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Songs You Should Hear… from UMC Contributor Jenna Rose!

Hey, everyone! Gerard here. I’m up in Bethlehem, PA (the cradle of UMC’s very existence) for Musikfest, the nation’s largest free, non-gated music festival. I’m throwing it back with my northern work family and pitching in with this year’s festival, which means you’re going to see some guest contributions here over the next week and a half.

That includes next week’s UMC20, curated by our very own UMC Contributor Jenna Rose! But… before we get there, Jenna is popping in to give you all a little preview with this week’s Songs You Should Hear.

Get ready for a whole lot more where this came from next week. In the meantime, I’ll let Jenna take it from here with her picks!

Hear What You Should

Live from the 615 Summer Send-off with Ele Ivory, Maggie Miles, and Abigail Osborn

Our Live from the 615 Summer Send-off will take place at The East Room (2412 Gallatin Ave., Nashville) on Monday, September 6. There, you will hear a STACKED, all-female lineup of Nashville pop artists, including Ele Ivory, Maggie Miles, and Abigail Osborn!

Ele Ivory is a Nashville based indie-pop artist who received BMI’s John Lennon Award for her song “LaZboys”. She was also featured on Season 15 of NBC’s THE VOICE as a Comeback Artist with Coach Kelsea Ballerini. Ele’s love for words and the craft of songwriting keeps her searching for fresh ways to express universal feelings. Her music honestly explores the human condition within the soundscape of piano driven organic indie-pop.

Maggie Miles is an alternative pop artist currently creating in Nashville, TN. Having just released her debut album, Am I Drowning or Am I Just Learning How to Swim, in August of 2020, Miles is eager to share the songs with ears everywhere. Her songwriting attempts to reach into the depths of the human condition and paint it with a brush anyone can recognize. Remaining relatable, while obviously grabbing from her personal encounters with life and the challenges it delivers.

By combining honest storytelling with dreamy pop melodies, Abigail Osborn creates the perfect coming of age soundtrack. With influences stemming from artists like The Japanese House and Sasha Sloan, she leaves you with melodic indie-pop that is sure to stay stuck in your head.