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Mckinley James Band
Aug
30
8:00 PM20:00

Mckinley James Band

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McKinley James is a 16-year-old Rock & Roll guitarist/singer from Rochester, NY.

His father, drummer Jason Smay (Los Straitjackets, JD McPherson Band) helped raise McKinley in a very musical household. He started on the Hammond organ at 7 but discovered his passion for guitar at 10. His influences range from Link Wray to Freddie King and Otis Redding. He started performing in Rochester blues and jazz clubs at age 13 and has performed with Chris Duarte, The Nighthawks, Joe Beard, and JD McPherson. McKinley is also the face of the latest Eric Church album campaign, having starred in his music videos, and also appears on the album cover for Church's latest record, Mr. Misunderstood. McKinley is also very excited to announce the release of his first EP, Live In Nashville. Record in October 2016, at the Family Wash.

 

facebook.com/mckinleyjamesmusic

www.mckinleyjames.com

mckinleyjames101@gmail.com

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Brother Maven
Sep
6
8:00 PM20:00

Brother Maven

Soul. Groove. Heritage.
 

Brothermaven.jpg

Plenty of words could be used to describe the music and performance of the Brother Maven (formally Daniel Mason Band), but these three stand out among all the rest. The band showcases a diversity of styles as they combine elements of Rhythm & Blues, Southern Soul, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Country to create their own distinct sound. The songs are comprised of catchy melodies, soaring vocals, and infectious rhythms that deeply resonate during even the first listen. Hailing from four different hometowns in four different states, Daniel, Scott, Jase and Joel formed the group in Nashville, Tennessee, after each making the move to pursue their own musical dreams. Now, they come together to create one of the most exciting and soulful original music experiences found in Music City. 


The belief in the power of one note to communicate a lifetime’s worth of heartache or triumph and the potential for one song to perfectly capture a feeling… the Daniel Mason Band seeks to fill their songs with the same human spirit that has made American music so powerful and relatable throughout the years and to repackage it for listeners in the modern day. 


Soul, groove, and heritage.


Brother Maven.

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Tony Keats
Aug
18
8:00 PM20:00

Tony Keats

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A fork in the road doesn't always look like a poem. To Tony Keats, it looked like a guy cashing in the nickels and dimes he’d saved to try out a different path. Or what he thought of as a different life.

Tony had spent the entirety of his 20s traveling with his band in a van bouncing around the Southeast playing college towns and juke joints from Georgia to Ohio and Memphis to Virginia before settling in Nashville.

“It got to the point where I was waiting tables between rehearsals and shows and saving my change, literally in jars. Frustrated from what felt like a lack of growth, I cashed it in at a grocery store, bought a computer and enrolled in software programming class."

It led to a different life professionally. But he wasn’t giving up on art or the dream – just finding a way to balance it all and learning that the writing happens always through experience, even when it doesn’t look and feel like writing.

"This was before everyone had Garage Band on their laptop and a recording devise in their pocket. What I didn't realize was that this would ultimately move me into the direction that I thought I was drifting away from." 

For the next chapter, in between his day job, Tony transitioned to a guitar-player-for-hire role playing with a wide variety of singer-songwriters both live and in the studio. But he never stopped writing leaving scraps in notebooks, and eventually, melodies on voice recordings and in computer programs.

Radio Sounds is a collection of songs from recent years. It was recorded at Howard’s Apartment Studio in Nashville and produced by Dave Coleman. 

“Most of these songs reflect on growth, change and continuing to move towards something -- whether it be art, love or happiness. I no longer think in terms of destinations or end results but more in terms of paths and changes.” 

In the song "The Dream," Keats alludes to that age-old philosophy recognized by many, regardless of their path: “When you dream of something for so long / it’s not the something that sets you free / it’s the dream.

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Mckinley James Band
Aug
16
8:00 PM20:00

Mckinley James Band

McKinley James.JPG

McKinley James is a 16-year-old Rock & Roll guitarist/singer from Rochester, NY.

His father, drummer Jason Smay (Los Straitjackets, JD McPherson Band) helped raise McKinley in a very musical household. He started on the Hammond organ at 7 but discovered his passion for guitar at 10. His influences range from Link Wray to Freddie King and Otis Redding. He started performing in Rochester blues and jazz clubs at age 13 and has performed with Chris Duarte, The Nighthawks, Joe Beard, and JD McPherson. McKinley is also the face of the latest Eric Church album campaign, having starred in his music videos, and also appears on the album cover for Church's latest record, Mr. Misunderstood. McKinley is also very excited to announce the release of his first EP, Live In Nashville. Record in October 2016, at the Family Wash.

