Laura Marling performed “Master Hunter” on my show on Monday, November 11 before her show at Marathon Music Works that night. I didn’t get video of it, but thought you might want to check her out performing it live on Letterman earlier this year. You can hear my chat with her and her Lightning 100 in studio performance in our Audio Archive.
Ed Kowalcyk of the band Live stopped by the Lightning 100 studio before his concert at Franklin Theatre to chat with Lightning 100′s Lt. Dan.
11/13/13 The Colorist -”Little Games” -Lido EP
11/6/13 King Khan and The Shrines - “Born To Die” – Bite My Tongue
10/31/13 Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings – “Stranger To My Happiness” – Give The People What They Want
10/23/13 The Head And The Heart- “Another Story”- Let’s Be Still
After winning Lightning 100’s Music City Mayhem contest in 2012, Roots of a Rebellion took the stage at Live on the Green. In the last year and a half, the reggae rock band has continued to make progressive steps in their careers and in building up their community.
In addition to their “Inner Light” EP they’ve released a Summer Sampler 2013, including 17 songs that radiate with their continual sunshine. Austin Smith’s passion for creating messages and not just lyrics, movements and not just albums shines through as he said, “We wanted them [audiences] to pay us whatever… because at this stage in the game it is more important that our music and message is getting across.”
“What I’ve come to discover is that I get lost in all kinds of music all year round…but reggae is the one and only type of music that no matter what, every time, makes me feel at ease and allows me to quiet my mind, slow down, and enjoy the moment for what it is.”
“The song ‘Fixman’ means a lot to us as a band and it is one that I personally think exemplifies the message of Roots of a Rebellion which is—only you can fix you, only you can make you happy. Think for yourself. We are all going through something, and it’s up to each of us to “walk through our pain on our own” –Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers.”
With the growth of the band has also come much change. “Dear friend and founding bass player” Alec Newnam parted ways with the band to pursue graduate school. Adam Quellhorst, another long time friend, was then introduced to ROAR as bassist. Amidst the tumult, things kept falling into place as the group prepped for their next big move as their lead guitarist returned home from spending the Spring in California.
“The summer of 2013 found a brand new band of brothers united for the sole purpose of making music… When the band started, I [Austin] was the main singer and songwriter, but now everyone in the band has songs they’ve written and a voice to bring to the table, which makes for some serious experimentation and self-discovery as a band!”
“Before LOTG, we were very fortunate to have a super strong group of friends and followers from Belmont, but since LOTG we have seen such a wide variety of folks receive our music very well! All ages, colors, sizes, and types of people have expressed their appreciation for what we are doing and it is an enormous blessing!”
The Roots Crew
ROAR is not just a band, it’s the start of a movement. Each member has played volunteer shows for Hands on Nashville with still-dirty hands from planting trees and cleaning up local Nashville schools. While they could easily pull the artist-card and focus only on their music, they have given of themselves individually and as a family to bless others in any way that they can.
They’re not stopping there, however. They’re recruiting fans and friends to get in on the action, too. Stay up to date with their latest efforts and get involved at the Root’s Crew house.
“This past fall we started hosting ‘Medicine Wednesdays,’ a time every week where we’d come together and play our music in the hopes of spreading the healing power of music. This idea was inspired by one of our favorite bands named THUNDERBODY from Rochester, NY. This lead to meeting some truly inspiring individuals, who received our music and message of love and growth with open arms, minds, and hearts.”
“We are now, more than ever, a serious tribe of brothers and sisters, working to promote the healing power of music and it’s ability to unite like-minded individuals striving for strong, local communities thriving by staying positive and making the best music we can, all thanks to the Grace of God.”
Episode71. the615 11/11/13
Local Artist of the week-
Roots of a Rebellion- Fixman (Playin’ Live Friday 11/16/13 at Soulshine Pizza at 7:15)
Hammel – Pang-Summer Daze- Follow Your Dreams
Wells – The Wans- Satisfied
This Just In
That’s My Kid- When You Gonna Go- New EP
Kim Logan – Black Magic Boy – Kim Logan
Live in the Lightning 100 Studios
Tristen- Island Dream(Live Acoustic)- Caves
Moon Taxi – Morocco – Mountains, Beaches, Cities (On David Letterman Tonight 11/11/13)
Bands Around Town
Alanna Royale- Animal-Bless Her Heart- (Playin’ Live Wednesday 11/13 at Mercy Lounge w/ Lee Fields & the Expressions)
Vitek- Sun Bird- (Playin’ Live Thursday 11/14 at Mercy Lounge Communion Show w/ Tennis & 4 on the floor)
After performing at Zac Brown’s Southern Ground Music Festival, The Head and The Heart stuck around an extra day to perform a secret show for a few lucky Lightning 100 listeners at William Colliers. Our friends at OurVinyl.tv were kind enough to film the performance! Click here to see The Head and The Heart perform “Down In The Valley”, “Shake”, “Let’s Be Still” and “Lost In My Mind”.
