Bonnaroo Themed Beer Bands and Bingo Rules

Bonnaroo themed Beer, Bands & Bingo – Bonnaroo 2015 Promotion:
These rules govern the Bonnaroo themed Beer, Bands & Bingo Promotion (“the promotion”). The Promotion begins on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 and ends on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.

Each Tuesday during the Promotion Dates, Lightning 100 & Tin Roof Nashville on Demonbreun will play Beer Bands & Bingo for a chance to win two weekend passes to The 2015 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. Bonnaroo 2015 takes place June 11-14, 2015 in Manchester, TN.


Grand prize package consists of: (2) 4-day GA passes to The 2015 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. Festival information at:


To participate in the Promotion, participants may enter at Tin Roof Nashville – Demonbreun each Tuesday beginning on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at 7:30pm CDT and ending on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 9:59pm CDT (the “Entry Period”) as follows:


Join us at Tin Roof Nashville – Demonbreun Street, Nashville, TN – each Tuesday, between 7:30-10pm CDT during the Entry Period and ask for your Beer Bands & Bingo punch card and hang out to play bingo.

During the Beer Bands & Bingo event each Tuesday during the Entry Period, each winning Bingo game card may be exchanged for an entry into the Grand Prize drawing.


Bring your punch card each week during the contest period and the Tin Roof staff will punch your card after you’ve played at least two games of bingo.


On March 10, 2015, at the end of the entry period, one entry blank will be given for entry in the Grand Prize for every punch on the punch card during the contest period.


Odds of winning Grand Prize depends upon number of eligible entries received.



  1. The Promotion is open to all persons who are legal U. S. residents, who are 21 years of age or older. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Employees, officers, directors and agents of the Station, Tin Roof LLC, their corporate affiliates, Station’s advertising and promotional agencies, participating sponsors, prize suppliers, their respective affiliates (collectively, the “Promotion Entities”) and the members of their immediate families (spouse, parents, siblings or children) and those living in the same household of each (whether related or not), are ineligible to enter or win. This Promotion is subject to all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. By participating, entrant agrees to comply with these Official Rules and the decisions of the Station, which are final and binding in all respects.
  2. The winner(s) may be required to present valid government-issued photo identification and must provide winner’s complete address, date of birth and phone number to claim a prize(s).
  3. Entrants are required to provide truthful information and the Station will reject and delete any entry that it discovers to be false or fraudulent. The Station will disqualify any entrant who does not meet the eligibility requirements and will also delete any entry as required by law.
  4. Grand Prize drawing will be held Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at the conclusion of Beer Bands & Bingo (approximately 10pm CST) inside the Green Room at Tin Roof Nashville – Demonbreun. Eligible participants MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN ON MARCH 10, 2015 AT 10PM.




  1. One (1) Grand Prize will be awarded in this Promotion. The Grand Prize is a trip for two (2) GA tickets to attend The 2015 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, June 11-14, 2015 in Manchester, TN.

b.The Prize winner and guest must be 21 years of age or older. The Prize winner and guest must sign a Publicity, Liability Waiver and Travel Release form. If a prize-related event or travel is unable to take place as scheduled, for reasons such as cancellation, preemption, postponement or unavailability, including for weather, or for any reason beyond the control of the Promotion Entities, their sole responsibility to the Prize winner will be to award the remaining available elements of the Prize(s) and no substitution or compensation will be provided for the unawarded elements of the Prize(s). Vouchers/certificates/tickets are not refundable or transferable, and may not be substituted or exchanged for cash or credit at any time, nor will vouchers/certificates/tickets be replaced if lost or stolen. The Station and/or venue, in their sole discretion, reserve the right to deny entry to or to remove the Prize winner(s) and/or guest(s) if either engages in disruptive behavior or in a manner with intent to annoy, abuse, threaten or harass any other person at any of the prize-related events.