 

facebook.com/mckinleyjamesmusic

www.mckinleyjames.com

mckinleyjames101@gmail.com

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Tony Keats
Aug
10
8:00 PM20:00

Tony Keats

Tony Keats.jpeg

A fork in the road doesn't always look like a poem. To Tony Keats, it looked like a guy cashing in the nickels and dimes he’d saved to try out a different path. Or what he thought of as a different life.

Tony had spent the entirety of his 20s traveling with his band in a van bouncing around the Southeast playing college towns and juke joints from Georgia to Ohio and Memphis to Virginia before settling in Nashville.

“It got to the point where I was waiting tables between rehearsals and shows and saving my change, literally in jars. Frustrated from what felt like a lack of growth, I cashed it in at a grocery store, bought a computer and enrolled in software programming class."

It led to a different life professionally. But he wasn’t giving up on art or the dream – just finding a way to balance it all and learning that the writing happens always through experience, even when it doesn’t look and feel like writing.

"This was before everyone had Garage Band on their laptop and a recording devise in their pocket. What I didn't realize was that this would ultimately move me into the direction that I thought I was drifting away from." 

For the next chapter, in between his day job, Tony transitioned to a guitar-player-for-hire role playing with a wide variety of singer-songwriters both live and in the studio. But he never stopped writing leaving scraps in notebooks, and eventually, melodies on voice recordings and in computer programs.

Radio Sounds is a collection of songs from recent years. It was recorded at Howard’s Apartment Studio in Nashville and produced by Dave Coleman. 

“Most of these songs reflect on growth, change and continuing to move towards something -- whether it be art, love or happiness. I no longer think in terms of destinations or end results but more in terms of paths and changes.” 

In the song "The Dream," Keats alludes to that age-old philosophy recognized by many, regardless of their path: “When you dream of something for so long / it’s not the something that sets you free / it’s the dream.

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Hi-Jivers
Aug
8
8:00 PM20:00

Hi-Jivers

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The Hi-Jivers are an early Rhythm & Blues/Rock N' Roll group formed in Nashville in early 2015. The combo performs a variety of originals and covers, drawing from the vintage sounds of 50's and 60's artists such as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed, Etta James, Johnny Burnette, Elvis Presley, and Wanda Jackson. The band is  made up of Dawna Zahn (lead vocals), Austin John (lead guitar) and Hank Miles (upright bass). The band's undeniable chemistry, sultry looks, and high energy performances make them an act not to be missed.

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John Tyler and The Chase
Jul
13
8:00 PM20:00

John Tyler and The Chase

John Tyler & The Chase is Retro Stadium-Rock with modern gusto. The band’s live shows have had audiences quaking across the southeast and midwest in anticipation of their debut single, dropping this Fall. Garnering early comparisons to past Rock and Roll giants for their dangerous sound with looks to match, John Tyler & The Chase are leading the way as Knights of the current Rock n’ Roll Renaissance.

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Tony Keats
Jul
12
8:00 PM20:00

Tony Keats

Tony Keats.jpeg

A fork in the road doesn't always look like a poem. To Tony Keats, it looked like a guy cashing in the nickels and dimes he’d saved to try out a different path. Or what he thought of as a different life.

Tony had spent the entirety of his 20s traveling with his band in a van bouncing around the Southeast playing college towns and juke joints from Georgia to Ohio and Memphis to Virginia before settling in Nashville.

“It got to the point where I was waiting tables between rehearsals and shows and saving my change, literally in jars. Frustrated from what felt like a lack of growth, I cashed it in at a grocery store, bought a computer and enrolled in software programming class."

It led to a different life professionally. But he wasn’t giving up on art or the dream – just finding a way to balance it all and learning that the writing happens always through experience, even when it doesn’t look and feel like writing.

"This was before everyone had Garage Band on their laptop and a recording devise in their pocket. What I didn't realize was that this would ultimately move me into the direction that I thought I was drifting away from." 

For the next chapter, in between his day job, Tony transitioned to a guitar-player-for-hire role playing with a wide variety of singer-songwriters both live and in the studio. But he never stopped writing leaving scraps in notebooks, and eventually, melodies on voice recordings and in computer programs.