Once again Yuengling presents Nashville Sunday Night at 3RD and Lindsley this week featuring Ivan & Alyosha, Matrimony, and The Falls. Our very own Ana Lee will be hosting and Lightning 100 will be broadcasting both Matrimony, and Ivan & Alyosha’s sets on air so if you cannot make it out to the show be sure to listen to Lightning 100 this Sunday night from 8-10 PM!
Ivan & Alyosha
Another powerhouse band coming out of the Seattle area, Ivan & Alyosha deliver intriguing lyrics through infectious harmonies supported by powerful melodies. Their latest effort, All the Times We Had, is the bands first full-length album to come after their two EP releases. Known for their high-energy live performances the band combines elements of folk, Americana, and rock in an impressive way that is sure to capture your attention. Take a listen to “Be Your Man”
Montibello Drive is this Charolette. North Carolina based bands highly anticipated debut album, and it was worth the wait. Matrimony has opened for a variety of acts such as Langhorne Slim, and Passion Pit. This energetic band has been performing and touring relentlessly and their connection as not only a band but a collective group of pairs of brothers and pairs of lovers alike. Take a listen to “Obey your Guns.”
Make sure you show up early to catch The Falls! This pair of songwriters have had romantic ups and downs in their lives that they are not afraid to write about and share with their fans. The twist is that the songs are about the romantic ups and downs of their own relationship, with each other. Truly an interesting pair this band will not disappoint. Take a listen to “Home”
Written by Jesse Nordstrom
Here’s the video for the song “Green Garden” you’ve been hearing recently on Lightning 100. It’s from her record “Sing To The Moon”
Here’s the official video for “It’s About Time” from the new record “Mind Over Matter” due out on Jan. 21st, 2014…
You’ve been hearing “Stranger To My Happiness” from their new record “Give The People What They Want” due out on Jan. 14th, 2014… Here’s another track that’s got Sharon animated!!! It’s called “Retreat”
Drummer/vocalist Matt Novonty
Bassist/vocalist Aaron Wahlman
Keys proficient Jonathan Rainville
Baritone guitar/vocalist Grant Gustafson
Guitar/vocalist Jonathon Childers…
…Blank Range, a name chosen for its ambiguity and ability to embody an array of images and meanings, is bridging the cassette-tape world with today’s frenzy of digital tracks and our regurgitated, adjunct love for vinyl after it’s remission during our youth.
Originally transplanted from the mid-west (Northern Illinois & St. Louis), most of the band members either went to college together or were previously in bands together. After only living here for several years, they seem to understand how our unique, creative-dense industry thrives.
“It’s all mixed-up. It’s between big and small, north and south; you have people from everywhere and, yet, there is a huge amount of civic pride; you can get to many other cities but it is often hard to leave your little cluster within this city; and, most importantly, you can be here a day and have made friends you’ll remember when you’re 64.”
They are taking their place here seriously but also with great jovial respect for the love of the work they do.
“The cool thing about being in a new band is that then you don’t have to consider theme. You work a job and play songs you like, and, in a way, the theme builds itself. We felt like putting songs to vinyl was an accomplishment. We are proud of what we’re making and wanted to represent that.”
Already past “Phase II,” their most recent release, “Scrapin b/w Before I Go To Sleep” EP just dropped at the beginning of this month. A release show is planned for Nov. 21st at the Basement, where they’ll be joined by “Fly Golden Eagle and The New Lonely… When [we asked them to play with us and] they said yes we felt like the luckiest guy going to prom.”
Leaving a bit up to interpretation, Blank Range presents their music to the feelings and understandings of others, a brave move for an artist.
“If each song can be played earnestly, there is a similarity. The listener can find a thread running through any compilation.”
Next on the Agenda
“We’re going to be playing three shows opening for Futurebirds next weekend (Nov 15, Proud Larry’s, Oxford, MS - Nov 16, Bottletree Cafe, Birmingham, AL - Nov 17, Vinyl Music Hall, Pensacola, FL). After that we’ll work on new music and look at getting on the road early next year.”
