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UMC20: Welcome to 2022 (Jan. 4, 2022)

Happy New Year! 2022 is only a few days old, and we are here to celebrate the fresh new possibilities before us with a new edition of our UMC20 playlist!

It’s been a few weeks since we’ve delivered an all-new UMC20. We gave you an updated Holiday Hits playlist a couple weeks back, followed by the 2021 edition of our UMC50 year-end compilation.

Now that we’ve celebrated the holidays, it’s about time we start telling the story of 2022. NashLive! shows will certainly be a part of that story, and we have a few upcoming lineups represented below, alongside exciting new submissions and selections. Let’s waste no time digging in!

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NEW SHOW ALERT: Sly Boy, The Sewing Club, Tiger Sex, and SHELBYY at Cobra Dec. 10

Our December calendar was looking a little bare, wasn’t it? Let’s fix that!

We’re excited to announce a new rock show at The Cobra Nashville on Friday, December 10. This time, we’ll welcome locals Sly Boy, The Sewing Club, and SHELBYY, who will be joined all the way from Cincinnati by internationally-known punks Tiger Sex, whom we had the pleasure of meeting right here in Nashville a couple years back.

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UMC20: The Best of October 2021

We’ve had a full month of new UMC20 playlists for the first time since May. You know what that means!

OK, in case you don’t know what that means: the last Tuesday of the month serves as a month-in-review for our weekly Spotify playlist, featuring the songs that you, the listener, seemed to enjoy the most throughout the month. This month, we did mix it up a bit — specifically, there are a couple of songs on here that didn’t appear on a previous edition of UMC20 this month. However, the artists behind them did, and we just felt like keeping you on your toes with a couple surprises this time around!

Let’s get to it, shall we? Here’s the Best of October!

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Live from the 615: King Locomotive and Beyond Here

Sunday, May 16: Three parts of Detroit muscle, one part New York soul: that’s how to best describe King Locomotive, a tip of the hat to all things rock, who kick things off at 7 p.m. CT.

Joining them on the bill is Beyond Here (8 p.m. CT), a Nashville-based alternative rock band whose single “Go There” was premiered in August 2020 by Nashville radio station 102.9 The Buzz.

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