Radio Sounds is a collection of songs from recent years. It was recorded at Howard’s Apartment Studio in Nashville and produced by Dave Coleman. 

“Most of these songs reflect on growth, change and continuing to move towards something -- whether it be art, love or happiness. I no longer think in terms of destinations or end results but more in terms of paths and changes.” 

In the song "The Dream," Keats alludes to that age-old philosophy recognized by many, regardless of their path: “When you dream of something for so long / it’s not the something that sets you free / it’s the dream.

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John Tyler and The Chase
Jun
29
8:00 PM20:00

John Tyler and The Chase

John Tyler & The Chase is Retro Stadium-Rock with modern gusto. The band’s live shows have had audiences quaking across the southeast and midwest in anticipation of their debut single, dropping this Fall. Garnering early comparisons to past Rock and Roll giants for their dangerous sound with looks to match, John Tyler & The Chase are leading the way as Knights of the current Rock n’ Roll Renaissance.

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Brother Maven
Jun
21
8:00 PM20:00

Brother Maven

Soul. Groove. Heritage.
 

Brothermaven.jpg

Plenty of words could be used to describe the music and performance of the Brother Maven (formally Daniel Mason Band), but these three stand out among all the rest. The band showcases a diversity of styles as they combine elements of Rhythm & Blues, Southern Soul, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Country to create their own distinct sound. The songs are comprised of catchy melodies, soaring vocals, and infectious rhythms that deeply resonate during even the first listen. Hailing from four different hometowns in four different states, Daniel, Scott, Jase and Joel formed the group in Nashville, Tennessee, after each making the move to pursue their own musical dreams. Now, they come together to create one of the most exciting and soulful original music experiences found in Music City. 


The belief in the power of one note to communicate a lifetime’s worth of heartache or triumph and the potential for one song to perfectly capture a feeling… the Daniel Mason Band seeks to fill their songs with the same human spirit that has made American music so powerful and relatable throughout the years and to repackage it for listeners in the modern day. 


Soul, groove, and heritage.


Brother Maven.

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Mckinley James Band
Jun
7
9:00 PM21:00

Mckinley James Band

McKinley James.JPG

McKinley James is a 16-year-old Rock & Roll guitarist/singer from Rochester, NY.

His father, drummer Jason Smay (Los Straitjackets, JD McPherson Band) helped raise McKinley in a very musical household. He started on the Hammond organ at 7 but discovered his passion for guitar at 10. His influences range from Link Wray to Freddie King and Otis Redding. He started performing in Rochester blues and jazz clubs at age 13 and has performed with Chris Duarte, The Nighthawks, Joe Beard, and JD McPherson. McKinley is also the face of the latest Eric Church album campaign, having starred in his music videos, and also appears on the album cover for Church's latest record, Mr. Misunderstood. McKinley is also very excited to announce the release of his first EP, Live In Nashville. Record in October 2016, at the Family Wash.

 

facebook.com/mckinleyjamesmusic

www.mckinleyjames.com

mckinleyjames101@gmail.com

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 Mckinley James Band
Jun
1
8:00 PM20:00

Mckinley James Band

McKinley James.JPG

McKinley James is a 16-year-old Rock & Roll guitarist/singer from Rochester, NY.

His father, drummer Jason Smay (Los Straitjackets, JD McPherson Band) helped raise McKinley in a very musical household. He started on the Hammond organ at 7 but discovered his passion for guitar at 10. His influences range from Link Wray to Freddie King and Otis Redding. He started performing in Rochester blues and jazz clubs at age 13 and has performed with Chris Duarte, The Nighthawks, Joe Beard, and JD McPherson. McKinley is also the face of the latest Eric Church album campaign, having starred in his music videos, and also appears on the album cover for Church's latest record, Mr. Misunderstood. McKinley is also very excited to announce the release of his first EP, Live In Nashville. Record in October 2016, at the Family Wash.

 

facebook.com/mckinleyjamesmusic

www.mckinleyjames.com

mckinleyjames101@gmail.com

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John Tyler and The Chase
May
31
8:00 PM20:00

John Tyler and The Chase

John Tyler & The Chase is Retro Stadium-Rock with modern gusto. The band’s live shows have had audiences quaking across the southeast and midwest in anticipation of their debut single, dropping this Fall. Garnering early comparisons to past Rock and Roll giants for their dangerous sound with looks to match, John Tyler & The Chase are leading the way as Knights of the current Rock n’ Roll Renaissance.

