With a title like that, you know you’re in for some tunes that will make you feel all of the feels this week!
Art is expression, and sometimes, musicians have difficult emotions to express. We have a good handful of emotionally-charged tunes this week that will surely help you release what you’ve been holding in.
Breathe deep and get ready for these…
Songs You Should Hear: Jan. 21, 2022
Hear What You Should
Our first-ever show at The Cobra Nashville brought a gritty, authentic energy befitting of the venue.
See the Photos
The Ivins have been churning out single after single over the past couple of years, as they build to the release of their sophomore album, Conditions, due out on streaming platforms on Friday, November 19.
The latest, “Hide & Lie,” meets at the intersection of modern alternative and post-grunge, and is what vocalist/guitarist Jim Ivins refers to as “a confessional about liquid courage.”
Hear the Single
Summer may be really, officially, 100% over, but the breezy and carefree nature of the season lives on!
Hear ‘Hold Her Hand’
Photo credit: Bryan H. Iglesias
We all have pain from which we need to heal. If we don’t, we run the risk of passing that pain onto others — and particularly, to the people whom we claim to care about most.
Hear ‘Another Man’s Sin’
It’s a full-band affair this Thursday night!
Echo Pilot joins Michelle and Jenna at Real Music Nashville to play a game of Go Fish on Fun -N- Games!
Watch It Live! (6 p.m. CT)
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.
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)
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!
One thing was for sure: when Down Boy joined us Live from the 615 back on April 11, it was best not to blink. If you did, there was a chance you’d miss something incredible!
Watch the Performance