Last week was a two-show week for NashLive! at The Cobra Nashville — and it was time to bring some rock back to the stage.See the Photos
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Ready to turn up the romance? Matt Sahadi has something for you that he calls “a dreamy summer ballad for the blissful hearts.”Read more
Here’s something we already know about Thursday, November 18: it’s going to rock, and rock hard.Learn More
Saturday night was a new adventure for our Live from the 615 series. It was the first time we hosted a show at East Nashville’s legendary venue, The 5 Spot.Read more
A Tribe of Horsman sit down with Jenna and Michelle tonight to drink all kinds of funky stuff. We play Dish or Drink on this edition of Fun -N- Games!Watch it Live (6 p.m. CT)
NEW SHOW: Borrowed Sparks, The Garden of Eden, and The Dirty Delusions at The 5 Spot on Saturday, July 10
Rock and roll returns to the Live from the 615 menu in a big way, just in time for our first-ever show at another iconic East Nashville venue!Learn More
It’s a brand-new game on an all-new edition of UMC Fun -N- Games!
Nashville-based rock artist Leilani Kilgore shares her inspiring story with Michelle Stone and Jenna Rose, while the trio plays a riveting game of Kiss/Marry/Kill.Watch it Live! (6 p.m. CT)
With the next stage of Nashville’s reopening now imminent, we’re branching Live from the 615 outside of the cozy confines of HOME and into the world!Learn more
Fresh off the release of her latest single, “Muddy River,” rock and roll songstress Monte Mader brings her heartfelt songwriting and unique style and attitude to the Helping Our Music Evolve stage.
Joining Monte on this special night of rock and roll with soul will be Lombardy. The Nashville-based four-piece are rising stars among Music City’s rock scene, with their new single, “Hurricane,” hitting land this month.
Brett “Shred” Landry is a native guitarist of the Oklahoma rock scene, and his style reflects it. A versatile player grounded by a passion for hard rock and blues, Shred has played for a number of touring Midwest bands since 2017. In addition to touring and recording with other bands, he also started “Brett Landry and the Night Shifts” in 2018 and later on dropped “Brett Landry” out of the name. With his unyielding drive to become a legendary guitarist, he brings a high-energy show every single time. As the man says himself, “If I can’t play music then I’d rather be dead.”