Sunday, May 16: Three parts of Detroit muscle, one part New York soul: that’s how to best describe King Locomotive, a tip of the hat to all things rock, who kick things off at 7 p.m. CT.
Joining them on the bill is Beyond Here (8 p.m. CT), a Nashville-based alternative rock band whose single “Go There” was premiered in August 2020 by Nashville radio station 102.9 The Buzz.
$10 virtual and in-person | All ages
At Live from the 615, we have ourselves a wide range of rock ready to go on Friday, May 21.
Is it just us, or has society felt a little too robotic lately?
‘My Baby Is An Android’
What happens when the one you love brings nothing but trouble to your life?
‘Where Do You Go From Here?’
What’s a “hybrid” show, you ask? It’s a show that you can attend virtually or, if you get your tickets quickly enough, in-person!
See the Lineups
We have a reschedule date for our Live from the 615 Virtual Showcase featuring Stray Nova and Borrowed Sparks!
Today, we present a song for those ready to make a difference.
Hear ‘Rebel Song’
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.”
For those in the know, one might see the title of VOLK’s new video, “Atlanta Dog,” and expect a song and visuals depicting a time too wild for most human consumption. The single — inspired by the jovial honky tonk tunes of Austin swamp country band Mayeux & Broussard, and the brazen honesty of Sarah Shook — borrows its title from a night of dangerous living by Waylon Jennings and drummer Richie Albright.
We’re always striving to bring you Nashville’s top talent at Live from the 615. On Friday, April 23, we’re proud to present a night of Nashville rock and roll — with an extra dash of soul!