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Mckinley James Band
May
30
8:00 PM20:00

Mckinley James Band

McKinley James.JPG

McKinley James is a 16-year-old Rock & Roll guitarist/singer from Rochester, NY.

His father, drummer Jason Smay (Los Straitjackets, JD McPherson Band) helped raise McKinley in a very musical household. He started on the Hammond organ at 7 but discovered his passion for guitar at 10. His influences range from Link Wray to Freddie King and Otis Redding. He started performing in Rochester blues and jazz clubs at age 13 and has performed with Chris Duarte, The Nighthawks, Joe Beard, and JD McPherson. McKinley is also the face of the latest Eric Church album campaign, having starred in his music videos, and also appears on the album cover for Church's latest record, Mr. Misunderstood. McKinley is also very excited to announce the release of his first EP, Live In Nashville. Record in October 2016, at the Family Wash.

 

facebook.com/mckinleyjamesmusic

www.mckinleyjames.com

mckinleyjames101@gmail.com

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Brother Maven
May
25
8:00 PM20:00

Brother Maven

Soul. Groove. Heritage.
 

Brothermaven.jpg

Plenty of words could be used to describe the music and performance of the Brother Maven (formally Daniel Mason Band), but these three stand out among all the rest. The band showcases a diversity of styles as they combine elements of Rhythm & Blues, Southern Soul, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Country to create their own distinct sound. The songs are comprised of catchy melodies, soaring vocals, and infectious rhythms that deeply resonate during even the first listen. Hailing from four different hometowns in four different states, Daniel, Scott, Jase and Joel formed the group in Nashville, Tennessee, after each making the move to pursue their own musical dreams. Now, they come together to create one of the most exciting and soulful original music experiences found in Music City. 


The belief in the power of one note to communicate a lifetime’s worth of heartache or triumph and the potential for one song to perfectly capture a feeling… the Daniel Mason Band seeks to fill their songs with the same human spirit that has made American music so powerful and relatable throughout the years and to repackage it for listeners in the modern day. 


Soul, groove, and heritage.


Brother Maven.

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Tony Keats
May
1
8:00 PM20:00

Tony Keats

Tony Keats.jpeg

A fork in the road doesn't always look like a poem. To Tony Keats, it looked like a guy cashing in the nickels and dimes he’d saved to try out a different path. Or what he thought of as a different life.

Tony had spent the entirety of his 20s traveling with his band in a van bouncing around the Southeast playing college towns and juke joints from Georgia to Ohio and Memphis to Virginia before settling in Nashville.

“It got to the point where I was waiting tables between rehearsals and shows and saving my change, literally in jars. Frustrated from what felt like a lack of growth, I cashed it in at a grocery store, bought a computer and enrolled in software programming class."

It led to a different life professionally. But he wasn’t giving up on art or the dream – just finding a way to balance it all and learning that the writing happens always through experience, even when it doesn’t look and feel like writing.

"This was before everyone had Garage Band on their laptop and a recording devise in their pocket. What I didn't realize was that this would ultimately move me into the direction that I thought I was drifting away from." 

For the next chapter, in between his day job, Tony transitioned to a guitar-player-for-hire role playing with a wide variety of singer-songwriters both live and in the studio. But he never stopped writing leaving scraps in notebooks, and eventually, melodies on voice recordings and in computer programs.

Radio Sounds is a collection of songs from recent years. It was recorded at Howard’s Apartment Studio in Nashville and produced by Dave Coleman. 

“Most of these songs reflect on growth, change and continuing to move towards something -- whether it be art, love or happiness. I no longer think in terms of destinations or end results but more in terms of paths and changes.” 

In the song "The Dream," Keats alludes to that age-old philosophy recognized by many, regardless of their path: “When you dream of something for so long / it’s not the something that sets you free / it’s the dream.

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Brother Maven
Apr
28
7:00 PM19:00

Brother Maven

Soul. Groove. Heritage.
 

Brothermaven.jpg

Plenty of words could be used to describe the music and performance of the Brother Maven (formally Daniel Mason Band), but these three stand out among all the rest. The band showcases a diversity of styles as they combine elements of Rhythm & Blues, Southern Soul, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Country to create their own distinct sound. The songs are comprised of catchy melodies, soaring vocals, and infectious rhythms that deeply resonate during even the first listen. Hailing from four different hometowns in four different states, Daniel, Scott, Jase and Joel formed the group in Nashville, Tennessee, after each making the move to pursue their own musical dreams. Now, they come together to create one of the most exciting and soulful original music experiences found in Music City. 