  1. No more than the stated number of prizes specified in these official rules will be awarded. All prizes or prize certificates must be claimed at the office of the Station at the address below during regular business hours. The winner(s) will forfeit any prize(s) or prize certificate(s) not claimed within thirty (90) days of winning. In the event that a prize or prize certificate is mailed or shipped to the winner(s), it will be with the prior written consent of the winner(s) and therefore, winner(s) assumes the risk of its loss. The Station is not responsible for the safe arrival of a prize(s) or prize certificate(s).

d.Prize(s) is not transferable, and no substitution, assignment or cash equivalent of prize(s) is permitted, except by the Station (solely at its discretion), which reserves the right to substitute a prize or prize portion with another prize or prize portion of greater or equal value. The prize(s) are expressly limited to the item(s) listed above and unless otherwise expressly specified, do not include taxes, gratuities or any other expenses. Promotion Entities are not responsible for winners’ limitations that prevent acceptance or use of prize(s). Entrants acknowledge that the Promotion Entities have not made, and are not in any manner responsible or liable for, any warranties, representations or guarantees, and hereby disclaim any and all warranties, expressed or implied, whether by contract or law, concerning any prize, including without limitation, implied warranties of quality, merchantability, mechanical condition or fitness for a particular purpose. Other restrictions may apply.


a.Decisions of the Station management with respect to the Promotion are final.

  1. On Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at approximately 10:00pm CST the Station will randomly select one (1) Prize winner from all eligible entries received during the Entry Period.
  2. The Station will notify the Prize winner in person following the drawing – ENTRANTS MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN.

d.Odds of winning depend upon the number of eligible entries received.

e.Prize(s) will be awarded only upon confirmation of eligibility and completion of all requisite releases. The winner(s) must execute and return any required affidavit of eligibility and/or liability/publicity release within thirty (90) days of winning or prize(s) will be forfeited and an alternate winner may be selected (time permitting) in a random drawing of all remaining eligible entries. If a winner has not reached the age of majority in his/her state of residence, the prize(s) will be awarded in the name of his/her parent or legal guardian. If a potential winner(s), fails to sign and return the required fully-executed affidavit of eligibility and/or liability/publicity release within the required time period, or if a prize or prize notification is returned as undeliverable, the potential winner forfeits the prize(s).