Episode70. the615 11/04/13
Local Artist of the week- (Playin Live Friday 11/8/13 at Soulshine Pizza FREE SHOW)
Blank Range- Scrapin’- (Buy the new 7” sing at www.blankrange.bandcamp.com)
Hammel – Hotpipes – I Don’t Wanna Die – Dust
Wells – The Black Cadillacs- Truth- (Playin Live Saturday 11/23 at Exit/In with Daniel Ellesworth and The Great Lakes)
Live in the Lightning 100 Studios- Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors
(Playin’ Live Friday 11/8 at Cannery Ballroom w/ Judah & the Lion)
Drew Holcomb live- Tennessee- Good Light
Drew Holcomb live- What Would I Do Without You- Good Light
Drew Holcomb’s pick- Rayland Baxter- Willys Song- Feathers & Fishhooks
This Just In
Two Blushing Pilgrims- Wet Paste- Good Grief -(Thurs @ Mercy)
Coyotes In Boxes – Brother Sun, Sister Moon – & Curtis & Fox
Bands Around Town
The Electric Hearts – Tired- Live in the Lightning100 Studio (Playin’ Live Friday 11/8/13 at the Basement)
Lightning 100, Team Green Adventures, and Metro Public Works’ Littering Is Wrong Too campaign came up with an idea to really push home the importance of keeping Nashville Clean, and now it’s turning into a pretty big deal! Mayor Karl Dean has issued an official proclimation to make this week Litter Free Nashville Week. Listen on Lightning 100 (WRLT 100.1 FM) all week long for littering facts, chances to win $100 Visa gift cards, and sample jingles from the Public Works’ Littering Is Wrong Too Jingle Contest! It all kicks off with an interview from the Mayor during our Morning show @ 9:30am Monday!
Metropolitan Nashville Department of Public Works and Lightning 100 encourage you to take action this week, and make a difference! To find resources for organizing your own cleanup event, or to get supplies donated to the cause, contact Metro Nashville Public Works at (615) 862-8418.
When: November 4-8th, 2013
Where: Nashville, TN
(… and all surrounding Greater Nashville areas, and surrounding counties!)
Cost: This is a free city-wide initiative. Let’s get started!
Trip Leader: YOU!
Difficulty: It’s easy to pick up litter as you pass by it! It’s also easy to win $100 (details below)!
Registration Deadline: Registration not required, but you can show support on Litter Free Nasvhille Week Facebook event page.
SOCIAL MEDIA CONTESTING
When you are driving
Don’t throw trash out the window
Or we will find you
Write a haiku, post a Litter Free Caption Photo, or Retweet some pretty outstanding Litter Facts… and you could win a $100 Visa Gift Cards, compliments of Waste Management and Metro Public Works’Littering Is Wrong Too campaign! Individuals can enter in all three contesting opportunities, but is only eligible to win one. Check out the details below:
Team Green Twitter: @TeamGreenAdvntr
- Post a photo of a recent cleanup (your own, or snag one from Team Green’s website) with a caption, tag @TeamGreenAdvntr, and #L100Litter Free.
- Contesting ends 11/8 at 3pm.
- Team Green will select the best photo/caption combination
- Winner will receive a $100 Visa Gift Card.
Lightning 100 Twitter: @Lightning100
- Lightning 100 will Tweet Littering Facts throughout the week. Tweets will be posted each morning from 10-Noon.
- Retweet with #L100LitterFree.
- Random selection for a winner, from database of people who Retweeted, for $100 Visa Gift Card.
- Contesting ends 11/8 @ 3pm
Lightning 100 Facebook: fb/WRLTLightning100
- Write a Haiku about keeping Nashville Litter Free throughout the week, and #L100LitterFree
- 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables
- The best Haiku posted by the end of the week wins a $100 Visa Gift Card.
- Contest will be posted on Lightning100.com’s VIP Contest page and home page
- Contesting ends 11/8 @ 3pm.
ABOUT LITTERING IS WRONG TOO
Cheering for the Red Wings at a Preds game is wrong. Really wrong. So is singing out of tune, and not supporting Local Music!
Littering is wrong too, yet some people still do it. Keep America Beautiful has launched a new campaign to get people talking about littering, and Nashville Public Works is bringing the campaign to Music City. The campaign is funded by a grant from the Tennessee Department of Transportation in partnership with Keep American Beautiful. Metro Beautification and Environment Commission will conduct a campaign effectiveness evaluation late this year. We hope you will join us in spreading the word that littering is just plain wrong!
