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Live from the 615 Presents: Dan Fuson and Echo Pilot

At Live from the 615, we have ourselves a wide range of rock ready to go on Friday, May 21.

That evening, the action will start at 7 p.m. CT with Dan Fuson. The Nashville-based pop rock songwriter just released a new EP, Young + Improving, which reaches into the pop realm while maintaining an honest alt-rock edge. On May 21, Dan will bring these honest songs to life in front of the Live from the 615 audience.

Then at 8 p.m. CT, things get heavy! Nashville hard rock quartet Echo Pilot will check in, as they celebrate the release of their single, “Long Time Coming,” which is due out the same day! And, if their current singles “Harry Houdini” and “Field Day” are any indication, we can expect their entire performance to pack an eclectic punch!

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Live from the 615: King Locomotive and Beyond Here

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.

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Stone Cold Interviews: Owen St. and Jah Frida

UMC Contributor Michelle Stone is here with the first in her new series of Stone Cold Interviews.

Today, go with Michelle as she visits Nashville-based producers and artists Owen St. and Jah Frida to get the story on their new collaboration, “1,000.” Plus, they discuss forthcoming projects, the freedom they find in creating, and vulnerability in music.

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PREMIERE: Tess Unveils Stripped Version of ‘Fade Away (To Gray)’

The path we walk when embarking upon a creative path can be a lonely one, indeed. As we forge ahead toward our goals, we can feel the sense of isolation that comes with a less conventional path. Sometimes, we’re left wonder if anyone cares at all.

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