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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 2, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 Advance / $7 Day of Show

Heyrocco

Modern Vices

Self-proclaimed dirty doo-wop, Modern Vices are Alex, Peter, Thomas, Patrick, and Miles. They hail from Chicago. Noir in tone, their sound resides somewhere between late '50s croon and wet garage rock snarl. Their self-recorded, eponymous, LP drops in October via Los Angeles' Autumn Tone Records. A romantic revolution.

Dogs of Oz

 

 

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 7, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Fuente

http://fuentemusic.com/

Nashville, TN based band. Melodically sophisticated vintage synth textures and hip-hop inspired beats.

Fox Grin

http://foxgrin.bandcamp.com/

Fox Grin is an Art Rock band from Atlanta, GA. Characterized by innovative song formulas, classical yet contemporaryarrangements, strong rock grooves and melodies, Fox Grin creates painting-like soundscapes while maintaining a pop song sensibility.

Walking Man

http://www.walkingmanmusic.com/

Walking Man is an indie rock duo rooted in psychedelic folk and experimental pop. Ever-embracing of the avant-garde, Walking Man have a free-spirited and inventive approach to musical compositions and instrumentation, one that allows them to explore a sonic universe rich with theatrics and mystical storytelling. Heavily-influenced by the various regional and folk traditions of the Appalachian, the Mississippi Delta, and those of West Africa, as well as 60s pop and psychedelia, Walking Man is a band that knows no boundaries. Their creative influences span traditions across centuries and decades, a playground affording them much room for inspiration and reinvention.

Apollo LTD

http://weareapolloltd.com/

Birthed out of ambition to create a sonic environment that is new and fresh in the alternative pop/rock world, Apollo LTD has quickly garnered attention as a creative innovator and live act in the rising alternative scene in Nashville. Apollo LTD is the amalgamation of established long time creative partners and collaborators Jordan Phillips and Adam Stark. Having spent the past 8 years of their lives writing, producing, and touring in various bands and projects, Jordan and Adam have uncovered new creative earth within the Apollo LTD moniker.
 

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 7, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 Advanced / $7 Day of Show

DEDSA

http://dedsa.squarespace.com

DEDSA formed in 2011 in Nashville, TN, driven to explore modern electronic music in a more visceral rock n' roll format. On their debut album Thrash Plastik, Cretaceous guitar sounds mix with squelching, hard-edged synthesizers over meteoric bass and massive electronic drums. Via propulsive, tonal rhythms, barbaric riffs and kaleidoscopic melodies, DEDSA howls through a distorted reflection of the modern world and its collision of the virtual with the real.

Sad Baxter

http://www.sadbaxter.com

Deezy and Alex are Sad Baxter. They live in Nashville. They met when Deezy left a note on Alex's door because she had no friends. Deezy still has no friends.

Milk People

http://www.milkppl.com

Milk People is the brainchild of Nigel Wilson, Garrett Baber, and Emma Holden. Inspired by St. Vincent, The Talking Heads, and David Bowie, the sound they create is uniquely refreshing. Once the three met, they began writing immediately, and the songs didn't stop coming. Soon, they had enough songs to venture into Nashville's dense live music scene.

KROVI

https://www.facebook.com/thisisKROVI/

RRTIST ∞ PRODUCRR ∞ PRRFORMER

 

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 9, 2016 5:00 pm CDT (4:00 pm DOORS)
$15 General Admission

a facial hair competition

13 different categories | Registration 4:00 - 6:00 pm CST | Competition starts at 6:15 pm CST

Proceeds benefit Tennessee Wildlife Foundation

mpsnashville.com

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue July 12, 2016 7:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$25 Advance / $35 Day of Show

Sponsored by: Cinco De Mayo- Mexican Restaurant

Gondwana

GONDWANA, es sin dudas una de las bandas más fuertes del reggae latinoamericano. Formado en Chile en 1987, elgrupo mantiene una trayectoria muy destacada, con ventas multiplatino y presentaciones de los mejores festivales de toda Latinoamérica (Reggae On the River en California, Rock al Parque en Bogotá, Vive Latino en México, Pepsi Music en Buenos Aires, Cosquín Rock en Córdoba, Quito Fest en Ecuador y varias apariciones en el Festival de Viña del Mar son testigos de su impacto masivo).

Los Pericos

Los Pericos is an Argentine band formed in 1987. The band has enjoyed international success, especially throughout South America. In 2006, the band received some notable exposure for North American audiences when featured on an episode of Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations. The band was also featured in the 2000 documentary, Botín de guerra (Spoils of war).

Aprendiz

Alternative Spanish Rock band based in Nashville TN.

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue July 12, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 Advance /$12 Door

The Savants of Soul

http://www.savantsofsoul.com

Over the past two years, a phenomenon has taken Gainesville's live music scene by storm. That phenomenon is the 10-piece soul band The Savants of Soul. Blending the sounds of 1960s and 1970s soul with influences as far-ranging as indie rock, ska, punk and jazz, this veritable soul orchestra is sure to keep you moving and grooving to their big, horn-driven sound.

 

Cumberland Blue

https://www.reverbnation.com/cumberlandblue

Their combined ages barely exceeds the age of one member of the Rolling Stones, yet when Cumberland Blue performs suddenly age, musical labels and everything else dissolves into a formidable wall of sound unlike anything else in contemporary music. Their unique blues/rock vibe is captured on the band’s debut EP Awakening.
The six-piece band calls Nashville home, but like Jack White, King of Leon and Sheryl Crow, Cumberland Blue is expanding the perception of Music City. “We are literally rooted in the blues, but our sound has come far from there,” says lead vocalist Chloe Kohanski. “It’s taking the blues, but definitely putting a more modern twist on it with an emphasis on rock and a little bit more of a gritty sound. We started with blues and we’re changing and evolving.”

 

Sam Polatsek

 

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed July 13, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$13 Advance / $15 Day Of Show

Yoni & Geti

When we last left David Cohn (Serengeti) and Yoni Wolf, it was 2011—the year of the Rabbit, the year of Occupy Wall Street, and their first collaborative album, Serengeti’s Family & Friends. Somewhere amidst Charlie Sheen’s meltdown and Oprah’s last episode, the duo dropped one of the most simultaneously bleak and hilarious song cycles ever conceived, replete with tales of bigamy, reinventions of self, addiction, and disgraced UFC fighters. Woe leavened by whimsy. 

A half-decade later, Serengeti and Wolf (principal songsmith of the band WHY?), have returned with Testarossa. Due in May 2016 on Joyful Noise Recordings, it soundtracks a script the pair penned while on tour together. Every song conceptualizes the saga of star-crossed lovers, Maddy and Davy. 

After Davy got Maddy pregnant, he proposed. The ceremony was a lovely, traditional affair. Shortly thereafter, Davy’s band took off and he rode the wave of garage rock revival. But alas, soon their music went out of vogue, and the tastemakers left them for dead. No blog would touch them with a ten-word post, but Davy never gave up. Music was the only life he knew, the only way he could pay the bills and process the pain. 

So he took any gig he could get, canvassing the road, hoping to ignite his career at sparsely attended shows from Hoboken to Hamburg, Germany. Times were tough. Davy barely had any income to send home to Maddy and their now two children. With her husband on the road, she was forced to take a job as a cocktail waitress. Slightly debased, and getting hit on all the time, she eventually took solace in the arms of Davy’s old high school best friend/ex-bandmate. 

Testarossa captures this disarray and emotional turbulence, cold Decembers and dark memories. On opening song, “Umar Rashid,” Serengeti (as Davy) tells the listeners that he’s as troubled as can be. “Allegheny” finds him fretting over melancholic pianos, nostalgically assuaging his own guilt, mentioning the model Testarossa he brought home for his children. Yoni croons, “I told you once, I told you twice, sweetie pie, I’m cold as ice… I have to catch this flight.” 

The sentiment distills the slow decay of the album. It’s a high-concept examination of lives crumbling. The despair of a lovable underdog who chased his dreams so relentlessly that he lost those he loved the most. He misses his kids, but still lives a debauched life away. 

As always, there’s the undercurrent of sadness and regrets, sin and repentance, the juxtaposition of bleak reality, the surreal, and dark humor. It’s a dirty, weird and brilliant album that becomes more stark and visceral with every listen. This is love and willful destruction sharing a beer and a shot—the soundtrack to wrong decisions and crooked twists of fate. Yoni & Geti. Testarossa.

 

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 14, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$8 General Admission

 

Matt Hires

Kyle Cox

Now firmly pledged to the historic fraternity of Nashville songwriters, Kyle Cox has the tools at his disposal to build a solid bridge that leads to a long career. And it all begins and ends with just one thing: the song. When asked to describe the feeling he gets when he finishes writing a song and he can say to himself, “That’s it! I got it!,” Cox doesn’t hesitate for a second to respond, “Oh dude, that’s the best feeling in the world. I love it, man!”