How wrong is it ? Here’s some stats about littering to get your blood boiling and inspire you to help spread the word about just how wrong littering is.
- $11,000,000. Yes, you read those zeros right. That’s $11 million tax payer dollars our state spends picking up the trash Tennesseans throw down on the ground.
- 12,000,000 miles are driven each year picking up litter in our state. Think about all the gas that is needed to fuel trucks for litter pick up.
- 18% of all littered items end up in our streams and waterways as pollution. That means litter in our state travels to other states and eventually ends up in the ocean.
Want to get more involved in the campaign? Help spread the word, and pick up some litter as you pass it by. Join us in celebrating Litter Free Nashville Week!
In the Music City when it comes to music nearly anything is possible. This city keeps us all guessing as to who will show up, sit in, or come out to watch a wide array of shows. It is easy to brush shoulders with a variety of different musicians, actors, and other varying people of interest on an almost daily basis. In essence a lot of very talented people reside in Nashville. With that being said it’s easy to see how the super-group Salvador Dali Parton was formed with such ease. What’s that? You have never heard of this band? Well that is probably based on the fact that this Sludge-metal super group has come and gone maybe not for good but certainly for now. The Band formed on Thursday of last week and featured Winston Marshall of Mumford and Sons and Old Crow Medicine Show’s Gil Landry on guitar, Nashville folk rockers’ the Apache Relay’s Mike Harris on bass and JEFF the Brotherhood guitarist Jake Orrall on drums, and the band was fronted by Vaccines’ singer Justin Hayward-Young. The band spent Thursday and Friday writing and rehearsing songs for their six stop Nashville tour happening Saturday. That’s right six shows in one evening starting at the Hi-Watt, continuing on to The Exit/In where I first came in contact with the band, up next was The Stone Fox followed by Springwater, then headed over to a house party at the residence of Nashville’s own Diarrhea Planet, and finally wrapping up the night at FooBar.
When I ran into the members of Salvador Dali Parton at The Exit/In they had just finished their 30-minute set and were exiting the venue back stage to begin one of the fastest and slightly unorganized load out I had ever seen. Winston Marshall remarked, “They loved us” as he walked past me towards the band’s van. He returned moments later with half a bottle of whiskey and joined his band-mates in the ferocious load-out quickly realizing that the bottle of whiskey was more of a hindrance than anything. He quickly passed it off to me asking, “Hold this for me won’t you lad?” Before I knew it I had the bottle of whiskey in one hand while I was heaving microphone stands into the back of the band’s van. It was quite a scene to see the band members as they zipped past me Winston in drag, Hayward-Young a monk, Orral a ninja, Landry a priest, bassist Mike Harris sporting the face paint as a tribute to KISS. They tossed the last of the equipment into the van and were just about ready to be on their way. I called out to Winston to return his whiskey. With gratitude he came over to take back what was his and asked, “You coming to the other shows?” Before I could open my mouth he answered for me with a strike to my shoulder he stated, “Yes! All of them! See you there.” Into the van they hopped and drove off. My car brought up the rear of their caravan crisscrossing through Nashville throughout the night helping with the load-in or load-out when I could, and staying out of the way and observing when I was unnecessary. The Stone Fox, Springwater, and the house party were nearly impossible to get into because of the sheer amount of fans. The band’s onstage presence and energy was undeniable and electrified the crowd. I was honored to have tagged along with the band that will go down in history, Salvador Dali Parton.
Moral of the story: If Winston Marshall asks you to hold the whiskey, do not hesitate to say, “Yes.”
Written by: Jesse Nordstrom
The Flaming Lips and Tame Impala started their creative collaboration in 2012 with Heady Fwendswith. They’ve already announced the release of an EP where they’ll cover each other’s songs. What do you think of The Flaming Lips cover of “Elpehant”? Watch the video below.
Employing a stylish mix of arty, confessional bedroom pop and club-ready electro-rock that has drawn comparisons to the likes of Grimes, Lana Del Rey, and Sky Ferreira, New Zealand singer/songwriter Ella Yelich-O’Connor, who goes by the stage name Lorde, became an Internet sensation at the age of 16 with the video for her debut single, “Royals,” which garnered over 750,000 hits on YouTube. Her 2013 debut EP, The Love Club, hit the number one spot on both the New Zealand and Australian charts. The New Zealander continued her meteoric rise to fame in 2013 with a growing fan base and began sessions for her debut album, Pure Heroine, with producer Joel Little.
