Every artist has a story - whether you’re a writer, musician, or some other sort of creative, you hold your own unique story near and dear to your heart. In the case of singer-songwriter Karly Driftwood, her breezy blend of indie-country is laced with her unique story of making it in Music City. We chatted with Karly Driftwood about pursuing her music career, relocating to Nashville, favorite horror movies, and more!Read More
If you’ve been following us for a hot minute, you’ll know that we absolutely love to highlight artists in Nashville. For this week’s Feature Friday, we chatted with pop artist dnny about getting a start with music at an early age, balancing passions, standing out in a growing city, and more!Read More
So, you want to move to Nashville to kick start your music career…but you’re not sure where to start. Whether you work behind the scenes to make sure that everything runs smoothly for artists, or you’re pouring your heart into your debut album, having a plan is one of the most important steps in order to achieve your goals.
Continue reading for an interview with Colleen Lippert of Anchor Publicity where we talk about relocating to Nashville, crucial steps to take in order to establish yourself in a new city when building a brand, how to connect with people in the music industry, and more!Read More
If you’re a fan of the show American Idol and have been watching since the start, there’s a pretty good chance you’re familiar with the name Bucky Covington. This young country music artist caught the attention of millions on the show back in 2006, and has continued to make a name for himself ever since. Major releases such as “A Different World” and “I’ll Walk” shot Covington to the top of the charts. Recently, Covington had the opportunity to work on an upcoming movie, Brother’s Keeper.
Continue reading for this week’s Feature Friday interview where we talk about this amazing opportunity, how moving to Nashville has inspired Covington’s songwriting, his upcoming single, and more!Read More
Love songs - we all know them. Songs about falling in love, breaking up, getting back together, and the one that got away. But what about songs about staying in love? You don’t hear those too often. Indie pop artist Zach Vinson’s new album, And Yet, is a wonderful exploration of a long term relationship, mulling over the highs, the lows, and everything in between.
I recently spoke with Zach about his upcoming album release show at The High Watt in Nashville (snag tickets here), the local music scene, writing from the heart, and more.
Arizona based solo artist Daisy Maude released her new single “Volcano” on March 22nd, and has another song, “Pretend,” coming out the end of April. Maude uses her unique surroundings and upbringing as inspiration for her music, taking the world around her and mixing it into her songs.Read More
Elisabeth Beckwitt, AKA Nashville’s Pansexual East Side Queen, has been hard at work in the studio. She has a brand new single, “Free Fall,” coming your way on May 3rd which is the leading single off of her upcoming EP titled Indigo.
I recently chatted with Elisabeth about her upcoming EP, the music video for “Free Fall,” owning your sexuality as an artist, and her monthly music showcase Sad Girl Night.
Nashville by way of Ohio artist Sereena shared with us how she made the transition from PR to doing music full time, how she unplugs from social media, local artists that inspire her, and more! Continue reading to check out our interview and to listen to her new single, “Vibes.”Read More
Songs are born from ideas and memories, be it a passing daydream, real life experience, or story passed down from generation to generation. In any case, having a solid foundation to base your writing off of is crucial. In Del Schueler’s case, storytelling is essentially second nature as she grew up in a musical family and has been writing since childhood.
We chatted with Del about her upcoming EP, the inspiration behind her new single, performing with Hunter Hayes, and more. Continue reading below to learn more about Del and to listen to “Kiss You At The Red Light”!Read More
UK pop/punk group As It Is recently put out their third album, The Great Depression, and are currently on a tour supporting the album. The Great Depression follows three main characters through their journey with mental illness. While other bands have written a song or two about the topic, As It Is delves into each tiny crevice of mental illness and talks about it in a way that does not romanticize it, but rather brings light to a difficult subject.
We had the opportunity to interview lead vocalist Patty Walters and guitarist / vocalist Ben Langford-Biss before the show. Continue reading below to check out the interview where we talk about The Great Depression, touring the US, how the band has evolved over time, and more!Read More
Cassie Wilson is the founder of Portland based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization Half Access. The organization’s mission is to make live music accessible to all. Their online database allows users to browse a plethora of venues to learn just how accessible each venue is. Continue reading to check out an interview with Cassie where we talk about how Half Access was formed, the 2017 Sub City Alternative Press Music Awards Grant, how to spark change in your local community, and more!Read More
We’re so happy to have the opportunity to introduce ya’ll to Colleen Lippert! She’s the hardworking owner of Anchor Publicity, which is a PR company based out of, you guessed it — Music City. Although based out of Nashville, Anchor Publicity takes on clients nationwide, as well as in Canada.Read More
Andrew Lange, AKA SavageLuke, is a Nashville based solo musician. His Outlaw Country mixed with Americana vibe combines modern themes with tried and true elements of classic artists like Bob Dylan and Neil Young.
Continue reading to listen to “My Friend” and to check out an interview with SavageLuke where we talk about live vs. studio recordings, go-to venues in Nashville, and more!Read More
Happy Friday, ya’ll (or whatever day of the week it is where you are when you’re reading this)! Today, I’d like to introduce you to Anna Clark. Anna lives in Nashville, TN, and she’s making moves in the music scene, although not in the way that you might think. While Anna is a singer-songwriter, she’s also directly involved in the local community when it comes to making music accessible to all.
Sun Brother, the brainchild of singer/songwriter Billy Toulson, has been a solo project for the better part of a decade. Following Toulson’s recent move from Delaware to Music City, Sun Brother has found community in the close knit music scene that Nashville has to offer. This resulted in Toulson joining forces with bassist David Estes, keyboardist Bobby Steinfeld, drummer Andrew Rahm, and backing vocalist Grace Bates. Sun Brother falls loosely within the indie folk genre, with key tracks spanning beyond the grasp of genre’s confines and sitting comfortably in the outfield.Read More
Have you ever found yourself lost in a day dream about giving up your 9 to 5 in order to pursue your wildest, most exhilarating and fulfilling dreams? Of course you have. We all have. In the case of Tigers and Monkeys, vocalist Shonali Bhowmik did just that. After leaving law school to purse a music career, Shonali has been in the music world for over a decade and is the lead vocalist for the NYC based rock band Tigers and Monkeys.Read More
Ivey, a Nashville based pop punk group, recently released their debut album Take This To Heart, which includes the leading single “Through the Keyhole.” Ivey recorded the album at the famous Dark Horse Studio and released Take This To Heart earlier this month. The band’s members, Ivan Ayala, Lyle Wagner, and Christian Murre, pull their musical influences from late ‘90’s and early 2000’s pop punk bands and emo / alternative rock artists, which reflects in both their writing style and overall instrumental landscape on Take This To Heart.Read More
Dark Energy is the latest release from dark folk trio Cloudmouth. The album was released in May of this year, and features vocalist / guitarist Kyle Numann delivering delightfully ominous lyrics, Amoretta Taylor on drums + percussion while providing gentle backing vocals, and Chris Wilson lending a hand to cello, bass, and synth.Read More
With Pumpkinseed's new album release approaching (it drops on June 15th, ya'll!), I had the opportunity to chat with vocalist / guitarist Daniel Gardner about how the album came together, influential artists, tour plans, and more!Read More
Continue reading to check out an interview with Kailey where we talk about her new single, where she draws her inspiration, her biggest supporters, and more!Read More