Kirby Brown

Returning back to Dallas after another extensive tour, Kirby decided it was time for a change and moved to New York. A songsmith at his core, Kirby is constantly writing. He has a long relationship with the roots tradition and counts John Prine, The Rolling Stones, Joni Mitchell, and Warren Zevon as influences, as well as writers and poets such as Theodore Roethke, Flannery O'Connor, John Steinbeck, and JD Salinger. He recently recorded an album at the legendary FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The theme of this new record is a continuation of what his writing has always striven for—growing up and adjusting to the tides of change, searching for light in dark places, regret, hope, love, and redemption in the mundane repetition of everyday life.

Carl Anderson

"His adept folksy songwriting and never-fail sense of humor took him from a local festival staple to a full-time Tennessee troubadour. His earnest lyrics, sincere, rich baritone vocals and simple acoustic guitar stylings find him trailing a long wake of critical praise."

 

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 14, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$13 Advance / $15 Day of Show
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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 15, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 Advance / $12 Day of Show

DYNAMO

http://dynamo-music.com

Dynamo is Nashville-based, nationally touring band whose music fuses jazz, rock, and funk with elements of soul and R&B. The culmination is a sound that’s both spontaneous and composed—and an energy that’s undeniably infectious. 

MUDDY MAGNOLIAS

http://www.muddymagnolias.com

"a sound that melds city grit and Delta dirt, exploding onstage not like two lead singers but more like parts of the same whole...performed as if Mick Jagger and Keith Richards inhabited the Indigo Girls"...Rolling Stone

JESS NOLAN

http://www.jessnolanmusic.com

Jess Nolan, a 23-year-old New Jersey native labeled as an old soul, has been compared to strong female songwriters like Joni Mitchell and Carole King.

RJ BRACCHITTA

 

http://www.rjbracchittamusic.com

I love to listen, create and simply be involved in any musical experience. It is the one constant fulfillment in my life and I cannot imagine where I would be without it. Those who make music are thrown into all sorts of different categories, but we can agree on the same feeling that keeps us coming back for more. It’s a funny thing to describe because it’s intricate and simple. Like anything else, love would have to fit somewhere in the working definition, but it’s beyond even that - it’s love and hate. It’s full of emotion, yet emotionless. Like I said, it’s a tough one to describe. Sometimes music and the baggage that it carries are better off embraced than explained. The point is, I’m going to put every ounce of my being into music because I know that it will give back. It will run through me and eventually make its way out to you.

 

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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 15, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5.00
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One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 16, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Valentine Saloon

The Tip

A need to play, live and love Rock and Roll to its fullest potetial brought The Tip together in the spring of 2014. Formed as a supergroup from Nashville's finest rock and roll bands rolled into one, The Tip plays faster, harder, louder and tighter than anyone that has crossed their path. The band doesn't even need to play a note before people start turning heads to see what these four cast of characters have to offer. Late nights, hot licks and boundless energy are exactly The Tip are made of. Rock and Roll dreams never get this good.

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 16, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$7 Advance / $10 Day of Show

Boom Forest

http://boomforest.com

Boom Forest is the spiritual incarnation of John Paul Roney, a Nashville-based songwriter and an evangelist for a contemporary folk tradition forwarding humanism in the face of our looming techno-apocalypse. Begin with the acoustic introspection of Bob Dylan, add artful electronic production cues a la Kid A, and layer in multi-part harmonies that would be at home in a Southern Baptist choir, and you’re on your way into the sound Boom Forest makes from the automated woods of Tomorrow. 

A son of Wisconsin, John Paul’s musical education began in his smalltown church, where he taught himself to harmonize to hymns so he could sing alongside his family. He never learned to read music, but whatever he did, it worked—he was soon traveling across Europe, the Americas, and Asia as the soloist for an internationally regarded boy choir. As he began writing his own songs, he quickly realized music could be a portal to people’s innermost sanctums, and that the right song could be a powerful vehicle for truth and beauty. John Paul’s whole artistic project centers on building authentic human connections: his live show features a rotating support cast of mutual best friends (most notably including members of Phox and Foreign Fields); a hush comes over the entire barroom whenever John Paul begins the subtle a cappella vocals of “No Lion”; and if he politely asks the audience to forget their smartphones for a minute, they do so happily, because the Boom Forest stage show is an experience so visceral and immediate that you’d hate lose a moment of it to mediated reality. 

Such folk earnestness is central to John Paul’s approach to art. For years, he toured the country without recorded music, simply to practice the folk tradition of the wandering bard. He spent the entirely of 2010 allowing himself access only to the objects and technologies people had access to in the 60s, a sort of techno-cleanse for the purposes of artistic and spiritual development. The resulting music was heartfelt and observant, a meditation on what it means to be human in an increasingly automated world. Boom Forest’s forthcoming album “Post Knight Errant” is a new chapter in a world in which there is and eternal struggle between humans and machines: in the post-apocalyptic White City, techno-golems have imprisoned humans in a symbiotic stasis to feed on their life force. The Boom Forest canon serves as an evolving battle hymn to help humanity reawaken - the message: better to live and die a human than to sleepwalk through eternal digital slavery.

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue July 19, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$20 General Admission

The Wombats

Los Angeles: a city of contrasts. On one hand, a metropolis of aspirations, a place which offers the transient a tantalising glimpse of glamour and permanence. On the other, many dreams drift away, deserted within an urban personification of unfulfilled ambitions. It might not seem like the most obvious place around which to theme an album for a band rooted in Liverpool (albeit via Norway in the case of bassist Tord Øverland Knudsen, or onto London for frontman Matthew 'Murph' Murphy), but that's precisely what The Wombats have done with their third set "Glitterbug," a collection which follows their top five hit "This Modern Glitch." 

Coast Modern

Standing Room Only / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 22, 2016 8:30 pm CDT (7:30 pm DOORS)
$3 General Admission

Lasso Spells

https://twitter.com/lassospells

https://www.facebook.com/lassospells/

Lawndry

https://twitter.com/lawndry_band

https://www.facebook.com/Sudonistas/

The Minks

https://www.facebook.com/theminksss/

Crease Reader

https://www.facebook.com/creasereader/

https://twitter.com/creasereader

Okey Dokey

https://www.facebook.com/okeydokeyband/

The JAG

https://www.facebook.com/jagmississippi/

https://twitter.com/thejagjagjag

Black Venus

https://www.facebook.com/RunVenusRun/

https://twitter.com/creasereader

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 22, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Boomlights

http://www.boomlightsband.com

By accident or on purpose you have reached the official band site for Boomlights. We would like to applaud you if the reason being was the latter of the two, but what do we say on here? Ah, yes – we are a four piece band hailing from Nashville, TN that is in the process of recording a full length EP. Earlier in 2015 we released our home recorded EP entitled “Aren't You Curious?” as a band who was finding their voice, experimenting with different genres with the sole intent of writing intricately structured songs containing catchy melodies woven in and out.

It was after we had recorded the track “Take It Or Leave Me Alone” from the first EP that we felt like we had found a sound feeling like home. It was brotherly to the very first track we'd written together called “Behave Like Animals” and so we took it upon ourselves to revisit this song and record it but only if it was live.

This part of the journey lead us to Tate Mercer and studio FortyOne Fifteen in East Nashville where we took two days to record the track. The gorgeous house lent us the opportunity to track most parts of the song live, allowing us to vibe and jam all in the same room as we tried our best to capture the high energy and seemingly uncharted tempo breaks around every corner of the tune. With the help of Tate Mercer and Benjamin Dunn the song was fully realized and more sonically expansive than we could have even imagined.

Nick Swan Band

https://nickswan.bandcamp.com/

Maddie Medley

https://maddiemedley.bandcamp.com/

Casey Jo & The Friday Night Dads

https://www.reverbnation.com/caseyjostohrer

Nashville-based Casey Jo & the Friday Night Dads offer a fresh take on the worn-out Americana format. In the spirit of a wry, deadpan Tom Petty or Bruce Springsteen, Casey Jo’s voice tells cosmic slice-of-life stories that get straight to the point, while the Friday Night Dads lay down rootsy garage-pop grooves. Crafting back-to-basics songs that touch upon the often strange, dark side of a new working-class life in the 21st century, Casey Jo & the Friday Night Dads are a brutally honest, no-frills alternative to alternative country.

 

 

 

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 23, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

STAGOLEE

http://www.stagoleemusic.com/

Stagolee began as a blues duo out of Starkville, Mississippi, and now as a 5 piece they bring a heart-felt, aggressive Rock N' Roll sound to the table. They stay busy playing the East Side of the States and booking Festivals and Clubs regionally. Stagolee has three records out "Stagolee & The Fancy Face", "Take What You Want", and their most recent "The Latest Craze.