Want to see The Mowglis headline with Kopecky Family Band? Show your kindness by doing something kind for someone! Let us know what you did in a comment below and for the chance to win tickets with 3 of your friends will be chosen to have a VIP experience (parking, separate viewing area, mercy items, and concessions) at the show! Contest ends Tuesday, November 6th… go make someone’s day!
Hailing from somewhere in the Midwest, front lady Margo Price grew up in a farming town where music didn’t thrive. Fortunately, it did thrive in the more obscure parts of her lineage. Price traced her creative genes to a great-grandfather who played piano using only the black keys.
A restless soul brought her to Nashville in the early aughts where she met guitarist Jeremy Ivey. The two made a couple as well as co-writers and got married. In late 2008, they met bassist Matt Gardner whose guitar chops were so good, he eventually switched instruments. They added bassist Jason White later, and drummer Dillon Napier joined in late 2010.
Throughout the band’s formative decade, Buffalo Clover, even in its developmental stages, attracted a variety of talent. Price has worked on two different projects with Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes. Pianist Micah Hulscher, who plays with rockabilly queen Wanda Jackson on the road, recorded on Buffalo Clover’s last record, Low Down Time, and sometimes joins the band for live performances. They’ve also shared the stage with The Flaming Lips, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and legendary sax player Bobby Keys, proving their southern soul style can match up with anyone.
In the simplest terms, Buffalo Clover are vintage rock ‘n’ rollers, but the South tends to creep in. This brand of southern soul bears a striking resemblance to their idols, the Rolling Stones and The Band. Taking a cue from Bob Dylan with a lyrical poeticism inspired by the troubled times, and Janis Joplin with her rough-hewn-but-honest, bottom-of-the-heart soulful lilt, Buffalo Clover emulate their musical paragons in a style of their own.
Never playing the same show twice, the band’s genuineness translates to a loyal local fan base. It makes them just as much at home playing in the UK, which they toured last summer, as The 5 Spot in East Nashville.
Ever the victims of wanderlust, what Buffalo Clover has in mind for 2013 is getting back to those places, in both Europe and the states, and continuing to bring the southern soul to a wider audience.
Episode69. the615 10/28/13
Local Artist of the week
Buffalo Clover- Thruthfullness- Test Your Love
Guest DJ- Matt Hall (Owner & Editor of No Country For New Nashville)
Aquaducks- This Far
Staying For The Weekend- Let Go
Simo- Shake It
*repeat repeat- Miss Mellisa
Tesla Rosa- Last Days
Bully- Brian Freeze
Pang- Summer Daze
Sherbert- Walk Away
Wabash Revival- Wont Be Long
Sara Beck- Come On
Haunted Device- Haunted Device
Cotton Wine- Corn In A Cotton Field
How would you like to be King for a Day? Lightning 100 is partnering with Live Nation to give one lucky listener the royal experience at Kings of Leon show at Bridgestone Arena on February 7th. Submit a photo of yourself dressed as a “King” for the chance to win two tickets to the show, limo ride from Grand Avenue, and dinner before the show! All photos should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Bonus points if you post the photo on Facebook and tag Lightning 100 and #kingforaday.
Franz Ferdinand performing live in the Lightning 100 studio in Nashville, TN before their performance at Cannery Ballroom Oct 15, 2013. Alex and Nick play “Love Illumination” and “Right Action” on acoustic Gibson Guitars.
It’s another beautiful week in Nashville Tennessee. The leaves are beginning to change, and sweater weather is upon us! So when people ask you what you have “On Tap” this Thursday night you can answer them with “Just that!” This Thursday at the Tin Roof, On Tap presents, Roots Of A Rebellion, Phin, and Nava Hotel for free! Jackalope Brewery sponsors this free even starting at 8 pm. Come on down Thursday Night to pair your local brews with local tunes.
Roots of a Rebellion
A common misconception of an outsider to Nashville is that we as a city only produce Country music and what a misconception it is! Roots of a Rebellion are here to prove just that! These Nashville natives combine an impressive mix of reggae, soul, and rock and are just looking to spread good vibes to the music city and beyond! Sharing the stage with such acts as, The Wailers, Slightly Stoopid, Tribal Seeds, North Mississippi Allstars, SOJA, and Cas Haley its hard to deny that these boys are on their way. Take a listen to “Giving Tree”
This young band met when they all attended Trevecca University here in Nashville and have been making waves in the music city ever since.last week they opened up for Lord Huron at Third and Lindsley for Lightning 100’s Nashville Sunday night take a listen to their set here!
