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PHOTOS: Pepperwood, Ali Aslam, and Mary Jennings at The East Room

On Sunday night, it was all about building community at The East Room.

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FULL DETAILS: ‘Hear Her Voice’ Safe Haven Family Shelter Benefit (June 7)

Last week, we delivered the news that we (in conjunction with NashLive!) are producing Hear Her Voice, an all-female songwriters night to benefit Safe Haven Family Shelter on Tuesday, June 7. The lineup features eight female performers, who will join us for featured sets at LTH Coffee & Social, located at 7113 Charlotte Ave. in West Nashville.

Are you ready for the lineup? Good, because we’re ready to give it to you!

Meet the Lineup

NashLive! Presents: Borrowed Sparks and Uplander at The Cobra Nashville

NashLive! will be back at The Cobra Nashville on Saturday, May 21 with Borrowed Sparks and Uplander.

What happens when you combine the raw heartfelt honesty of a singer-songwriter with the simmer angst of punk rock? You get Borrowed Sparks (Mike Bay), who has spent years drawing from these two contrasting styles to distill a batch of songs that feel like quiet confessions being shouted from the back of a dive bar.

Uplander, formed by songwriter Riley Haynie, pulls from shoegaze, post-punk, goth, and new wave. The result?Atmospherically heavy songs that maintain an edge of pop sensibility and appeal.

The best part? This is another free one in The Cobra’s front room! Music kicks off at 7:30 p.m., and you must be 21 or older to enter!

NEW SHOW ALERT: The Z-Man Experience, Borrowed Sparks, and Uplander at The Cobra on May 21

We’ve got photos coming from the most recent NashLive! show at The Cobra Nashville, featuring Pepperwood and Nicole Boggs & The Reel.

While you wait for those, we’re excited to tell you that we’ll be back there on Saturday, May 21 with The Z-Man Experience, Borrowed Sparks, and Uplander.

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TONIGHT: NashLive! Teams with Glasse Factory on ‘Songs for Ukraine’ Livestream

Tonight, we’re doing it live for the people of Ukraine.

Join NashLive!, Glasse Factory, Cole Law Group, and Helping Our Music Evolve tonight at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT for Songs for Ukraine. Donations throughout the event will benefit World Central Kitchen, which provides support for Ukrainian refugees in this time of crisis.

The concert features performances from Nashville-based artists across multiple genres. They include:

Watch the full stream at twitch.tv/glassefactory. Click the button below!

Sam Varga, Alyssa Lazar, and Borderline Natives at The East Room

With just three short years in Nashville, Sam Varga has already established himself as serious writer and dynamic performer. Coming up in the fast-paced punk scenes of his high school days and the blues of Austin, Texas, there is an edge and energy that makes his songs stand out in Music City. After quickly coming up through the writing ranks in Nashville, Sam turned his attention to his solo career, amassing more than a million streams on Spotify with 40,000 monthly listeners, and multiple viral videos with more than 100,000 TikTok followers. Coming off of multiple viral releases, his latest single “Fall Down” is a hint in a new direction, and a nod to his pop/punk and emo roots.

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 weekly performances at every venue throughout her hometown 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.

Borderline Natives have a streamlined alternative/pop punk sound that is being compared to Taking Back Sunday, Neck Deep, blink-182, and State Champs. The band’s lyrical content relates to those who have ever felt lost, those who have never belonged, and anyone who has experienced heartbreak or a loss of unity.

$10 | 18+ to enter | Must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a recent negative test to enter.

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NashLive! Announces NashNights! Music Industry Mixer on March 20

One of the goals of NashLive! is to build community, with artists and creatives of all disciplines, shapes, and sizes.

With that, we present you with the first of many invitations to get to know the NashLive! community, up close and personal!

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