On Friday night, PuffHost came to Helping Our Music Evolve (H.O.M.E.) and took us all to “Recess.”
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Last week, we had the pleasure of teaming with some of Nashville’s best independent hip hop artists on a live stream event in support of the culture.Watch the Replay
Last week, we announced that we are teaming up with Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME) and Center 615 on Live from the 615, which gives artists and community partners the opportunity to execute high-quality live broadcast productions – without breaking the bank.
What we haven’t told you until now is that we have our own October slot — and we want to give it away!Find out How to Win!
Helping Our Music Evolve (HOME), Underground Music Collective (UMC), and Center 615 are on a mission to make live streaming make sense for the Nashville music community. Live from the 615 is a weekly opportunity for artists and community partners to execute high-quality live broadcast productions – without breaking their pockets.Learn More
On Wednesday night, our community partners at Helping Our Music Evolve hosted a ‘HOME School’ panel discussion, featuring three Nashville-area entertainment attorneys who discussed some of the most common pitfalls they see when helping the music community navigate their legal hurdles:
- Artist and band name trademarks.
- Clearance, sometimes holding up — or even nullifying — record deals or licensing agreements.
- Splits and reconciliation, including accounting errors of collaborators and companies.
- Protecting intellectual property — especially now, that there is so much remote work.
- Force Majeure and COVID’s impact on the importance of this standard clause.
Watch this replay featuring HOME founder Logan Crowell and special guest panelists Colin Maher, Ryan Noormohamed, and Zach Gainous, who share insight and information that will help you prepare your music business for the best possible future outcomes.Watch the Replay!
On Monday night, HOME School was in session.Watch the Replay
Today’s high-energy edition of The Quinn Spinn features country singer-songwriter Kelley Jeanne, who just so happens to be celebrating a birthday on the same day we’re releasing this episode!
Kelley spent her childhood in a military family, and lived in various locations before arriving in Pittsburgh for college. From there, she moved to Nashville — and brought her whole band with her!
Kelley’s story is unique and fascinating, and we’re excited to bring it to you today!#GetSpunn
Nashville resident Treva Blomquist is boldly forging ahead on a new adventure. After years as an Americana artist, Treva has stepped into the pop realm with her upcoming album, Snakes and Saints, set for release on July 31.
Hear from Treva as she discusses this exciting new direction, as well as why now is the perfect time for artists everywhere to try something new.#GetSpunn!
In celebration of Black History Month, Sad Girl Music dedicated its February edition of Sad Girl Night to hip hop and R&B.
What a night, and what a lineup!See the PHotos
Wednesday night, it was time for the songwriters of Nashville to show their best to the folks at Music City’s independent radio station.See the Photos