THE BURPS

http://theburps.bandcamp.com/releases

EVENT HORIZON

http://eventhorizonofficial.com/

FRANCES AND THE FOUNDATION

Frances and the Foundation began in 2010 when two friends wrote a song in their living room. Through the years, the band has experienced several member changes, but never lost touch with their 90’s alternative rock sound coupled with pop sensibilities. 

http://francesandthefoundation.com

THE FUTURE

This indie pop quartet of brothers and friends calls Nashville, Tennessee, home – having come together from disparate parts of the country to form a band that creates highly danceable jams that resemble Franz Ferdinand and Spoon’s electro-tinged love child.

http://www.thefuturewebsite.com 

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 23, 2016 9:30 pm CDT (8:30 pm DOORS)
$15 Early Bird GA / $20 GA

My So-Called Band: The Ultimate 90’s Experience!

My So-Called Band is your favorite flannel shirt + ripped denim + Doc Martens ensemble that somehow survived high school & your ex's repeated attempts at thievery. It never got dumped at Goodwill & still fits better than anything you’ve worn since. Or maybe tube tops and jelly flops were more your thing…

My So-Called Band parties begin with a favorite 90’s pastime: watching a little TV with a few (hundred, maybe thousand) F•R•I•E•N•D•S. A 10-minute video collage of pre-millenium pop culture (TV, movies, commercials, etc.) reminds you of a time when you knew all of the words to “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” because, trust us, you still do. For the next two-and-a-half hours, This Is How We Do It:

Hip-hop boldly reinvented itself - nothing will ever top Biggie, Tupac or the magical combo of Dr. Dre & Snoop Dog. En Vogue, R. Kelly & Aaliyah took mainstream R&B far beyond anything we’d heard before. From Ace of Base to Britney and Mariah, the 90’s wrote the pop perfection blueprint that is still being used today. These were the years of alternative rock radio’s time in the sun - Green Day,  The Cranberries, Third Eye Blind, while Nirvana, Nine Inch Nails & Red Hot Chili Peppers raged against the machine

Can you tell we love this music? We do. We’re not a “cover band.” An all-star roster of Nashville-based studio & touring professionals, we’re dedicated to performing these songs exactly the way they sound on your mix CDs. You should think of My So-Called Band as “The Dream Team.”

Our Starting Five play/have played for such acts as Ben Folds, The Pink Spiders, Tristen, The Privates, Lifeboy, De Novo Dahl, Feeble Weiner, Hotpipes & many, many others, as well as working with producers Ric Ocasek, Jerry Harrison, Roger Moutenot, Dave Fridmann, Matt Mahaffey, etc.

Rotating in and out of the game, previous and current special guest performers have worked with Wanda Jackson, Deer Tick, The Nobility, Johnny Corndawg (Johnny Fritz), Caitlin Rose, Wild Cub, etc.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue July 26, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$7 General Admission

Staying for the Weekend

http://stayingfortheweekend.bandzoogle.com/

Raw energy. A lust for life. Gripping Narratives. With this unique combination as the prominent force driving Nashville indie-garage rockers Staying for the Weekend, it's not hard to fall in love. Their marriage of youthful energy mixed with thought provoking lyricsm establishes a unique landscape in today’s alternative rock scene.

Forest Fire Gospel Choir

https://soundcloud.com/forest-fire-gospel-choir

A Nashville based roots rock band originally formed during a recording project in rural Arkansas. Forged out of analog vibes and good times, FF//GC has a sound somewhere in between Dr. Dog, Joe Cocker, and Kings of Leon. With a combination of soul music, blues, garage rock, and bourbon, Forest Fire Gospel Choir is here to make love to your ears holes.

Rock Eupora

http://www.rockeupora.com

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1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed July 27, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Truett

http://www.truettofficial.com/

People often talk about musicians needing to “pay their dues” before they deserve success. Truett has paid his many times over; enough to treat himself and ten friends to an all expenses paid trip straight to the top. Sweating it out night after night in blues bars around the South, screaming into the bright lights and cigarette smoke like the ghost of Howlin’ Wolf, soloing until his hands bled hour after hour, roadhouse after roadhouse, mile after mile. Is Truett a soul singer? He was raised on Bill Withers and Stevie Wonder and can croon a Sam Cooke song or shout his lungs out a la Jackie Wilson. Is Truett a guitar virtuoso? Hearing him play is like having Albert Collins throw his drink in your face and kick his muddy boot up on your table to solo at the height of his powers. Is what Truett does easy to define? Absolutely not. He’ll take you from the Mississippi Delta to Prince’s Minneapolis, Chicago blues to Bowery Punk, down through Outkast’s Atlanta and out the other side of the psychedelic rabbit hole. That explosive mix makes for a singular experience.

Summer Salt

http://www.summersaltband.com/

Summer Salt is a rock’n’roll three-o of best pals. With influences of bossa nova and oldies, we create the perfect soundtrack for chillaxin’ by the pool. Matt has the voice of an angel, Eugene has that in-the-pocket drummin', and Phil’s bass is funny. 

American Roommates

http://www.roommatesmusic.com/

American Roommates, indie rock and roll band from Nashville, TN. Made up of roommates which play sounds with warbly guitar tones and growling vocals. Our EP "Tomahawk" is available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Spotify and Pandora.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 28, 2016 7:30 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Forever Abbey Road

http://www.foreverabbeyroad.com

Forever Abbey Road is a group of five professional musicians in Nashville who perform the music of the Beatles with sincere gratitude, heart and accuracy.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu July 28, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

 

Lawrence

https://www.facebook.com/lawrencetheband/

After years of consuming Stevie Wonder, Janis Joplin, and Eggo waffles, Lawrence delivers Breakfast, their twelve-song debut LP.  Led by siblings Clyde Lawrence, 22, and Gracie Lawrence, 18, the New York-based soul-pop group blends old-school and new-school vibes to create a set of songs that sound as good on the record as they do at their high-energy live shows. 
 

Daphne Wilis

http://daphnewillis.com

With Chicago roots and Texas ties, Daphne Willis brings both musicality and grit to the songs she writes and plays. Born in San Antonio to a classically trained vocalist and audio engineer, Daphne began singing at an early age and found her way to the guitar in high school. Since then, she’s developed the confidence, melodic mastery and vocal range that have won her admirers from here to Beijing.  

Daphne didn’t plan a career in music. But as a student at DePaul University in Chicago, she found herself performing at open mic nights, which led to regular Chicago gigs and, eventually, a decision to leave school and hit the road. So she assembled a band and began playing 200 shows a year across the United States. Daphne released her independent EP Matter of Time in September 2007; in a twist of fate, Vanguard Records head Kevin Welk heard a track on an American Airlines flight. This led to a record deal in 2008 and the release of her second EP, Exhibit A. 

To record her first full-length album, Daphne headed to the hills of Tennessee. She released What to Say in 2010, which was co-produced by Tim Lauer and Grammy winner Gary Paczosa. Album number two, Because I Can, came out in 2011 and reached the number two spot on iTunes’ Top 40 Singer/Songwriter Chart. On her latest EP, Inside Outright, Daphne co-wrote songs with Hunter Davis, Chris Faulk, Angela Lauer, John Oates of Hall & Oates, Keri Barnes and Tim Lauer.

Daphne currently calls Nashville home, where she crafts her distinct brand of pop and is poised to expand her fan base world wide.

Bruns

http://www.brunsband.com

B R U N S is a gospel-infused Tom Petty as much as it is Bruce Springsteen in the New South. While the rest of the country yearns for simplicity, they have somehow adopted a style of music that only becomes more complicated with the passage of time. B R U N S is a well-earned retreat from the modern noise. A real guitar band.

Tim’s vocals, reflect the intensity of a born musician finally playing the songs he was meant to play. Ryan’s guitar adds an element of vintage sheen that lends the band a signature sound amid a Nashville music scene teeming with hungry musicians. Tom's rhythm, steady and simple, carries the sound from cover to cover.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 29, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$12 Advance / $15 Day of Show

Legendary Shack Shakers

http://www.legendaryshackshakers.com/

Described by guitar legend Jeff Beck as “a cross between the Yardbirds and the Sex Pistols”, Legendary Shack Shakers has obviously earned quite a name for itself. The band’s hell-for-leather roadshow is infamous for its unique brand of Southern Gothic that is all-at-once irreverent, revisionist, soulful, dangerous, and fun.

Clara Belle and The Creeps

https://www.facebook.com/CBTheCreeps/

Redhook Ale Brewery

http://redhook.com/

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri July 29, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 Advance / $10 Day of Show

AWAS

www.awasofficial.com

 

AWAS, the new electronic future-pop duo from Nashville is led by songwriter/vocalist Ariel Hill & producer/composer Danny Melonz.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 30, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Tribute Night ft:

Chancellor Warhol

Sinclair

Levi Ray

Sonia Leigh

Daphne Willis

Sik Wit

Chance Walker

TEMPLAR

Drupy Fli Musik

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat July 30, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$7 General Admission

The Wans

http://thewans.bandcamp.com

The best rock & roll doesn’t have to be heady or pretentious—it has to hit you square between the thighs. The genre’s name was always a feverish, rollicking euphemism for sex, and too often these days, that base, primal essence of what once made it so great is diluted to the point of powerlessness. Nashville band The Wans are a potent antidote to this lack of passion—a pure, concentrated shot of life-saving adrenaline stabbed straight into the flatlined heart of rock & roll. 