  1. Payments of all federal, state and local taxes are solely the responsibility of the winner(s). The winner(s) may be required to complete and submit an IRS Form W-9 with the winner’s full Social Security Number or the equivalent for receipt of any prize(s) and will be required to complete and submit an IRS Form W-9 with the winner’s full Social Security Number or the equivalent for receipt of any prize(s) valued at $600 or more or for any prizes awarded by the Station in a calendar year with an aggregate value of $600 or more. Failure to submit a complete W-9 or equivalent will result in forfeiture of the prize(s). Such winnings of $600 or more will be reported to the IRS.
  2. Participation in the Promotion and/or acceptance of prize(s) constitutes entrant’s and/or winner’s (and guest’s, if applicable) permission for the Station or its designees to interview the winner(s) (or guest(s), if applicable), to photograph, film and record each winner (or guest, if applicable), and to use in commerce and in any media, now or hereafter known, throughout the world, in perpetuity, his/her name, prize(s) won, hometown (city and state), biographic information, likeness, photograph, voice, audio or video recording and/or any statements made by him/her regarding the Station, the Promotion and/or its sponsor(s) for purposes of trade, publicity or promotion without notice or additional compensation, notification or permission, in perpetuity, except where prohibited by law. Each winner (and guest, if applicable) agrees to sign a publicity release confirming such consent prior to acceptance of the prize, except where prohibited by law.
  3. Participation in the Promotion and/or acceptance of prize(s) constitutes entrant’s and/or winner’s (and guest’s, if applicable) agreement to release, discharge, and hold harmless the Promotion Entities and their respective officers, shareholders, directors, employees, agents and representatives and all of their successors and assigns (collectively, the “Released Parties”) from and against any and all claims or liability arising directly or indirectly from any prize(s) awarded and participation in the Promotion, including, but not limited to, personal injury, death or damage to or loss of property, which may occur in connection with, preparation for, travel to, or participation in the Promotion, or delivery, possession, acceptance and/or use or misuse of any prize or participation in any Promotion-related activity, including, but not limited to, any claims based on publicity rights, defamation, invasion of privacy and merchandise delivery.
  4. If for any reason this Promotion cannot be executed as planned, including but not limited to, as a result of tampering, unauthorized intervention, fraud, technical failures, or any other causes beyond the control of the Released Parties that corrupt or affect the security, administration, fairness, integrity or proper conduct of the Promotion, or if the Promotion is compromised or becomes technically corrupted in any way, electronically or otherwise, the Station reserves the right to cancel, terminate, suspend and/or modify the Promotion. If the Promotion is terminated before the original end date, the Station reserves the right, in its sole discretion to, to modify the procedure for selecting winner(s), unless the nature of the event giving rise to such termination renders it impossible to select winner(s).
  5. The Released Parties are not responsible for (i) typographical or other errors in the printing, the offering or the administration of the Promotion or in the announcement of a prize(s); (ii) incorrect or inaccurate entry information, human error, failure or omission; (iii) unauthorized human intervention; (iv) lost, stolen, mangled, illegible and incomplete entries; (v) any cancellations, delays, diversions, substitutions or omissions whatsoever by any transportation providers or any other persons or entities providing any services to winner(s) (and guest(s), if applicable) including any results thereof such as changes in services or location necessitated by same. Further, the Released Parties are not responsible if any part of a Promotion prize cannot be awarded due to acts of God, acts of war, natural disasters, weather, acts of terrorism or other factors beyond the Released Parties’ control.
  6. Any attempt by any entrant to obtain more than the stated number of entries by using multiple/different identities, registrations or any other methods may void that entrant’s entries and that entrant may be disqualified. The use of any device to automate entry is prohibited. Any use of robotic, repetitive, automatic, programmed or similar entry methods or agents (including, but not limited to, promotion entry services or proxies) will void all entries by that entrant at the Station’s discretion. The Station, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to disqualify any person who it believes is tampering with the entry process or the operation of the Promotion. Failure to comply with the rules of the Promotion may result in an entrant’s disqualification and/or forfeiture of any prize or prizes. If the Station makes a good faith determination that an entrant has cheated or committed fraudulent activity in connection with a Promotion, the Station may disqualify that entrant from entering and/or winning this and any or all future Station-administered Promotions and seek damages to the fullest extent permitted by law.
  7. The Station reserves the right to make changes to the rules of the Promotion, including, without limitation, the substitution of a prize(s) of equivalent value, which will become effective upon announcement. If due to circumstances beyond the control of the Promotion Entities, any competition or prize-related event or travel is delayed, rescheduled, postponed or cancelled, the Station reserves the right, but not the obligation, to cancel, terminate, suspend or modify the Promotion and shall not be required to award a substitute prize(s).
  8. For a copy of these Official Rules, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to “Bonnaroo themed Beer Bands & Bingo promotion– Official Rules,” Attn: Promotion, WRLT 1310 Clinton Street Suite 215 Nashville, TN 37203. For the names of the prize winner(s) send a self-addressed stamped envelope for receipt by March 31, 2015 to the above address marked “Bonnaroo themed Beer Bands & Bingo promotion – Winner List.” The Official Rules and the Winner List (when completed) shall also be available during regular business hours at the main offices of the Station and may be posted online at


  1. By participating in the Promotion, entrant agrees to the Station’s Terms of Use Agreement and to the use of entrant’s personal information as described in the Privacy Policy located at In the event of conflict between the Station’s Terms of Use Agreement and these Official Rules, the terms of these Official Rules shall apply.

Administrator: WRLT 1310 Clinton St. Suite 200 Nashville, TN 37203

Sponsor: Tin Roof LLC, Demonbreun Street Nashville, TN 37207



Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival Lineup 2015


Tickets go on sale for Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival on January 17th and noon (EST).

Lightning 100 will be doing a live update during #BLAM!  Full lineup will be released at 8pm.

