Summer may be really, officially, 100% over, but the breezy and carefree nature of the season lives on!Hear ‘Hold Her Hand’
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One must stay, and one must go. Those are the rules for tonight’s edition of Fun -N- Games, featuring New Jersey-born songsmith and actor, Troy Doherty.
Join Michelle and Jenna back at Helping Our Music Evolve as they hang with Troy. You’ll get to learn about his new EP, Calvin Court, and dive a bit into the spiritual realm. Plus, you’ll hear two in-studio, acoustic performances to send you home happy!Watch It Live! (6 p.m. CT)
Welp… we had so much fun announcing our August 18 Live from the 615 show at The East Room, that we’re going to go ahead and announce it again — with an updated lineup!Welcome Dan Fuson to the Lineup!
You may have noticed that we have a new location for our UMC Fun -N- Games tapings. That location is Real Music Nashville.
What you may not know is that Real Music Nashville founder Mitchell Ray hosts his own podcast, and we’re excited to share episodes with you as they are released!Hear the Podcast
The highly anticipated debut single from Multi Ultra is finally here, and it’s everything we expected from these two former members of Nashville’s beloved Sweet Fever. Just in time for summer, the familiar, feel-good vintage-pop/doo-wop-influenced sound perfectly contrasts the melancholy message of “Price I Pay.”Hear it First!
May gave us some of the most popular songs to this point in 2021. That’s what the site analytics tell us, anyway.Hear the Best of May
At Live from the 615, we have ourselves a wide range of rock ready to go on Friday, May 21.Read more
As you may be able to tell from this week’s UMC20 lineup, we’re more than a little excited for some of our upcoming shows.Listen to UMC20
When crafting his new EP, Young + Improving, Dan Fuson set out to stretch his musical boundaries, expanding his reach into the pop realm while maintaining an honest alt-rock edge.
After listening through, it’s clear that his creative spark paid dividends. The five-song collection goes beyond the guitar to create memorable musical moments, all while coping with the varying shades of loneliness that are all-too-familiar to a great number of Millennial creatives.Hear the EP