Copper Fox

http://www.copperfoxmusic.com/

Copperfox is a psychedelic dream pop band. Their sound blends reverbed guitars and haunting vocals surrounded by synths. "Copperfox has the rather distinct and uncommon genre blend of indie rock and alternative. The combination makes for music as dark and ethereal as the forests of Oregon; rhythm grounded in crisp drums and brittle clean guitar while twangy slide guitar creeps in and out of nowhere. All four ofFrom the Den's tracks share a level of intricate songcraft, which only strengthens their wilderness appeal. Add in a mix that gives everything room to breathe (plus a little bit of reverb) and it makes for immersing music." - rantingaboutmusic.com

Moseley

http://www.moseleyband.com

Chism’s vocals are girly, but fierce. Sassy, but mischievously smooth. With such nonchalance, she belts out lyrics that tear your heart apart and then vigorously piece it back together. Christy’s gutsy, prominent bass lines make your heart flutter, giving each song an extra badass tone; and then the drums, well, the drums just pull it all together. Abby is one of the most talented female drummers I know. The majority of the songs are dripping with so much emotion, you can’t help but stand there and soak it all in…while still maintaining a solid head bang. Oh, and believe me, you will absolutely be seeing hair flyin’ around and lots of body motion; it’s inevitable.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon August 1, 2016 7:30 pm CDT (6:30 pm DOORS)
$17 Advance/$20 Day Of Show

Presale 5/19 10 AM CST to 10 PM CST. 

General Admission 5/20 10 AM CST. 

**ALL AGES**

Standing Room Only / Phone Purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon August 1, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

Loud Jamz is taking on our most eclectic night of music yet, covering the gamut from hits on vinyl of the 70s to what's shuffling on your iPod today! Some of Nashville's best musicians will be playing the music of Journey, The Pretenders, the Bee Gees, Michael Jackson, Beck, Vertical Horizon, Willie Nelson, The Black Crowes, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adam Ant, and many more! Join us to celebrate the one year anniversary of the return of the Loud Jamz series!

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / FREE!
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon August 1, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

featuring performances by:

Astronomy Club

Dan Luke and the Raid

Wayland

B.L. Reed

Jason Martin

The Bumbs

Tim Wiencek

Tom Mackell

Katie Schecter

hosted by Ryan Zumwalt

presented by BMI, Yuengling & Blackstone Brewery

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / FREE!
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue August 2, 2016 7:30 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$13 Advance / $15 Day Of Show
1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed August 3, 2016 7:00 pm CDT (6:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Dozzi

http://dozzimusic.net/

Country music sweethearts, three sister trio, Dozzi, have been earning their stripes on the Australian music scene, while establishing a strong and loyal fan base. With their unique and charismatic sibling harmonies, Dozzi – Andrea, Jesse & Nina - have quickly become the name on many a music lover’s lips. The sisters won the Australian Country Music People’s Choice Award for Best Video (Love Away The Bad Days) and have been invited to perform the Australian National Anthem live on national television multiple times. Their current single in Australia has just topped The Hot Country Network All Australian Top 20 and Cool Country 2KA Charts at #1.

Triple Run

http://triplerunmusic.com/

The Bass Brothers

http://www.bassbrothersmusic.com/

Producer David Huff jokes that London act, The Bass Brothers are the 2016 “British Invasion” of Nashville. The journey that led Nate, Mark and Kieran to Nashville is a long one, full of peaks and valleys. When the middle Bass, Mark, was only 11-years old, it became evident to industry insiders that he was a child prodigy.  Before a sold out crowd in London’s Wembly arena,  judges Eric Clapton, Steve Vai and Brian May awarded him the title of “Young Guitarist of the Year” and an endorsement from Fender.  Very soon after, his equally talented brothers, Nate and Kieran joined him on bass and drums. The pure magic of their vocals, fueled by what can only be described as sibling connection, gave birth to the trio. Fourteen different labels immediately pursued the brothers, called Next Of Kin at the time. The winner of the bidding war was Universal, and their career began.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed August 3, 2016 7:30 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$20 Advance / $22 Day of Show

GA Presale 10 AM - 10 PM CST on 5/19

General on sale 5/20 at 10 AM CST

VIP Presale 10 AM - 10 PM CST on 5/19

VIP general on sale 5/20 at 10 AM CST

All Ages

Marianas Trench

Since their 2006 debut, Fix Me, the Vancouver, BC-based four piece have had two Certified Platinum-selling records (Masterpiece Theatre, Ever After), chart topping hits including ‘Fallout,’ ‘Haven’t Had Enough,’ and ‘Stutter,’ garnered multiple SOCAN and MMVA Awards, number 1 videos on MuchMusic, and JUNO nominations, and won the 2013 JUNO Award for Group of the Year.

 

VIP Meet and Greet Package

- One General Admission Ticket

- One Meet and Greet with Marianas Trench

- One Personal Photograph with Marianas Trench

- One Autographed 8x10 Photo

- VIP Access to Marianas Trench Pre-Show Soundcheck

- One Exclusive Marianas Trench VIP Merchandise Item

- One Official VIP Meet and Greet Laminate

- First Entry Into The Venue

Standing Room Only / Phone Purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed August 3, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

YØUTH

http://youthmusic.us/

"YØUTH crafts emotional, personal, and smart compositions with dense orchestration, noodle-y riffs, and indie rock undertones. He is, hands down, one of the most talented, unique, and promising young artists on the rise in Music City, and his forthcoming debut EP, Start Again, is one of our most anticipated local releases of 2015. " - No Country For New Nashville 

The Forty-Eight 

http://www.theforty-eight.com/

The Forty-Eight is the brain child of Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Alissa Beyer. After a long two years in a record deal that froze her music career and left her questioning her stylistic choices, Alissa decided to turn her attention back to her pop punk roots in order to regain her enthusiasm and revive her stalled music career.

Pocket Science

http://pocketscience.rocks/

Pocket Science is a rock band from Nashville, TN. 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu August 4, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 Advance / $12 Day Of Show

Oh Pep!

Oh Pep! (Olivia Hally and Pepita Emmerichs) first met at the Victorian College Of The Arts where they studied Jazz and Classical music respectively. Drawn together by a shared love of traditional music they dived into the international folk world, winning awards at Folk Alliance Australia and flooring audiences at Americana Music Festival and CMJ.

Natalie Royal

Harbinger is a perfect artistic statement of a young, modern Nashville songwriter at the inception of her career.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu August 4, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Kid Freud

https://www.facebook.com/kidfreud/

Kid Freud is the scuzzy brainchild of Alex Tomkins and Daniel Closser. Their fun, uptempo garage pop has drawn many comparisons to The Arctic Monkeys and The Strokes and their high energy live shows regularly leave people singing along after the music stops. A year after the release of their debut EP “The End” they are releasing a new set of messy and charming pop songs on their EP “American Boy”. With sparks of tenderness and self awareness buried within burnout anthems and rock n' roll bangers, these boys deliver a charming, angular twist on indie rock. 

Harpooner

http://www.harpoonertheband.com/

 "Forget earworm; This power pop group of lookers will throw their Harpoon into your primary auditory cortex where it will embed itself so that you are a follower for life. Punchy songs that are inspired by yet not derivative of Harry Nillson, drugged up on touches of psych with a Midwestern twist. The tunes progress conventionally but unpredictably due to frontman Scott Schmadeke's piano-rooted mind and affinity for the major seventh note. You will hear their unmistakable love for the Beatles and their offspring; Emmitt Rhodes and Badfinger. Harpooner's 2014 Speed 7" sounds like someone set the Brill Building on fire.”

-NY TIMES

Heinous Orca

https://www.facebook.com/HeinousOrca/

 

 

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri August 5, 2016 8:30 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Paradise Daze

http://www.paradisedaze.bandcamp.com

https://www.facebook.com/paradisedazemusic

The Running

The Running’s funky mix of grunge, reggae, and blues has been pleasing fans and moving bodies from New York City to Nashville to the Virgin Islands since their inception in 2006. Playing more than six hundred shows in North America, they have shared the stage with the likes of The Wailers, Cage the Elephant, Ghostland Observatory, Skrillex, Keller Williams, Nappy Roots, The Supervillians, Iration, The Pink Spiders, Dubconscious, Nappy Roots, and many others. The Running has self-released two albums and has more than seven thousand albums circulating and spreading good vibes.

