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ON SALE NOW: Music on the Move’s Aug. 31 LGBTQ+ Showcase at The East Room

A couple weeks back, we let you know that Music on the Move Studios had rescheduled their upcoming LGBTQ+ showcase — originally intended to take place on the eve of Nashville Pride Week — for Wednesday, August 31 at The East Room.

We’re back to tell you that the lineup is now complete!

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PHOTOS: A Night to Remember: A Belated New Year’s Experience

Through a complete reschedule, last-minute lineup changes, the threat of snow and, of course, the lingering spectre of the ‘rona, we did it. We officially-unofficially welcomed 2022 at The East Room, courtesy of NashLive!

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TONIGHT: A Belated New Year’s Experience at The East Room

Our entire focus turns to The East Room tonight. That is the site of NashLive!’s A Night to Remember: A Belated New Year’s Experience, sponsored by Commons Cannabis and hosted by Music City Movement.

We have a few reminders and housekeeping items to go over, as we set sail for adventure and make this one happen, better late than never!

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Get Ready for the NashLive! New Year’s Experience!

2021 has been a stellar and transformative year; one where we witnessed the triumphant return of live, non-virtual music. To celebrate, the folks behind NashLive! have one more trick up our sleeves as we say hello to the New Year.

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PHOTOS: Sarah Manzo, Dakota Ryley, and Julia Kahn at The East Room

Friday night was yet another opportunity for some of Music City’s most notable independent talents to take the stage at The East Room, courtesy of NashLive!

This time, it was an all-female lineup of Nashville-based pop artists who captured the crowd’s imagination.

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Songs You Should Hear: PuffHost Brings the Good Vibes, Esquire Brings the Love Back + More

I had an idea last week, somewhere in the midst of getting ready to move into my new apartment (Friday) and throw NashLive’s first ever festival (Saturday). That idea is to feature a few songs in a single article, quick hits-style, and to tell you what we like about them!

In the future, the idea is to have other UMC contributors (not just me) give their staff picks for the week. But for now, I don’t see any harm in starting this party. With that, I welcome you to…

Songs You Should Hear: October 6, 2021

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