Bursting onto the scene and through your speakers, Pennsylvania-based hard rockers StillCraft have arrived with their debut single — one which takes us through one of life’s toughest seasons.Hear it First!
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Prior to Memorial Day Weekend and our ensuing sabbatical, we hosted our first venue show in 15+ months via Live from the 615 — and it was incredible.See the Photos
Let’s check back in with that show we had with Borrowed Sparks and Stray Nova on May 7.Watch the Performance
The weekend is here, so let’s mark this momentous occasion with a cover of one of The Weeknd’s hits.Watch ‘Blinding Lights’
If you’ve been following Live from the 615 for a while, chances are you already know what you can expect from Stray Nova. The Tennessee quartet — formerly a trio — supplies blues rock with edge, soul and, in their own words, “a little bit of mischief.”Watch the Performance
What’s the truth, and what is a lie?
Find out when Scotty Chapman of The Garden of Eden joins Michelle and Jenna for Two Truths and a Lie, this Wednesday at 6 p.m. CT on #UMCFunNGames!Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
Despite our natural human tendency to desire closure at the end of a relationship, it doesn’t always come.Hear ‘Ellipses’
At Live from the 615, we have ourselves a wide range of rock ready to go on Friday, May 21.
That evening, the action will start at 7 p.m. CT with Dan Fuson. The Nashville-based pop rock songwriter just released a new EP, Young + Improving, which reaches into the pop realm while maintaining an honest alt-rock edge. On May 21, Dan will bring these honest songs to life in front of the Live from the 615 audience.
Then at 8 p.m. CT, things get heavy! Nashville hard rock quartet Echo Pilot will check in, as they celebrate the release of their single, “Long Time Coming,” which is due out the same day! And, if their current singles “Harry Houdini” and “Field Day” are any indication, we can expect their entire performance to pack an eclectic punch!
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With a bright summer on the horizon, Echo Pilot is here with a timely and triumphant anthem.It’s a ‘Long Time Coming’
Outer space is the place to be for all kinds of Nashville rock bands these days.Watch the Video