Elli Perry

www.elliperry.com

https://www.facebook.com/elliperrymusic/

DJ Mike Vulcan

https://www.facebook.com/The-Dj-Mike-Vulcan-62083248159/

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri August 5, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$15 General Admission

Jonathan Jackson + Enation

http://www.enationmusic.com

Jonathan Jackson + Enation are a 3 piece alt/rock band known as one of the most creative and authentic independent bands in the music industry today. Their passionate live shows and albums have gained them high marks from fans and critics alike. JJ + Enation use music as a force for good in the world. They partner with charities such as IOCC, an international humanitarian organization helping to bring aid to those in need, and the anti-human trafficking organization NOT FOR SALE, which helps bring awareness to combat the growing global atrocity of modern-day slavery.

 

Beat Root Revival

http://www.beatrootrevival.com

A new duo of folk, roots, howling blues&classic pop beats. Featuring the songwriting prowess of Andrea Magee & Ben Jones.  Jones and Magee incorporate elements of classic 60s Pop, Folk, Blues, Rock n Roll and Indie Rock to create an exciting, organic, honest sound, with no technical jiggery pokery, relying instead on good old fashioned showmanship and mastery of their craft to paint their musical pictures, with influences ranging from The Beatles to Van Morrison.
 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat August 6, 2016 8:30 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
FREE

A bunch of rad bands!

80s Movies on old ass TVs!

Free Pizza!

No Cover!

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat August 6, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

The Pink Spiders, featuring the original lineup of Matt Friction, Jon Decious, and Bob Ferrari, is reuniting for one night only to perform their 2006 album Teenage Graffiti in its entirety. Produced by Ric Ocasek of The Cars, the Geffen Records-released album featured the singles "Little Razorblade", "Modern Swinger" and "Easy Way Out". There will also be an encore set of fan-favorite tunes from the rest of the bands' catalog. 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sun August 7, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$8 Advance / $10 Door
1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon August 8, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

featuring performances by:

Free Pizza

Watcher

Roadblock

Brothers

Datenight

Cowgirls

BigYouth // Cropsey 

Negra

hosted by SPODEE BOY

presented by BMI, Yuengling & Blackstone Brewery

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / FREE!
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon August 8, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

featuring performances by:

Bright Towers

Jessica Rose Music

Matt Siffert 

Dela Kay

Brother Man 

The Euclids

Oddfellows

Taylor Whitaker

hosted by AGD Entertainment

presented by BMI, Yuengling & Blackstone Brewery

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / FREE!
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue August 9, 2016 7:30 pm CDT (6:30 pm DOORS)
$24.50 Adv/$25 Day Of Show

Presale 4/28 @ 10 AM CST

General On-sale 4/29 @ 10 AM CST

Motion City Soundtrack

Since bursting onto the scene in the early '00s with the rollicking single "The Future Freaks Me Out", pop punk alternative rockers Motion City Soundtrack have continually impressed fans and critics alike with their shout-along hooks, punchy drums, and battling guitars. In concert frontman Justin Pierre belts out emo-tinged, tongue-in-cheek lyrics with his signature falsetto, infusing each song with raw emotion that's perfectly complemented by the band's infectious exuberance. Especially entertaining is keyboardist Jesse Johnson, who hops over his keys, cranks out the cowbell, and mans the moog synthesizer, which has become a staple of the band's sound. Known for bringing their “A” game whenever they hit the stage, Motion City Soundtrack fervently perform fan favorites like "Everything Is Alright”, "L.G. FUAD” and “My Favorite Accident”,  and recent hits “Her Words Destroyed My Planet” and “True Romance" at their crowd-pleasing live shows.  The band will be releasing their sixth studio album in early fall 2015 on Epitaph Records.

Standing Room Only / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed August 10, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$12 Advance/$14 Day Of Show

Deerhoof

http://deerhoof.net

Blame it on the Ramones. After Deerhoof finished recording demos for La Isla Bonita this past February, they began rehearsing for an upcoming tour. Halfway through a run-through of a long-time Deerhoof live favorite, their cover of the Ramones classic “Pinhead,” someone offhandedly asked, “Why don’t we ever write a song like this?” So Greg quick- ly dashed off a song on a scrap of paper, showed it to the band, and they recorded the breakneck stomper “Exit Only” in one take. “And we suddenly realized,” Greg says, “this is the whole thing, this is what the whole record is about!”

A little background: For years, Deerhoof was the only band that sounded like Deerhoof. It wasn’t a far-sighted career move, it was simply the only sound they knew how to make. Their early records were essentially rehearsals recorded on rubble. But in that rubble Deerhoof had planted a seed. And that seed took: when before the steady chug of post- Velvets indie had been the rule, Deerhoof’s neck-snapping syncopations, classical melody, minimal gear and maximal music has slowly become part of the vocabulary: St. Vincent, Flaming Lips, Tune-Yards and Dirty Projectors are just a few of the bands to have absorbed some Deerhoof DNA. 

Blank Spell

https://blankspell.bandcamp.com

Linear Downfall

Linear Downfall, an experimental band from Nashville, is known for seamlessly blending psychotic noise along with beautiful melodies. Their music taps into the highs and lows of life and challenges one to look inward. Their live show is intense and jarring captivating the audience from beginning to end. They have self-released three albums and one EP, extensively toured the U.S., and caught the attention of the Flaming Lips which led to their side project called the Electric Würms. 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed August 10, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$4 Advance / $7 Day Of Show

Sketches By:

Josh Wagner

Jamie Bradley

Josh Inocalla

 

Videos By:

David Shamban

Seth Pomeroy

Drew Maynard

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu August 11, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$8 Advance / $10 Day Of Show

MODOC:

Modoc rocks. The band doesn’t worry about genres or indulge in the tired mid-tempo grooves that seem to dominate the modern musical landscape. They write punchy songs, delivering them in brief, three-minute bursts of energy that tap into the primal roots of rock’n’roll, the music that ruled American hearts and minds before it was watered down and dubbed ‘rock.’

Hundred Hounds: 

Fueled by a bracing mix of political thrust and double-edged fantasy, Brooklyn rock band HUNDRED HOUNDS meld classic '70s American soul-rock gestures with the intrigue of the best European art-rock bands. Hailed for their "stunning tour-de-force performances,” the buzzed-about quartet of gentlemen came together as a shared vision in 2015.  Flippant, philosophical, ferocious and most certainly on-fire, Hundred Hounds suggest a modernist Zeppelin, chasing the muse of poetic Heavy rock, blues and soul, with swagger sufficient to make up for all the time rock music has lost in abandoning it.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri August 12, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$15 General Admission

The Exotics

The Exotics is an authentic oldies band started in 1964…and STILL playing frequent party and event gigs.  These occasional shows at the Mercy Lounge are always popular with Exotics fans and anyone who came of age in the ‘60s…plus everyone who enjoys the best of Motown, James Brown, Junior Walker, Stax and sweet soul music.

 This horn band has a loyal following from Middle Tennessee and beyond.  The theme is “Party with everybody you ever knew!”  Get on the dance floor and sing along with the classic tunes as you immerse yourself in a living history lesson in rock and roll.

And, a special surprise guest will make an appearance to perform his chart-topping tunes.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri August 12, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

The Electric Sons

Ranging from ebullient arena anthems to dark, hip-hop infused ballads, The Electric Sons’ world is a high-energy kaleidoscope of imaginative lyrics and infectious hooks that will leave you dancing and dreaming.

Since meeting in a music theory class, the Atlanta band released their debut EP in 2012 (Andrew Miller, vocals -- Ben Richards, keyboard -- Chris Zeigler, bass) and have quickly found themselves gracing major festival stages including Hangout and Voodoo Fest, and opening and touring with groups like Passion Pit, Ellie Goulding, Capital Cities, St. Lucia, Ms. Mr. and more.  "It's been unreal," says frontman Andrew Miller, “We were assigned to write a song together in class and everything clicked. A year or so later we were doing festivals.”

After releasing their second EP ‘Chromaesthesia’ in 2014, the Sons began finding their music in national ads for Red Bull, Chevy, TJ Maxx and others and featured on outlets such as American Songwriter, Indie Shuffle, The Kollection. In the fall of 2015 they plan to release their third EP, entitled ‘Golden Age’.  With the unexpected support they have gained thus far from fans, friends, and industry, The Sons have their sights set on extensive touring, new music videos, even a video game. If the trend continues, this release could turn the art school classmates into one of this year's breakout artists.

Golden Age is "the most complete version of ourselves so far" says producer Ben Richards, "The EP has this blend of dark and light, natural and unnatural sounds. We’ve always tried to write songs that balance those elements."  The band pulls their inspiration from a wide swath of genres, as well as from their art school background. “We’re extremely visual when we write. I went to school for animation I constantly draw from that experience of creating characters and telling stories,” says Miller, who worked a stint as an illustrator on the hit FX show ‘Archer’ during the process.  “We’ve written a lot about things that have happened in the past, but all of the songs on ‘Golden Age’ are about things that were going on while we were writing. There’s a lot of vulnerability, and I think that’s when people are their most honest.” Full of a raw, natural energy, 'Golden Age' is a breathy blend of the band's eclectic influences and bright pop sensibilities.

