Exclusive Premiere: Crimson Calamity Debut Anti-Bullying Anthem “Heart of Steel”

Since the moment I first heard Crimson Calamity I fell in love with their high-energy, harmony-infused music. In fact, I featured an interview with them just after their debut EP “All In The Cards” was released back in February. From … Continued

Nashville Nights: Whiskey Jam, Showcases, and Basements – Oh MY!

Almost every Monday night I head out to the college-aged melting pot that is Midtown Nashville to experience new artists at Whiskey Jam. Some nights are better than others, some have more emerging talents, others have some Nashville main stays. … Continued

Tin Pan South: Check out these photos from day one!

My first night of my first Tin Pan South was really something special. I remember dreaming of coming to Nashville to witness songwriter rounds and hear the stories behind some of my favorite songs, and now here I am, sitting … Continued

Nashville Nights: Country Music Is Love’s Benefit Show

On Monday night I was lucky enough to attend a Charity fundraiser here in Nashville thrown by one of my favorite blogs of all time, Country Music Is Love, at The Listening Room. The show featured a wide variety of country … Continued

Interview: Crimson Calamity Kick A$$ & Take Names On Debut Album “All In The Cards”

High spirited singer/songwriting duo Crimson Calamity encompass badass, no-nonsense attitude on their debut EP “All In The Cards” due out on March 31st, 2015. Lauren Harding and Mallory Trunnell have been performing music as solo artists for pretty much as long as they can … Continued

Album Review: Musicians Thomm Jutz & Craig Market Showcase True Songwriting on “Nowhere To hide”

Thomm Jutz and Craig Market are two songwriters that came together to create a beautiful collection of songs essentially inspired by their love of solid storytelling and creative guitar dueling. Their first collection of songs as a duo, Nowhere to … Continued

Nashville Nights: Annie Bosko & Anthony Rankin Shake The Basement

  It’s not super often that you see a mix of mainstream country and masterful pop music take the stage in the very same night. Especially not in a venue as small and intimate as The Basement, a staple in Nashville’s up-and-coming … Continued

Interview: Jocelyn Arndt Debut Their Blues Inspired Sound on “Strangers In Fairyland”

The brother/sister duo, Jocelyn Arndt, made of up 19 year-old Jocelyn and 18 year-old Chris Arndt, infuse a sense of classic rock and blues into every single track on their debut EP Strangers In Fairyland. With an eclectic sound that … Continued

Hump Day Music: Maddie & Tae Perform “After The Storm Blows Through” @ The Opry

Still moving. Still crazed. Still excited. But then this morning I came across a performance from The Opry of Maddie & Tae doing a song called “After The Storm Blows Through.” And it was stunning. It  was one of those songs … Continued

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