Another Band just established this year is Nava Hotel. Describing themselves on their Facebook as “loud ass rock music” and have been described by others as, “a fantastic representation of the local underground sound that is on fire right now.” Take a look at their hula hoopin’ new video for their song “Only Son”
In his latest EP San Francisco, Seth Wood brings his gospel background to picnic with his own folk-inspired style, where audiences can feast on words that he has been carefully harvesting for months.
Ripe and ready for listening, this 2013 release, produced by Tom Laune, echoes of a season where Wood wrestled extensively with his dreams and impending realities. When friend DJ Lipscomb suggested he begin a Kickstarter campaign to fund the EP, Wood consenting under one condition: “If it doesn’t happen, this is the world signaling for me to not do music anymore.”
Six weeks of madness ensued where Wood lived on a haggard diet of social media, sharing, promoting, and praying, all of which paid off when he exceeded his goal of $7,000.
But, behind this wonderful moment was buried a great many more moments that seemingly lacked any “wonderfulness.”
Music in itself has an inexplicably powerful way of moving people, but what first moved Wood to music was the fatal car accident of a friend who lost her life in high school. He was asked to perform in her memory, an event which manifested early encouragement that this is what he was meant to do. After graduating, he jumped right into college at Middle TN State University to pursue a career in music. But, he grew increasingly discouraged after nothing seemed to be taking shape, so he moved to France to spend a year studying and exploring new opportunities.
Having already tried to stir up the waters of the music industry and finding, instead of a dynamic river a still, shallow lake, he jumped into a new pool entirely: the art of film. He nearly lost himself within the depths of creating, experiencing, and learning – but this ultimately led to him to finding himself. Nothing was settled in his spirit, he told me, without music – the inner musician was ever beckoning. So on a normal day he made another pivotal decision, acquiescing to the voice of fate by buying a guitar.
“When I heard Damien rice in Europe I thought, now there’s a guy just playing the guitar and singing. He’s doing everything with his soul and a couple of chords. I can do that.”
Between simple chords and choppy lyrics, he began to grow again.
Moving back to Nashville in 2007, the winds began to shift once more. Wood settled himself into odd jobs to support his composing and performing, welcomed into music city first by new friend Brooke Waggoner, followed by power couple-duo Elenowen and many more. “Building good relationships is key,” suggested Wood.
Discouragement returned, however, after a long bout of playing shows and leading to nothing further. So he did what anyone would do when feeling disconnected between seasons of life – he moved back home to Franklin.
While trying to regain a sense of himself and his music, Wood again tried to venture into other areas of art. Photography became a new love, a side hobby he maintains today.
Finding expression through other modes of creativity was only a step in the right direction for Wood, however. “It wasn’t clicking with my soul – didn’t make much sense for me to try all of that.” His best moments are ever in crafting lyrics, juggling chords, sculpting forms that others can relate to out of giant blobs of common emotions and experiences.
Once he let go, running into the winds that had driven him hither and thither before, he found his way to a place where he now knows that, beyond the inconsistency of the industry, this is where he calling lays.
Traveling showed him how big the world is and how music can impact people around the globe, “You don’t even have to understand what’s being said, just immerse yourself in it. It can move you even in a different language.”
Episode68. the615 10/21/13
Local Artist of the week
Seth Wood- Losing Streak- San Francisco EP
Hammel – Nudity – Light U Up – Single OMGnudity.com
Wells – Adam Burrows- Worlds Largest Pumpkin
Live from the Lightning 100 Studios
Amanda Shires- Bulletproof(Live)- From the record Down Fell The Dove
This Just In
The Coal Men – Last Goodbye- Escalator
The Lonely Biscuits- Pool Day- Things Sure Have Changed
Maty Noyes – 14 Faces
Patachi Kid – The Swamp – Patachi Kid
Christian Luthi- Ten Years- Ten Years
The Weeks- Homeward Bound
Bands Around Town (Playin’ Live Thursday 10/24/13 at Tin Roof Nashville for On Tap w/ Nava Hotel and Phin & Roots of Rebellion)
Nava Hotel – Threw It Away
Phin- Those Killers- Those Killers
Roots of A Rebellion – Californias Waiting