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PHOTOS: PopRocks! Showcase ft. Jon Pattie, Discofox, and Ahli

The second NashLive! show of last week was a collaborative affair, curated alongside Nashville songsmith Jon Pattie as part of his monthly #PopRocks! showcase.

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NashLive! and Pop Rocks! present: Jon Pattie, DISCOFOX, and Ahli

On Saturday, November 20, NashLive! will team with Pop Rocks! to showcase more of Nashville’s best talent at The Cobra (2511 Gallatin Ave., Nashville). That night, we’ll welcome Pop Rocks! founder Jon Pattie alongside pop-soul band DISCOFOX and pop/R&B songwriter Ahli.

Teacher by day, passionate singer-songwriter by night. These are just a few ways to describe indie singer-songwriter Jon Pattie. Starting his music career off as the lead guitarist in a wide variety of bands, Jon ventured into his solo career while pursuing a degree in chemical engineering. Since, Jon has released a number of projects, including his most recent EP, Reflections, Vol. II. Pattie uses the EP to touch on his battles with depression and within difficult relationships, while motivating his listeners to always follow their dreams.

DISCOFOX is a Nashville-based pop/soul band created by New York City Broadway actor Daniel Sovich. These catchy melodies and powerhouse vocals sewn together with the rhythms of Nashville’s top musicians provide for an in-your-face, high-energy evening. DISCOFOX is an all around experience. Come witness The Fox.

Ahli is gender-neutral songwriter and producer with a passion for all things pop and R&B. With a background in commercial music and a college degree in production, Ahli’s music is both raw and fine-tuned. Their song-writing influences include Troye Sivan and Maggie Rodgers with production style similar to Carley Rae Jepsen. Getting their start in small-town, rural New Jersey dive bars, they’ve now performed at music festivals across the United States including, Musicfest, Cape May Music Festival, Port St. Lucie Music Festival, Treasure Coast Music Festival and most recently, the International Stay the F*ck Home Fest most with Sonicbids, which had more than 1,000 people tune in from all over the United States and Europe.