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PHOTOS: Krantz, Deidre, and DaChri at The Cobra Nashville

Summer got off to a hot start for NashLive! at The Cobra Nashville.

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NashLive! Presents: Deidre, Krantz, and DaChri at The Cobra Nashville

Deidre is a pop/alternative artist from the Washington, D.C. area who recently relocated to Nashville. Driven to start a new chapter in her life, the fearless 22-year-old is using her strong, bold voice to express her emotions emanated from her most challenging moments. Her determination to be heard is the prominent theme of her upcoming projects, which she hopes will encourage others to face toxic relationships with strength and to never stop believing in themselves.

Krantz can best be described as “rock ‘n roll in color from Music City, USA.” His new single, “Girlfriend,” was recently released to all streaming platforms, and the captivating live performer can always be called upon to bring potent energy and high-quality musicianship to the stage, as was the case when he last joined us at The High Watt in February.

Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, DaChri is just an eclectic soul trying to make his mark on the world. Drawing inspiration from the likes Michael Jackson, Boyz II Men, The Beatles, Pharrell, Ed Sheeran, Justin Timberlake, Drake, and Kanye; DaChri blends elements of pop, R&B, alternative, and hip hop with his own singer-songwriter flair to help steer his sound. The self-proclaimed “Black Bieber” is sure to get you up and dancing with his infectious soundtrack. Now residing in Nashville — and surrounded by some of the best songwriters and producers in the world — DaChri is cultivating classics that are sure to be around for ages.

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Broads off Broad All-Female Showcase Set for June 10

Can’t wait to head to BentoLiving Chestnut Hill for Music on the Move’s all-female LGBTQ+ showcase to kick off Nashville Pride Week on Friday, June 24?

Well, good news: there’s another all-female showcase happening there during CMA Fest weekend, two weeks prior on June 10!

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NashLive! Presents: Chloe Hogan, Alyssa Lazar, and Ali Henderson

We’ll be back at The East Room on Thursday, November 11 with another fresh lineup of Nashville-based female pop artists Chloé Hogan, Alyssa Lazar, and Ali Henderson.

Chloé Hogan takes pieces of every artist she’s ever heard, to inspire her storytelling and songwriting. Her music includes an array of old Motown soul harmonies and live-sounding instrumentals. Though most of what Chloé writes seems to be accented by its bright and groovy nature, the lyrics and overall feeling behind the music are much more somber. The “timeless” conversation of love — and the more evident loss — is the focal point of each work. The incredible dichotomy of her uplifting grooves, partnered with her melancholy lyrical composition, is perhaps the most unique component of Chloé Hogan’s music.

Fueled by the sound and passion of classic rock and roll music, Alyssa Lazar brings a 1970’s nostalgia to today’s pop/rock music. Lazar grew up in Scranton, PA, constantly surrounded by music, and began singing at the age of three. Her transition from singer to musical artist began when she learned to play the piano at the age of eight. Following this, she began to write songs, compose, and accompany herself for shows and performances at every venue throughout her hometown weekly by the age of fifteen. After high school, Alyssa moved to Nashville, TN to continue pursuing her music career. Her love for piano mixed with her love for classic rock brought Alyssa’s music to a sound reminiscent of artists such as Elton John, Lady Gaga, Billy Joel, and Queen. Lazar unapologetically brings out her fiery spirit and dauntless attitude within her theatrical, rock and roll inspired sound.

South Carolina native-turned-Nashville resident Ali Henderson was born to be something special. While southern culture is often synonymous with sweet tea, warm nights, and Country music, it’s always refreshing for an Alt-pop artist like Henderson to emerge from quaint towns like Gaffney, South Carolina. In 2015, Henderson earned a one-way ticket to Hollywood thanks to American Idol, impressing the likes of Keith Urban, Harry Connick Jr. and Jennifer Lopez. After the show she moved to Nashville, where she completed a degree in Songwriting. Gutsy lyrics, fresh yet familiar instrumentation, and killer vocals are Henderson’s M.O.

$10 at the door | 18+ to enter | Must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a recent negative test

PHOTOS: Sarah Manzo, Dakota Ryley, and Julia Kahn at The East Room

Friday night was yet another opportunity for some of Music City’s most notable independent talents to take the stage at The East Room, courtesy of NashLive!

This time, it was an all-female lineup of Nashville-based pop artists who captured the crowd’s imagination.

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Live from the 615 Summer Send-off with Ele Ivory, Maggie Miles, and Abigail Osborn

Our Live from the 615 Summer Send-off will take place at The East Room (2412 Gallatin Ave., Nashville) on Monday, September 6. There, you will hear a STACKED, all-female lineup of Nashville pop artists, including Ele Ivory, Maggie Miles, and Abigail Osborn!

Ele Ivory is a Nashville based indie-pop artist who received BMI’s John Lennon Award for her song “LaZboys”. She was also featured on Season 15 of NBC’s THE VOICE as a Comeback Artist with Coach Kelsea Ballerini. Ele’s love for words and the craft of songwriting keeps her searching for fresh ways to express universal feelings. Her music honestly explores the human condition within the soundscape of piano driven organic indie-pop.

Maggie Miles is an alternative pop artist currently creating in Nashville, TN. Having just released her debut album, Am I Drowning or Am I Just Learning How to Swim, in August of 2020, Miles is eager to share the songs with ears everywhere. Her songwriting attempts to reach into the depths of the human condition and paint it with a brush anyone can recognize. Remaining relatable, while obviously grabbing from her personal encounters with life and the challenges it delivers.

By combining honest storytelling with dreamy pop melodies, Abigail Osborn creates the perfect coming of age soundtrack. With influences stemming from artists like The Japanese House and Sasha Sloan, she leaves you with melodic indie-pop that is sure to stay stuck in your head.

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