The belief in the power of one note to communicate a lifetime’s worth of heartache or triumph and the potential for one song to perfectly capture a feeling… the Daniel Mason Band seeks to fill their songs with the same human spirit that has made American music so powerful and relatable throughout the years and to repackage it for listeners in the modern day. 


Soul, groove, and heritage.


Brother Maven.

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Hi-Jivers
Apr
27
9:00 PM21:00

Hi-Jivers

Hijivers pic.PNG

The Hi-Jivers are an early Rhythm & Blues/Rock N' Roll group formed in Nashville in early 2015. The combo performs a variety of originals and covers, drawing from the vintage sounds of 50's and 60's artists such as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed, Etta James, Johnny Burnette, Elvis Presley, and Wanda Jackson. The band is  made up of Dawna Zahn (lead vocals), Austin John (lead guitar) and Hank Miles (upright bass). The band's undeniable chemistry, sultry looks, and high energy performances make them an act not to be missed.

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The Ransom Notes
Mar
31
8:00 PM20:00

The Ransom Notes

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Describing The Ransom Notes’ sound in a single word is an impossible task. Schooled in the precision of classical music and steeped in homegrown tradition, The Ransom Notes epitomize the phrase “best of both worlds”. Drawing inspiration from genres such as bluegrass, folk, Americana, and Celtic fiddling, this eclectic group has enthralled audiences for nearly two decades. The band never fails to amaze with its exceptional talent on a multitude of different instruments including fiddle, cello, mandolin, guitar, banjo, and dobro. In addition to instrumental prowess, The Ransom Notes inspire audiences with soulful vocals that are considered by many to be one of the best features of this talented ensemble.

The Ransom Notes have been blessed with numerous opportunities to share their music across the country through performances at many prestigious venues and festivals including The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, Musicians Corner Concert Series in Nashville, TN, Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion in Bristol, VA, Dollywood BBQ & Bluegrass Festival in Sevierville, TN, and countless others. In addition to their extensive performance resume, The Ransom Notes have also filmed several TV appearances for PBS, including the award-winning “Bluegrass Underground” series in McMinnville, TN, “Song of the Mountains” in Marion, VA, and “Music City Roots” in Nashville. Along the way, The Ransom Notes have had the opportunity to appear on bills with many notable artists including Paul Simon, Yo-Yo Ma, Steve Earle, Del McCoury, The SteelDrivers, Jesse McReynolds, Rhonda Vincent, The Gibson Brothers, and Sierra Hull to name just a few.

After many years of earning a reputation along the Front Range of Colorado, The Ransom Notes relocated from its long-time home base to be at the heart of the music industry in Nashville, Tennessee. This change in scenery has continued to increase the popularity of the group, and you can catch them performing at venues from California to Virginia and everywhere in between.

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Hi-Jivers
Mar
22
8:00 PM20:00

Hi-Jivers

Hijivers pic.PNG

The Hi-Jivers are an early Rhythm & Blues/Rock N' Roll group formed in Nashville in early 2015. The combo performs a variety of originals and covers, drawing from the vintage sounds of 50's and 60's artists such as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed, Etta James, Johnny Burnette, Elvis Presley, and Wanda Jackson. The band is  made up of Dawna Zahn (lead vocals), Austin John (lead guitar) and Hank Miles (upright bass). The band's undeniable chemistry, sultry looks, and high energy performances make them an act not to be missed.

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John Tyler and The Chase
Mar
15
8:00 PM20:00

John Tyler and The Chase

John Tyler & The Chase is Retro Stadium-Rock with modern gusto. The band’s live shows have had audiences quaking across the southeast and midwest in anticipation of their debut single, dropping this Fall. Garnering early comparisons to past Rock and Roll giants for their dangerous sound with looks to match, John Tyler & The Chase are leading the way as Knights of the current Rock n’ Roll Renaissance.

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Tony Keats
Mar
14
8:00 PM20:00

Tony Keats

Tony Keats.jpeg

A fork in the road doesn't always look like a poem. To Tony Keats, it looked like a guy cashing in the nickels and dimes he’d saved to try out a different path. Or what he thought of as a different life.

