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PHOTOS: Quinn O’Donnell, Tess, and Spirits Republic at The Cobra Nashville

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.

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The Stonewall Vessels Return on Their Terms with ‘Hallmaze’

The Stonewall Vessels spent a large portion of their pre-COVID lives touring and gigging constantly, playing 200+ shows from Nashville to Rhode Island, and everywhere in between.

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, they had to re-adjust. They bought their own recording equipment and got to work on new music.

The fruits of their efforts are starting to bloom — and the first new single is the song they’ve always wanted to write.

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UMC20: Firing Up the Sleigh (Dec. 15, 2020)

It’s pretty odd to think that we’re coming to the tail end of 2020. For one thing, things have actually picked up here considerably in UMC Land in December, with more live streams and all sorts of other fun on our plates. Imagine that — a December that actually gets busier as it goes.

For another, more obvious point: it has certainly felt at times like 2020 would never end, hasn’t it?

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REPLAY: Andrew C. Marshall Talks ‘Terrestrial Radio’

Andrew C. Marshall released his debut full-length album, Terrestrial Radio, on Oct. 30. The progressive, eclectic alternative rock record — produced by Mitch Dane at Nashville’s Sputnik Sound — is a mosaic, drawing from the Nashville-based songwriter’s vast musical palette.

We had a chance to chat with Andrew about the record, his upbringing in rural Utah, what the future holds. Watch below!

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UMC20: The Best of September 2020

Having a month with five Tuesdays simplifies and complicates the UMC20 Best Of selection process, all at once.

It’s simplified, for the fact that we try to pick five songs apiece from each of month’s prior four playlists. It’s complicated when narrowing it down to those five each, however, because there’s so much good stuff to choose from.

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