop phenom Talia Stewart will headline our inaugural, 100% CDC-compliant Underground Sounds showcase at 3rd & Lindsley on Thursday, November 19.
Today, we’re happy to tell you that Talia has safely social-distanced company on the bill!
All year long, we’ve had to get creative, as we’ve looked for ways to Keep the Music Playing here in Nashville.
Now, in collaboration with the iconic 3rd & Lindsley, we’ve found another way — live, in-person, and 100% CDC-compliant!Learn About Underground Sounds
Last week, we had the pleasure of teaming with some of Nashville’s best independent hip hop artists on a live stream event in support of the culture.Watch the Replay
Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME), Underground Music Collective (UMC), and Center 615 are on a mission to make live streaming make sense for the Nashville music community. Live from the 615 is a weekly opportunity for artists and community partners to execute high-quality live broadcast productions – without breaking their pockets.Learn More
Some find peace in creating during this time of global uncertainty. Others do so by resting, reflecting and, perhaps, grieving for the world.
No matter what self-care looks like to you, it’s important to do it right.Get Some Real Talk!
If you’ve been poking around the site lately, you may have noticed that Anna Claire Loftis is slated to play our next Underground Writers Round — a special AGD Entertainment Takeover — on Friday, March 20 at Douglas Corner Cafe.Read more
In celebration of Black History Month, Sad Girl Music dedicated its February edition of Sad Girl Night to hip hop and R&B.
What a night, and what a lineup!See the PHotos