Tony had spent the entirety of his 20s traveling with his band in a van bouncing around the Southeast playing college towns and juke joints from Georgia to Ohio and Memphis to Virginia before settling in Nashville.

“It got to the point where I was waiting tables between rehearsals and shows and saving my change, literally in jars. Frustrated from what felt like a lack of growth, I cashed it in at a grocery store, bought a computer and enrolled in software programming class."

It led to a different life professionally. But he wasn’t giving up on art or the dream – just finding a way to balance it all and learning that the writing happens always through experience, even when it doesn’t look and feel like writing.

"This was before everyone had Garage Band on their laptop and a recording devise in their pocket. What I didn't realize was that this would ultimately move me into the direction that I thought I was drifting away from." 

For the next chapter, in between his day job, Tony transitioned to a guitar-player-for-hire role playing with a wide variety of singer-songwriters both live and in the studio. But he never stopped writing leaving scraps in notebooks, and eventually, melodies on voice recordings and in computer programs.

Radio Sounds is a collection of songs from recent years. It was recorded at Howard’s Apartment Studio in Nashville and produced by Dave Coleman. 

“Most of these songs reflect on growth, change and continuing to move towards something -- whether it be art, love or happiness. I no longer think in terms of destinations or end results but more in terms of paths and changes.” 

In the song "The Dream," Keats alludes to that age-old philosophy recognized by many, regardless of their path: “When you dream of something for so long / it’s not the something that sets you free / it’s the dream.

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Daniel Mason Band
Mar
8
8:00 PM20:00

Daniel Mason Band

Soul. Groove. Heritage.
 

Daniel Mason Band pic.jpg

Plenty of words could be used to describe the music and performance of the Daniel Mason Band, but these three stand out among all the rest. The band showcases a diversity of styles as they combine elements of Rhythm & Blues, Southern Soul, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Country to create their own distinct sound. The songs are comprised of catchy melodies, soaring vocals, and infectious rhythms that deeply resonate during even the first listen. Hailing from four different hometowns in four different states, Daniel, Scott, Jase and Joel formed the group in Nashville, Tennessee, after each making the move to pursue their own musical dreams. Now, they come together to create one of the most exciting and soulful original music experiences found in Music City. 


The belief in the power of one note to communicate a lifetime’s worth of heartache or triumph and the potential for one song to perfectly capture a feeling… the Daniel Mason Band seeks to fill their songs with the same human spirit that has made American music so powerful and relatable throughout the years and to repackage it for listeners in the modern day. 


Soul, groove, and heritage.


The Daniel Mason Band.

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Hi-Jivers
Mar
1
8:00 PM20:00

Hi-Jivers

Hijivers pic.PNG

The Hi-Jivers are an early Rhythm & Blues/Rock N' Roll group formed in Nashville in early 2015. The combo performs a variety of originals and covers, drawing from the vintage sounds of 50's and 60's artists such as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed, Etta James, Johnny Burnette, Elvis Presley, and Wanda Jackson. The band is  made up of Dawna Zahn (lead vocals), Austin John (lead guitar) and Hank Miles (upright bass). The band's undeniable chemistry, sultry looks, and high energy performances make them an act not to be missed.

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Hi-Jivers
Feb
22
8:00 PM20:00

Hi-Jivers

Hijivers pic.PNG

The Hi-Jivers are an early Rhythm & Blues/Rock N' Roll group formed in Nashville in early 2015. The combo performs a variety of originals and covers, drawing from the vintage sounds of 50's and 60's artists such as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Jimmy Reed, Etta James, Johnny Burnette, Elvis Presley, and Wanda Jackson. The band is  made up of Dawna Zahn (lead vocals), Austin John (lead guitar) and Hank Miles (upright bass). The band's undeniable chemistry, sultry looks, and high energy performances make them an act not to be missed.

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John Tyler and The Chase
Feb
15
8:00 PM20:00

John Tyler and The Chase

John Tyler & The Chase is Retro Stadium-Rock with modern gusto. The band’s live shows have had audiences quaking across the southeast and midwest in anticipation of their debut single, dropping this Fall. Garnering early comparisons to past Rock and Roll giants for their dangerous sound with looks to match, John Tyler & The Chase are leading the way as Knights of the current Rock n’ Roll Renaissance.

John Tyler and the Chase.JPG
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