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UMC20: Upcoming Performances, International Jams (April 12, 2022)

It’s a busy week around these parts. NashLive! has a couple shows — both in-person and virtual — and that’s always exciting. It also gives us plenty of tunes for UMC20.

That’s just part of the story, of course. We have artists spanning the globe featured this week, from as far away as New Zealand, as well as plenty right here at home. The genre spectrum is pretty well covered. All in all, this volume of UMC20 is surely memorable, and bound to have something you’ll want to replay over and over again.

Let’s get to it, then? Cool!

Listen to UMC20

UMC20: All the Feels (Nov. 16ish, 2021)

We were a day late with this one! That is indeed what happens when you have two shows and a whole lot of other fun stuff happening this week. Better late than never, right?

Nonetheless, we’re confident that this week’s UMC20 is worth the wait. We’re also confident that it will get you feeling something. There are a lot of heavier, more introspective songs here, befitting a time of year when it gets dark at 2 p.m. or something. ‘Tis the season, we suppose?

Of course, there’s plenty of fun, too. It’s all ready for you below!

Listen to UMC20!

Ele Ivory Tells You Why ‘We Can’t Be Friends’

Ele Ivory is setting up for a big end to the summer of 2021. She’s releasing her album, Drama Club Days, on Sept. 3. Three days later, she’ll join us (via Live from the 615) at The East Room for what’s sure to be a captivating night of female pop.

And then, there’s this: her potent new single, “We Can’t Be Friends.”

Hear the Single
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