The Dirty Delusions are a high-energy garage rock band from Nashville, TN. On Friday, March 19, they will broadcast live from Helping Our Music Evolve in East Nashville to celebrate the release of their brand-new, full-length album.
Year of October is a fuzzed out rock band from Nashville, TN. They’ll bring their dirty riffs and dark grooves to the masses during this Live from the 615 performance!
We’re going Live from the 615 with three of Nashville’s most outstanding songwriting talents, including:
- Timothy Myles, Chicago-raised ‘Rockicana’ songwriter exploring collaborations and communication in music.
- Quinn O’Donnell, alt-rock songwriter known for her raw, emotional performances.
- Natasha Blaine, Seattle native whose jazz-influenced pop and R&B music captures a nostalgic, vintage feel.
For all of its ups and downs, life’s journey is that much sweeter when it’s shared with someone you love.
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Growing apart is never easy. There is always sorrow in realizing that “the one” is no longer the one for you.
As the weather warms up, so does the action at Live from the 615!
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Save your keto for someone else, because Richmond, Virginia-based punks Talk Me Off have had enough of the diet industry.
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“I live my life inside this room.
I send a postcard to the world
Wish you were here and write back soon.”
If those look like lyrics from an anthem written during COVID… they’re not. Their relevance is just a coincidence.
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Nashville-based songwriter Mason Zgoda has plans for an eventful 2021. These plans include continuing her education, the hopeful return of full-scale live shows, and the release of her record, Postcard to the World.
We sat down with Mason to discuss these plans, and to dig into the collaborative creative process that brought Postcard to the World to fruition.
If you’ve been broken before, the hardest part of falling in love might be allowing yourself to fall in the first place.
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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!
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