We (under the NashLive! banner) are teaming once again with our friends at Music City Movement to bring you a live music experience quite unlike any other in Nashville.
On Tuesday, September 27, we’ll head back to The Cobra Nashville to bring you a diversified lineup featuring the talents of Nashville’s Aaron Friend & The Enemies, in between touring artists Edgar Derby and Leoncarlo.
Meet the lineup
Photo credit: Shannon Earl
People change, circumstances change and, with them, so do friendships. These evolutions can be confusing without proper context, and Ava Earl is here to help us make sense of them with her latest single, “The Roses.”
Hear it First
Fresh off the heels of his 2020 album, The Perennial Millennial, Evan Alexander Moore is back with what he has proclaimed “a late night, roll-down-your-windows indie rager.”
Hear ‘Emma Says’
Hey… remember when we used to create simply for the joy of creating?
Despite our natural human tendency to desire closure at the end of a relationship, it doesn’t always come.
Losing a loved one to addiction is one of the most difficult parts of the human experience. Bridget Rian expresses this pain in her devastating new single, “Funeral.”
When it comes to relationships, timing is everything. Sometimes, the timing doesn’t work out.
Hailing all the way from Girdwood, Alaska, 18-year-old Ava Earl is an avid fan of folklore. In fact, it was an encounter with Patricia C. Wrede’s The Enchanted Forest Chronicles that inspired her marvelous new single.
Hear it First!
The best way to overcome fear? Give it a name, and stare it right in the face.
Climb ‘The Mountain’.
There is no stopping the passage of time, and that realization hits harder when distance takes you further from the ones you love.
Hear ‘goodbye song’