Kendrick Lamar, Billy Joel, Run the Jewels, Slayer, Dawes, Spoon, Flying Lotus, Shakey Graves, Belle and Sebastian, the War on Drugs, Moon Taxi, My Morning Jacket, Punch Brothers, Caribou, Mac DeMarco, Sylvan Esso, Jamie xx, Iceage, Rustie, Robert Plant, Tears for Fears, Florence and the Machine, Shabazz Palaces, Freddie Gibbs & Madlib, Against Me!, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Courtney Barnett, Pallbearer, SBTRKT, Flume, Woods, Alabama Shakes, Atmosphere, Dej Loaf, Earth Wind & Fire, SZA, Rhiannon Giddens, Hiss Golden Messenger, Tanya Tagaq, MØ, Tycho, Bleachers, Temples, the Very Best, and more.


the615 1/12/15

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Local Artist of the week
That’s My Kid – Come Over-  TMK

Dj Picks
Hammel - Easy Roscoe – Alright; Regina
Wells - The Busks – Ugly Girlfriend – Spare Change

This Just In
Diamond Carter – Duende – Duende
Louisa Wendorff – Every Little Thing – Arrow
A Secret Policeman’s Ball – A Young Stephen Dorff – Teenage Crimewave
Zach Wolfe & The Coyotes – All The Time – The Tri-State Series Vol. 1 : Tennessee

Live in the LC studios – Lines In The Sky – (Playin’ Live Saturday 1/17/15 at Rocketown)
Lines In the Sky (Live) – Panzerkardinal
Lines In the Sky (Live) – Dig Deeper

Bands Around Town-
Anderson East – Only You (Playin’ Live 1/12/15 at The Basement)
Fly Golden Eagle – You Look Good To Me (Playin’ Nashville Sunday Night 1/18/15 w/ Strand Of Oaks)


The Hangout Music Fest Lineup 2015


Tickets to the 2015 Hangout Music Festival will go on sale at 10 am EST, Tuesday, January 12.  Wonder what Hangout Music Festival is like?  Your friends at WRLT have attend the festival since the beginning in 2010, bringing you backstage performances and interviews from some of your favorite artist.  Click here to check out Lightning 100’s festival coverage featuring Micheal Franti, The Lumineers, Old Crow Medicine Show, Brandi Carlile, Justin Townes Earle, John and Jacob, The TonTons, and more!  Lightning 100 teams up with Mellow Mushroom for the second annual Hangout Games starting later this month!  Stay tuned for more details coming your way.

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The 12 Days of Roo Clues

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival released “The 12 Days Of Roo Clues” to give you a few hints on the 2015 lineup release.  Each day, Bonnaroo has released a clue for different artist performing on the farm in June.  Can you guess any of the artist?


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Knox Hamilton performing “Work It Out” and “Rightfully So”


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Have you been enjoying “Work It Out” on 100.1 FM?  Knox Hamilton made their first visit to the LC Studio to chat with Wells Adams.  Check out two acoustic songs from Knox Hamilton including “Work It Out” and “Rightfully So” live at Lightning 100.

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the615 1/5/15 The Best of 2014 Pt. 1

Episode131. the615 1/5/15 The Best of 2014 Pt. 1

Dean Fields – More Than I Deserve
Liza Anne – Thin Ice
Bobby Bare Jr. – North of Alabama By Morning
Future Thieves – Secret
Bird Dog – Faux Coup
Peyton Parker & Jon Latham – The Braver Man (Live@Jed’s)
Candle Kid – Waiting For Death
The Harmaleighs – I Keep Ticking On
The Alarms – The Axe
Kynlie – Hangin’ Round
Sexx – Surf City
Robert Ellis – Tour Song


All Them Witches performing “Unreleased Song”

All Them Witches stopped by the studio after their sold out Nashville Sunday Night show at 3rd and Lindsley.   Check out this unreleased acoustic track from All Them Witches.



Modest Mouse – Lampshades on Fire


Modest Mouse debuts a new tunes on 100.1 FM after a several year hiatus.  Tune in to hear “Lampshades on Fire” from their upcoming release Strangers to Ourselves coming out on March 3rd.

