We’re going Live from the 615 with three of Nashville’s most outstanding songwriting talents, including:
- Timothy Myles, Chicago-raised ‘Rockicana’ songwriter exploring collaborations and communication in music.
- Quinn O’Donnell, alt-rock songwriter known for her raw, emotional performances.
- Natasha Blaine, Seattle native whose jazz-influenced pop and R&B music captures a nostalgic, vintage feel.
With the weather warming up and the days becoming brighter in middle Tennessee, this much is clear: life begins anew, all around us.
Listen to UMC20
The first UMC20 of the month always gives us some catching up to do.
Listen to UMC20
Live music continues its comeback in Nashville. All around us, there are signs of 2021 being the revival we’ve hoped for.
If that means more sold out Music on the Move showcases at Marathon Music Works, sign us up!
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February is a bit of a paradox. It’s the shortest month on the calendar but, to our delight, there is never a shortage of superb tunes.
Listen to the Best of February
In these divided times, we need art to bring us together. Timothy Myles has answered the bell, calling us to unity on his latest single.
Hear the Single
We have a lot of tremendous full-band shows coming up over at Live from the 615.
Now, it’s time to show some love to the singer-songwriters among us.
With the punch of hard-hitting Southern gospel soul, Fallen Roads breaks out from under the veil of religion to discover that “there is no ride.”
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Today, let’s travel to the Big Apple, where Lew McKenzie just released something truly alluring.
Hear Thursday’s Daily SPinn
Throughout the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve all had a chance to go inward and work on our relationships — with others, of course, and with ourselves.
As for Las Vegas-based neo-soul artist Sabriel, she took her inner work and turned it into her latest single!
Hear ‘Love Again’