Culture Culture

Culture Culture is a synthpop band hailing from Atlanta, GA. Leaning on influences such as Chic, Washed Out, and Chromeo, the group crafts dancy, funk-inspired tracks that feature catchy, disco-drenched vocals. Earlier this year they released a new EP featuring the single "Ashton Kutcher, Come Back," via Atlanta music blog Immersive Atlanta, who called the track "heady, immersive music posing as breezy dance pop." With a six piece live band that betrays their origins as laptop-pop from a living room, Culture Culture is hoping to leave you with no choice but to get down on it. 

Nodaway

http://nodawaymusic.tumblr.com

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat August 13, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Tribute Night Featuring: 

The Almanacks

Justin Weatherbee

Twiggs

Sara Jean and David Borne

Jordan DePaul

Larissia Murphy

Heather Holland

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon August 15, 2016 7:30 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

featuring performances by:

Bronzi Blonde

American Dream

Saaneah

Johnny Lucas

Kill The Mountain

Pat Kiloran

Doran Danoff

Heather Holland

The Euclids

hosted by GREEN PRODUCTIONS

presented by BMI, Yuengling & Blackstone Brewery

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / FREE!
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue August 16, 2016 7:30 pm CDT (6:30 pm DOORS)
$30 Advance / $35 Day Of Show

Corrine Bailey Rae

http://corinnebaileyrae.com

From Leeds, England, artist Corinne Bailey Rae released her self-titled debut album in 2006, debuting at #1 in the UK and #4 in the USA, featuring the global hits “Put Your Records On” and “Like A Star”. It catapulted Bailey Rae into the spotlight with millions of albums sold and earned multiple award nominations, including Grammy® and Brit Awards.

The second album, 'The Sea' released to worldwide critical acclaim, reaching Top 5 in the UK and Top 10 in the USA. It was no surprise that Corinne Bailey Rae found “The Sea” nominated for the Mercury Music Prize. The subsequent EP 'Is This Love' was awarded a Grammy® for Best R&B Performance in 2011.

Corinne received a Grammy® Award for her work on Herbie Hancock’s album 'The River'. Recent recordings have seen her work with Al Green, Claude Kelly, Esperanza Spalding, Herbie Hancock, John Legend, John Mayer, KING, Malay, Norah Jones, Paul McCartney, RZA, Salaam Remi, Stevie Wonder, The Roots, Valerie Simpson and more. Bailey Rae also has written music for films and television shows, including “Venus” (starring Peter O’Toole), “Man with the Iron Fist” and, most recently, the theme song to Stan Lee’s "Lucky Man”.

Originally the front-woman of an indie band, Corinne Bailey Rae's music spans indie, electronic, soul and experimental. Bailey Rae recently performed in Los Angeles for The Grammys’ MusiCares Foundation with Pharrell, The Roots and Leon Bridges in February 2016.

Corinne’s highly anticipated third studio album ‘The Heart Speaks In Whispers’ (May 13, 2016) featuring “Been To The Moon" "Stop Where You Are" and “Green Aphrodisiac", is already garnering 4 and 5 star reviews.

Jason Eskridge

https://www.facebook.com/jasoneskridgemusic

Standing Room Only / Phone Purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue August 16, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$16 Advance / $18 Day Of Show

The Julie Ruin

The Julie Ruin is a live band formed in New York City in 2010. It features Kathleen Hanna on vocals, Carmine Covelli on drums, Sara Landeau on guitar, Kathi Wilcox on bass, and Kenny Mellman on keyboard. The group’s first album, Run Fast, was released in September 2013.

Olivia Neutron John

http://on-j.com/

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue August 16, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Kyle Craft 

Kyle Craft grew up in a tiny Louisiana town on the banks of the Mississippi, where he spent most of his time catching alligators and rattlesnakes instead of playing football or picking up the guitar. He's not the born product of a musical family, and bands never came through town -- it was only a chance trip to K-Mart that gave him his first album, a David Bowie hits compilation that helped inspire him eventually to channel his innate feral energy into songwriting and rock and roll. 

Jacob Disedare

https://jacobdisedare.bandcamp.com/

 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed August 17, 2016 7:00 pm CDT (6:00 pm DOORS)
$27.50 Advance / $28 GA

Presale: 3/31 at 10AM

General on sale: 4/1 at 10AM

In This Moment

Nature counts the black widow spider amongst its most fascinating and dangerous anomalies. The female arachnid often devours its mate after copulation. It's both a delicate and dangerous predator. In This Moment isn't all that different from this enigmatic beast. Led by frontwoman Maria Brink, the Los Angeles hard rock outfit strikes with a seductive metallic bite on their aptly titled fifth full-length album, Black Widow.

Nonpoint

Nonpoint only becomes fiercer with each subsequent album. Their eighth full-length offering and second for Razor & Tie, The Return, is no exception either. After 17 years in the game, the Florida quintet sustains the same energy that sparked its foundation back in 1997. The riffs crack with neck-snapping intensity, the bass and drums forge an unmatched groove, and the vocals rapidly recount stories of pain and perseverance. The Return remains as raw, ripping, and real as these musicians—Elias Soriano [vocals], Robb Rivera [drums], Rasheed Thomas [guitar], Adam Woloszyn [bass], and B.C. Kochmit [guitar]—get.

Shaman's Harvest

Deep inside Missouri’s capital city, you will find one of the most amazing bands to emerge from the Midwest. This 5-piece features Nathan “Drake” Hunt on vocals, Josh Hamler on guitar, bassist Matt Fisher, Derrick Shipp on lead guitar and Adam Zemanek on drums. Together, they have formulated their own unique mix of modern and classic rock with a southern twist that has energized fans across the nation.

Sunflower Dead

SUNFLOWER DEAD hail from the Southern California Metal/Hard Rock scene and are no strangers to having their brand of music draw attention. The band is a rebirth of sorts. Three-fifths of the band rise from the ashes of former nationally recognized touring acts DROID and Two Hit Creeper. They are rounded out by additional band members who have toured internationally with Buckethead, In This Moment and Memento.

Standing Room Only / Phone Purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed August 17, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Stephen Simmons

http://www.stephensimmonsmusic.com/

Stephen Simmons was raised in the small town of Woodbury, Tennessee. His mother was a schoolteacher and his father held a factory job. In his family, they were the first generation that didn’t work the farm. As a songwriter and Ten years as a Road Dog, Stephen’s vision has grown to entail more than just reflections of rural America. The songs on his recordings, deal with existential realities that are familiar to country and city dwellers alike: redemption, heartbreak, hangovers and the loneliness of the road. Stephen’s records: Last Call, Drink Ring Jesus, Something In Between, The Blame’s On U.S., Girls, The Big Show and Hearsay (which were compared to everyone from Johnny Cash to Ryan Adams) combine virtuosic songcraft and musicianship with unparalleled artistic honesty. His work has been covered by Mojo Music, Uncut, and The Washington Post. 

Simmons released his debut studio album, Last Call, in 2004. “Lay On The Tracks”, a standout track from Last Call, was a winner at the prestigious MerleFest Chris Austin Songwriting Competition. Last Call was praised by critics on both sides of the Atlantic, picked up and released by Rounder Europe Records; followed by three more Rounder Europe releases and extensive touring in Europe. As a Songwriter with Television credits (Sons of Anarchy) and as a steady road act (over 700 shows in past decade in ten countries) Simmon’s continues to evolve as an artist. His most recent albums have been released by USA indie label Lower 40 Records and in Europe on Germany’s premiere roots label; Blue Rose Records. 

Molly Jewell

Acoustic/Pop/Rock

The Coal Men

Dave Coleman and his band, The Coal Men, have released four albums and kept a rigorous touring schedule for more than a decade. Founded in 1999, the well-seasoned outfit is releasing their fourth album Escalator on August 27, 2013 — with an accompanying tour with Todd Snider in October, as well as a solo tour starting at the end of August.

Escalator, is a fully realized showcase for both Coleman’s creativity in the studio and his mastery as a guitarist (having spent time playing on albums for major label studio albums) – and as a bandleader. Produced with the help of Joe Garcia, Escalator features guest performances by Will Kimbrough (Rodney Crowell, Emmylou Harris), Jen Gunderman (the Jayhawks), and Audley Freed (The Black Crowes, Sheryl Crow) – but at its core this is a stripped-down rock and roll affair.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed August 17, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Daniella Mason

Daniella Mason might be known for her pop songwriting sensibilities, but don’t let that fool you. Hailed by The Guardian as “a serious musician with a distinctly pop edge,” the indie songstress’ music is marked by an undeniable streak of self-awareness that even the most savvy of audiophiles can enjoy. 

