Keith Evan Gay is a South Georgia native with strong country roots and an unshakable devotion to the Georgia Bulldogs. Keith is bringing his brand of KEG Country to the masses with his new single, “Only One Dawg in this Fight,” which serves as a rallying cry for the back-to-back national champion Bulldogs.
We catch up with Keith about the song, his forthcoming releases (crafted at the renowned Sound Kitchen Studios), and the trials he’s overcome to get here.
And who knows… maybe we’ll even talk a little football.
On New Year’s Eve, the #1 ranked Georgia Bulldogs will continue their quest to become back-to-back NCAA FBS National Champions when they take on Ohio State in the Peach Bowl.
Georgia native Keith Evan Gay is ready, with a rallying cry for Bulldog Nation in advance of the College Football Playoff.
Join DawgNation in the fight!
Back in July — on the way to the release of her self-titled EP — Erin McLendon released “Sunday Crowd,” a song which acknowledges the skeletons even the holiest of holy rollers have in their closets.
Last Friday, McLendon dropped a new music video for “Sunday Crowd,” celebrating our differences and the common threads that unite us all.
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A few weeks ago, we told you about J.Antonette’s latest single, “Heartbroken in a Honky Tonk.” The song is based on a true story about a night of line dancing, when the New York native’s chance encounter with a toxic ex led to an unexpected opportunity to turn the tables.
In case you need a refresher on the story…
Can’t wait to head to BentoLiving Chestnut Hill for Music on the Move’s all-female LGBTQ+ showcase to kick off Nashville Pride Week on Friday, June 24?
Well, good news: there’s another all-female showcase happening there during CMA Fest weekend, two weeks prior on June 10!
Are you ready for some heart-wrenching Americana? If so, you’re in luck.
Hear ‘Halfway to Amarillo’
Erin McLendon is an Americana musician, vocal coach, entrepreneur, and the founder of Music on the Move Studios (formerly Women on Fire) in Nashville, TN. Erin’s dedication to advocating for independent musicians and female entrepreneurs is clear to all whom she encounters, and she joins us to discuss these endeavors, alongside her upcoming singles “Sunday Crowd” and “Millie.”
Frankly, this episode has been a long time coming. Erin has a lot to say, and she does it with style. Don’t miss this!
Over at Live from the 615, we’re lining up an entire spring’s worth of virtual showcases, featuring some of Nashville’s most notable rising stars.
Our lineup just got even better, with a must-see country music showcase set for Friday, April 2!
Yes, it’s true. Even good people have a wild side. Those who seem innocent on the surface can, indeed, get a little crazy when night falls.
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Have you ever felt your whole world change the instant you met someone?
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