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Fun -N- Games: Charades with DJ Jager, Rambo Lee The Chief, and Mr. 110

We have a full house tonight on Fun -N- Games, as Michelle and Jenna are joined for a game of charades by Nashville creatives DJ Jager, Rambo Lee The Chief, and Mr. 110.

This is a lively interview, and it’s followed by three live, in-studio performances. Check it out!

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UMC Fun -N- Games Presents: Celebrity with Hunter Cross

Hunter Cross is a indie rock singer-songwriter born and raised in the “cover band town” of Jackson, TN. Now stepping out on his own, he joins Michelle and Jenna for our first-ever game of Celebrity on Fun -N- Games!

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Wine & Whine, Sponsored by City Winery Nashville: Arts Fishing Club

Psst… check out what City Winery Nashville has in stock!

Fresh off the heels of their new single, “Horizon Eyes,” the guys in Arts Fishing Club join Jenna and Michelle in the studio to sample wine from City Winery Nashville on the latest edition of Wine & Whine, a UMC Fun -N- Games segment.

Who knows? If you stick around, you might even hear a song or two…

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UMC Fun -N- Games: Jenga with Amanda Raye

St. Louis native Amanda Raye joins Michelle and Jenna for this female-powered edition of UMC Fun -N- Games! Together, they play Jenga and discuss a variety of topics, including music and motherhood.

Stick around, and you’ll hear two live, in-studio performances, including Amanda’s recent single, “Girl on the Side.”

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Copper Fields: Live at City View Sound

Copper Fields‘ songs have powerful lyrics, a crisp and full sound, and a blend of voices that rise in harmony. There is a story told through both their lyrical content and their instrumentation, which is alt-Americana tastefully merged with indie rock and a splash of old soul. Your head and your heart are sure to be moved.

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Bradford Loomis: Live at City View Sound

Born in the Northwest, Bradford Loomis has lived to tell a different and exciting tale from many of us. Through years of choir, band, and orchestra, Bradford discovered a powerful kinship to the songs and stories of bygone eras, as they helped show him how to tell stories in a meaningful, impactful way.

Bradford marries grit and melody to dig to the roots of American folklore, and to speak of the raw reality of the human condition with passion. His stories span several lifetimes of relatable emotions; bitterness and loss, deep longing and regret, enduring hope and love, elation and joy.

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The Parkers: Live at City View Sound

The Parkers have garnered accolades for their smoldering live show, which harnesses the sweaty-soaked punk rock energy inherent in the band’s vibe. Propelling the sisters forward live is dynamically explosive drummer and close family friend Henry Kane.

Select live performance highlights for The Parkers include appearances at Rocktoberfest; festivals such as MONDO.NYC and LAUNCH Music Conference; the Highline Ballroom; and even a show alongside Wu Tang Clan members and offspring. The group has garnered press accolades from ThatMusicMag.com, NJ.com, and have earned exposure for its stunning video for “Let’s Disappear.” The video garnered local awards, and was featured in the Millburn Film Festival (NJ) and The National Film Festival for Talented Youth in Seattle.

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Leah Marie Fuls: Live at City View Sound

Leah Marie Fuls is a singer-songwriter whose sound can best be described as strong and sultry. Her influences span genres including pop, country, and rock, with Stevie Nicks, Halsey, Tom Petty, and Carrie Underwood among the artists that have inspired her.

She released her first EP, “You’re Never Gone,” in early 2017. That was followed by a change in her sound with the pop single, “Collision,” which has earned her awards on the local and independent circuits.

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