Tag Archives: blues

Summer Rewind: Stray Nova Strikes AGain!

If you’ve been following Live from the 615 for a while, chances are you already know what you can expect from Stray Nova. The Tennessee quartet — formerly a trio — supplies blues rock with edge, soul and, in their own words, “a little bit of mischief.”

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Nowhere Sounds Lovely: The Well-Traveled Musical Diary of Cristina Vane

From her upbringing throughout Europe, to spending time on each U.S. Coast, to landing in Nashville after months on the road, Cristina Vane has had her artistry and worldview shaped by a variety of life experiences. It all comes together on her new album, Nowhere Sounds Lovely, which is now available on all streaming platforms.

Cristina dropped by to chat about the journey that led her here. Plus, we take a look at a future illuminated by the light at the end of the COVID tunnel.

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Live from the 615: The Reveal and The Blue Trees

You never quite know what to expect when The Reveal comes to town. The three-piece blues rock and roll band consistently pushes past boundaries in their music, incorporating elements of funk, hip hop, classic, progressive and psychedelic styles.

It’s only appropriate, then, that they are joined on this Live from the 615 Virtual Showcase by The Blue Trees. Signed to Spectra Records, the Southern groove rock band are no strangers to experimentation, mixing funk, pop, and even electronica into their sound.

TICKETS: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-reveal-and-the-blue-trees-tickets-149558350051

UMC20: Turn Up the Heat! (Apr. 6, 2021)

Right on time with spring, the fire in our inbox is heating up.

(We mean that in the context of submission quality, of course. We also mean it in the context of our inbox being a raging, uncontrollable inferno of submissions that will probably never be extinguished.)

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PHOTOS: Music on the Move at Marathon Music Works (Feb. 24, 2021)

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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UMC Fun -N- Games: Jenga with The Reveal

The Reveal call themselves a “psychedelic funky blues rap rock trio with a lil twang.” With that diverse palette, it seems that they’re game for just about anything — including a rousing installment of UMC Fun -N- Games!

On this episode, Dustin and Josh from The Reveal join Michelle Stone and Jenna Rose to play Jenga while they chat about music and life. We also get to hear a rare acoustic version of their song, “Desert Man.”

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