At Live from the 615, we have ourselves a wide range of rock ready to go on Friday, May 21.Read more
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What’s a “hybrid” show, you ask? It’s a show that you can attend virtually or, if you get your tickets quickly enough, in-person!See the Lineups
We’re always striving to bring you Nashville’s top talent at Live from the 615. On Friday, April 23, we’re proud to present a night of Nashville rock and roll — with an extra dash of soul!Learn More
Fueled by chaos and reckless behavior, Forts Like Vana is disrupting the rock scene with their raw attitudes and live sound. Their honest lyrics, punching rhythms, and loud guitar hooks are catching hearts and fans worldwide.
Joining the bill are Down Boy, the Nashville-based psychedelic funk-gospel trio whose 2020 album, ‘…Let Go,’ features popular tunes like “Can’t Help Myself” and “Under the Light.”
A coalition of influential music communities will join forces to celebrate Music City’s rich hip hop culture, with a live stream powered by Live from the 615.Learn More
At Live from the 615, we’ve decided that you could use a Friday night filled with eclectic Nashville rock and roll.
As it turns out, we have the perfect twin bill to deliver the goods, coming your way Friday, April 16!Learn more
A little bit of sweet, a little bit of backwoods: that’s how Florida native and country artist Amber DeLaCruz describes herself. DeLaCruz is known for adding a dash of soul to the modern country landscape, influenced by artists including Susan Tedeschi, Bonnie Raitt, P!NK, and Miranda Lambert.
Joining Amber will be Ross Coppley, the quintessential Southern boy known for his playful disposition, lively stage shows, and sizzling singles like “Rush” and “Til Summer Comes Along.”
Previously, we had announced that Forts Like Vana and King Locomotive would perform a Live from the 615 Virtual Showcase on Sunday, April 11. King Locomotive had a travel conflict arise for that date, and we are working on rescheduling them for later this spring.
In the meantime, we still have a show for you that night. Read on for details!Read more
Friday night’s Live from the 615 twin bill was all about rock and roll, as fans tuned in from all over the United States to witness performances from Nashville-based rock acts Year of October and The Dirty Delusions.Watch the Recap