Mason’s dreamy single “Shade of You” landed a coveted spot on iTunes’ front page, topping the platform's "What's Hot" section. The vibey, electro-pop track, situated among singles from alt/indie heavy hitters the likes of Betty Who, Bleachers, and Paloma Faith, was the only self-released song to make the honorable lineup.

"True talent always rises to the top," contributor Bradley Stern (SpinMedia blog Idolator) wrote. "Case in point? Daniella Mason... It’s an unassuming, catchy slice of mature pop— one that positions Daniella as one of the newest and most exciting ones to watch this year."

Wave & Rome

WΛVE & ROME is a Nashville-based indie pop band led by Sam Tinnesz. The band was created after three years of searching and collaboration with co-writer and co-producer Josh Farro. Having been introduced by a mutual friend, Tinnesz and Farro found an instant creative bond in their musical crossroads. They bonded over a desire to depart from the limitations of any specific genre, leaving past influences and tastes behind.

After immersing themselves in a sea of alternative records, the two emerged with the beginnings of WΛVE & ROME. One song lead to the tracking of five and the Across the Map EP was born. Almost a year after the songs were originally recorded, Tinnesz developed the songs further with producer Matt Bronleewe. The tracks were then mixed by Chad Howatt (Paper Route), who added his unique ear for pushing sonic boundaries.

Although WΛVE & ROME is Tinnesz's first release as an artist, he is not completely new to the alternative scene. His efforts with artists like Young Summer, Farro, and Ruelle have landed coveted spots on television shows like ABC's Revenge, CW's the Originals and STARZ Da Vinci's Demons.

Kingsbury

https://www.facebook.com/kingsburyyband

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu August 18, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 Advance/ $7 Day of Show

THENVOY

http://www.thenvoy.com/ 

After the removal of a cancerous tumor in his chest, four rounds of chemotherapy, and a paralyzed vocal cord, Jeremy Hicks was told to find a new profession.  Hicks, a songwriter originally from Georgia, is one of those people that HAS to make music. Starting out as many young songwriters do he imitated the artists he admired, from Dylan to Ray Lamontagne, he worked on finding his voice. Planning on moving to Nashville to further his music career, his hopes seemed dashed when he learned about his sickness. Hicks beat cancer but was told that because of a paralyzed vocal cord, he would never sing again. Undeterred by his diagnosis, he wrote songs, pressed on, and set off to Nashville anyway with no guitar, no voice, and little hope. “My plan was, as soon as I was able, I was still moving to Nashville, I was still going to pursue this.” With his project, THENVOY, Hicks' seeks to turn his pain into solace by creating an environment of consolation with elements of song, film and fragrance.  "Music is what gave me the strength to get though, so I want to do the same for other people." 

Reuben Bidez

http://www.reubenbidez.com/

When Reuben Bidez sings, he opens his heart and projects a vulnerability that draws you into his intimate portraits of lovers facing the pleasures and woes of romance. “I want to write songs that explore real emotions,” he says. “Songs that awaken people from their slumber of distraction and make them feel something.” On Turning to Wine, his first EP, he’s as good as his word. He delivers a collection of inviting melodies and insightful lyrics that illuminate the mysteries of the soul, with a vision informed by sorrow, uncertainty and the warmth of unconditional love. The songs are a record of the transitions he’s been going through since he moved to Nashville from Atlanta. “The record is a snapshot of the changes I’ve been experiencing in my marriage and my music, for the last two and a half years. They’re more honest and open than anything I’ve written before.”

Tim McNary

http://www.mcnarymusic.com/

Tim McNary started writing songs during the 2 years he spent volunteering and backpacking in South America after college. During the past 5 years, Tim has performed hundreds of shows around the Southeast and shared the stage with The Civil Wars and Griffin House, among many others. He has been compared to Ryan Adams, Ben Howard, and Damien Rice.

Mason Lee

http://www.reverbnation.com/masonlee9

Mason Lee is from the small West Texas town of Seminole. After learning piano at a young age and teaching himself how to play the guitar, Mason started writing songs. He continued writing and practicing his music and in the spring of 2013, set his sights on Nashville. His debut EP, "Something That You Know", was released July 2016. You can usually find him somewhere between good food, good people, and good music

 

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri August 19, 2016 7:00 pm CDT (6:00 pm DOORS)
$15
1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri August 19, 2016 7:30 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$20 Advance / $25 Day Of Show
Standing Room Only / Phone Purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri August 19, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

The Nashville pop scene is blowing up! Come party with a night of the buzziest artists: R.LUM.R, NAWAS, Apollo LTD, and Epperly.

R.LUM.R

http://www.werlumr.com

NAWAS

http://nawasmusic.com

Apollo LTD

http://www.weareapolloltd.com

Epperly

https://www.facebook.com/epperlymusic

 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat August 20, 2016 11:30 pm CDT (10:30 pm DOORS)
$10 General Admission

Zoogma

http://zoogma.net

Zoogma is a live electronic band based in Nashville, TN. Since 2010, Zoogma has been blending genres into a musical experience that has been called "refreshingly original, yet steeped in dance music tradition".

The band is no stranger to the studio or touring either. With two full studio albums, a double jam cruise live album, a slew of patented live remixes, and the most recent release of their chart topping "New Era EP", as well as a handful of national headline tours under their belt, Zoogma has carved out an incredibly loyal fanbase.

MONTU

http://www.montumusic.com/

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sun August 21, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$20 General Admission

Acceptance

In what seems like a far off time, we were a band. We released a few EPs, we released a full-length record, we toured. Then, it all stopped. Shortly after our only full-length (Phantoms) came to life, our band departed. Time has passed, a decade to be exact, but now we’re here again. And we’re thrilled.

Since starting everything back up at New Jersey’s Skate & Surf Festival last year, we continued to pick up where we once left off. We found ourselves on more stages across the country, and we found ourselves more determined to make new music. Here we are with a new record coming soon.

Carrollhood

HOOD. Death. Taxes.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon August 22, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$20 General Admission

Creed Bratton

Fans of NBC’s The Office best know Creed Bratton as the disturbingly hilarious, popular character of the same name. What most do not know is, not only has he been acting since the late 60s in films such as Mask and Heart Like a Wheel, he’s a bona fide classic rocker extraordinaire and a founding member of the legendary rock band The Grass Roots – makers of hits such as “Let’s Live for Today” and “Midnight Confessions”. 

Since joining the cast of The Office, Bratton released a trio of solo albums – 2008’s Creed Bratton, 2010’s Bounce Back and 2012’s Tell Me About It. Even with his busy TV acting schedule, including "Garfunkle and Oats," "Franklin and Bash," "Liz and Dick," and in films such as "Terri", "The Sound of Magic" and "The Ghastly Love of Johnny X," Brattonremains extremely active in music.  His live one man show is a perfect example of Creed's ability to combine his immense musical talents with his unique, one of a kind comedic mind.

After 9 Seasons on The Office, we have yet to learn many details about the character Creed. But, here are a few things we do know (or what we’ve been told):

He was originally hired by Ed Truck and now serves as the quality assurance director.

He lives in Toronto, spending three nights a week there in order to milk the welfare state, and surreptitiously sleeps under his desk the remainder of the week.

During work hours, he is usually playing spider solitaire.

He has faked his own death, at least once.

He has been involved in numerous cults, as both a follower and a leader.

As a child he was left on a doorstep and adopted by a Chinese family, which also explains his ability to speak Mandarin Chinese.

His adopted family bound his feet, unaware that the practice was traditionally restricted to young girl, and he lost a toe in the process.

He was in an iron lung when he was a child.

He is a serious kleptomaniac and regularly steals items from coworkers, loves peach cobbler, and has a deep desire to scuba.

 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon August 22, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

featuring performances by:

Cosmic Shift
The Trainwreck
B.L. Reed
The Bluetick Sessions
The Street Band Clan
MVT
Vilar
Bronzi Blonde

hosted by Ditto Music

presented by BMI, Yuengling & Blackstone Brewery

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / FREE!
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Tue August 23, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5.00

Bill Eberle: Roots/rock/roll from Nashville, TN

Todd Farrell: https://twitter.com/ToddFarrellJr?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

Arilss Nancy: Arliss Nancy is a five-piece group from Fort Collins, Colorado, USA who play a blend of rock and roll, punk, and alt-country

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed August 24, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

The Wilderness Alive

www.facebook.com/wildernessalive/

Wilderness Alive is an indie rock band out of Nashville, TN. They write songs about girls and being sad. Formed as a solo project, the band has found its self as a four piece. They just finished their first debut record, "Happiness." It will be released early 2016.

The Sound Awake

www.nickbullockmusic.com/

The Sound Awake is an indie rock band from Nashville, TN out to prove that guitars and great songs are still the joyful engine of music to come. Having completed their monumental 52 in 52 project in early 2016 (writing/recording/releasing a song a week for a year), the band now turns their focus on touring regionally and nationally, as well as releasing their first official release in the fall of 2016. 

Jen Starsinic

www.jenstarsinic.com/

While you are most likely to see Jen Starsinic toting a fiddle or open back banjo, hallmarks of her old time roots, The Flood and The Fire is certainly not an old time record. While there are vestiges of vintage Appalachia throughout the recording, there are hints of country heartache, droning Irish folk, cello, and haunting pedal steel. Her beautiful voice, powerful guitar, virtuosic fiddle skills and stunning talent as a songwriter combine into a beautiful mixture of modern songwriting and American roots music. Each tune represents an aching, a longing, and the snapshot the record offers into the musical soul of Jen Starsinic is startling; this young woman is most certainly a rising voice in contemporary Americana.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu August 25, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 Advance / $8 Door
1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Thu August 25, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 Advance / $7 Day of Show
1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri August 26, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$8 Advance / $10 Day of Show

Vinyl Thief

Nashville indie pop band Vinyl Thief explores how love blossoms and heals when given the right amount of space with their new EP, Touch. Consequence of Sound says, "The group combines the airy, dreamlike quality of electronics and grounds it with soaring melodies and arrangements. [Vinyl Thief’s music] is provocative in tone and enthralling in composition.”

JMR

JMR is a Florida artist with a variety of influences.

Kaptan

Kaptan is an indie pop band based out of Nashville TN.

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Fri August 26, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Little Raven

http://littleraven.bandcamp.com/

Molded out of an eccentric blend of rock, rolk, and world rhythms, Little Raven brings a fresh air of finesse to the alternative scene with funky, infectious grooves, creative original songwriting, and a sincere, interactive presence to an audience.

Little Raven is composed of Rafael Green's haunting tenor vocals and unique troubadour guitar style, Keenan-Keaton Payne's liquid-funky bass grooves, and Kyle Edmonston's animal drum beats. All three are Berklee College of Music alumni.

DEDSA

http://www.dedsa.org/

DEDSA formed in 2011 in Nashville, TN, driven to explore modern electronic music in a more visceral rock n' roll format. On their debut album Thrash Plastik, Cretaceous guitar sounds mix with squelching, hard-edged synthesizers over meteoric bass and massive electronic drums. Via propulsive, tonal rhythms, barbaric riffs and kaleidoscopic melodies, DEDSA howls through a distorted reflection of the modern world and its collision of the virtual with the real.

Rainey

https://www.facebook.com/RAINEYband

Founded in May 2015, RAINEY consists of Lana Rainey (Southern California), Ben Siebold and Trevor Ault (Denver, Colorado), and Landon Woods (SE Missouri). The four met in Nashville, TN as college students and immediately bonded over their interest in writing and performing music. What started as casual dorm room jam sessions for the guys turned into something more serious and they began searching for a vocalist. Lana Rainey entered the band after coming off the release of a solo EP, 'These Aren’t About You', which received airtime on Nashville’s own alternative radio station, Lightning 100. The geographical separation between the various hometowns of the group heavily influenced the styling and sound of RAINEY’s song writing, creating a blend of beachy, alt-rock music. RAINEY is currently promoting their first EP "MUNGO" out now on Spotify and ITunes.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat August 27, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

Mojo Rose

https://www.facebook.com/mojorosemusic

Bringing the heart of blues mixed with rock and alternative to make up what we think is some great rock n roll. Music with a message, and live shows that really show versatility and musical range. 

We've been playing all over the south for almost five years now, and are now looking to become regulars on the Nashville scene. Come check us out to hear a blend on original tracks along with songs from some of your favorite artists from the past and today.

MoJoRose looks forward to you getting lost with us....

Spooky Fox

http://spookyfoxmusic.bandcamp.com/

Spooky Fox a.k.a Yovany Pino is gentleman from Kentucky who slings guitar, and beats on a box. A son of refugee and a cunning linguistist full of surprises

Más Moss

http://www.masmoss.com/

Based out of Nashville, Tennessee, Más Moss explores the existential dilemma of being human via rock and roll. Its members all share a strong affinity for cats and moss.

Crowns

http://crownsmusic.bandcamp.com/

Crowns is an Indie-Rock band currently based out of Nashville, TN. In 2013 they released their first EP entitled "Blind Hands". They're newest record "We've Been Standing Still" is available on iTunes, Spotify & Bandcamp.

1st-come, 1st-served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sat August 27, 2016 10:00 pm CDT (9:00 pm DOORS)
$5 General Admission

SheHaw "It's a Drag Show y'all."

Nashville's Favorite Camp Comedy Drag

 

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Sun August 28, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
$10 Advance/$12 Day Of Show

Samantha Crain

http://samanthacrain.com/

Matthew Milia

http://matthewmilia.com

Presented by Sugarlands Distilling Company

http://www.sugarlandsdistilling.com

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon August 29, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

33 years ago, over Memorial Day Weekend, 1983, Steve Wozniak put together one of the greatest rock festivals of our time. Over three days, 25 bands performed on a custom-built, state-of-the-art stage, that was the most sophisticated ever conceived. 670,000 people attended the festival, featuring multiple genres of music designated as New Wave Day, Heavy Metal Day, and Rock Day. Headliners for the event were The Clash, Van Halen, and David Bowie. Join us as Tom Hurst Presents Loud Jamz pays tribute to that historic festival with a set list that includes all 25 participating bands. Some of Nashville's top musicians will gather on one stage, for one night only, to bring you the music of US Festival '83! THIS is Nashville's night to ROCK!

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / Phone purchase: 866-468-7630
One Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Mon August 29, 2016 8:00 pm CDT (7:00 pm DOORS)
FREE! NO COVER!

featuring performances by:

The Morning After Crew
Bad Culture
Tre Stoner
Nam White
Cali
LVR$

CDM
Island Hustle Society

hosted by Big Fella & Capo

presented by BMI, Yuengling & Blackstone Brewery

1st-Come, 1st-Served Seating / FREE!
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN (map)
Wed August 31, 2016 9:00 pm CDT (8:00 pm DOORS)
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9th
August
$24.50 Adv/$25 Day Of Show Doors:6:30 pm - Show: 7:30 pm - 18+ The Cannery Ballroom
Wednesday
10th
August
$12 Advance/$14 Day Of Show Doors:8:00 pm - Show: 9:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Wednesday
10th
August
$4 Advance / $7 Day Of Show Doors:8:00 pm - Show: 9:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Thursday
11th
August
$8 Advance / $10 Day Of Show Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Friday
12th
August
$15 General Admission Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Friday
12th
August
$5 General Admission Doors:8:00 pm - Show: 9:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Saturday
13th
August
$10 General Admission Doors:8:00 pm - Show: 9:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Monday
15th
August
FREE! NO COVER! Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 7:30 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Tuesday
16th
August
$30 Advance / $35 Day Of Show Doors:6:30 pm - Show: 7:30 pm - 18+ The Cannery Ballroom
Tuesday
16th
August
$16 Advance / $18 Day Of Show Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Tuesday
16th
August
$10 General Admission Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Wednesday
17th
August
$27.50 Advance / $28 GA Doors:6:00 pm - Show: 7:00 pm - 18+ The Cannery Ballroom
Wednesday
17th
August
$5 General Admission Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Wednesday
17th
August
$10 General Admission Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Thursday
18th
August
$5 Advance/ $7 Day of Show Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Friday
19th
August
$15 Doors:6:00 pm - Show: 7:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Friday
19th
August
$20 Advance / $25 Day Of Show Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 7:30 pm - 18+ The Cannery Ballroom
Friday
19th
August
FREE! NO COVER! Doors:8:00 pm - Show: 9:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Saturday
20th
August
$10 General Admission Doors:10:30 pm - Show: 11:30 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Sunday
21st
August
$20 General Admission Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Monday
22nd
August
$20 General Admission Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Monday
22nd
August
FREE! NO COVER! Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Tuesday
23rd
August
$5.00 Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Wednesday
24th
August
$5 General Admission Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Thursday
25th
August
$5 Advance / $8 Door Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Thursday
25th
August
$5 Advance / $7 Day of Show Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Friday
26th
August
$8 Advance / $10 Day of Show Doors:8:00 pm - Show: 9:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Friday
26th
August
$5 General Admission Doors:8:00 pm - Show: 9:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Saturday
27th
August
$5 General Admission Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Saturday
27th
August
$5 General Admission Doors:9:00 pm - Show: 10:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Sunday
28th
August
$10 Advance/$12 Day Of Show Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Monday
29th
August
FREE! NO COVER! Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt
Monday
29th
August
FREE! NO COVER! Doors:7:00 pm - Show: 8:00 pm - 18+ Mercy Lounge
Wednesday
31st
August
FREE! NO COVER Doors:8:00 pm - Show: 9:00 pm - 18+ The High Watt