Preorder “Strangers To Ourselves” at iTunes:
Preorder “Strangers To Ourselves” at Amazon:
Play “Lampshades On Fire” at Spotify:



Coachella 2015 Lineup


Coachella returns to Indio, California on 4/10-12 and 4/17-19. Get tickets here starting this Wednesday, 1/7 at noon PST.


the615 1/5/15 The Best Of 2014 Pt. 2

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Local Artist of the week
Clemency – Runaways-  You’ve Got the Fire EP (Out 2/10/15)

The Best of 2014 Pt.2
Phin- Those Killers
Fly Golden Eagle – Stepping Stone – Quarts Bijou
Daniel Ellsworth And The Great Lakes – Phantoms – Kid Tiger
The Whistles And The Bells – Transistor Resistor
All Them Witches – Live In the Lightning 100 Studios
The Weeks – Buttons
Alanna Royale – Cop Show – Achilles

Live in the LC studios – Zeke Duhon – (Playin’ Live Thursday at Mercy Lounge w/ Civil Twilight and Knox Hamilton)
Zeke Duhon (Live) – Carry Me
Zeke Duhon (Live) – Faith And Hope
Civil Twilight – Letters From The Sky


Clemency – Runaways

This week the Local Artists of the Week returns with Clemency and the song “Runaways.”  See them for FREE at Soulshine Pizza Friday 1/9/15 at 7pm!


Lightning 100’s Top 100 Songs of 2014

It was a tough year to narrow it down to the Top Lightning 100 songs played in 2014.  Hope you enjoyed another great year of music from national and locals.  What do you think of the list?  Let us know in a comment below.  Thanks for listening to WRLT, Lightning 100!

100.   Jack White – Alone in My Home

99.     Manchester Orchestra – Top Notch

98.     Jukebox the Ghost – Great Unknown

97.     Bahamas  – Stronger Than That

96.     Streets of Laredo – Lonsdale Line

95.     Phin – Those Killers

94.     Tom Petty – U Get Me High

93.     Shakey Graves – Dearly Departed

92.     Kings of Leon – Family Tree

91.     Brett Dennen – When We Were Young

90.     The Lone Bellow – Then Came the Morning

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The 8 Beers of Hannaukah

If you missed any of the 8 delicious beers we tried this Hannaukah season, we have you covered!  Thanks to Matt from Rhizome Productions for helping us out. L’chaim!


the615 12/22/14 Holiday Special!

Episode130. the615 12/22/14 – Holiday Special
Boom Forest – The Christmas Song – Boom Forest invites you to a Very Cookie Christmas Vol. 2
Sexx - Santa Can’t Die
John Prine – I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa
Sol Cat – This Christmas
Ben Folds – Bizarre Christmas Incident
Rebecca Roubion – Christmas Lights –
James Wallace & The Naked Light – Colored Lights
Tom Mason & The Blue Buccaneers – Yo Ho Ho
Moon Taxi – It’s Only Christmas
Daniel Ellsworth And The Great Lakes - Happy Holidays From the615
Aaron Wright- Christmas Ain’t Christmas
Graham Stoner – Do you Hear What I Hear


Alanna Royale performing “18” and “Cop Show”

Alana Royale live

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 Alanna Royale visits the LC studio to talk about her recently release Achilles.  We fit all six members into the studio to perform “18” and “Cop Show”.   Make sure to request Alanna Royale during the615 or lunch request hour if you would like to hear more from this Nashville band.  Click here if you want to hear the full interview with Lt. Dan.

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The Tasting Bar – Holiday Gift Ideas 12/22/14

Needs some last minute holiday gift ideas?  Lisa from The Bottle Shop has you covered!


The Tasting Bar — Four Roses & Uncle Vals Gin 12.19.14

Today on The Tasting Bar, Dave from The Bottle Shop show us some of his holiday favorites.  We’re talking Four Roses Bourbon and Uncle Vals gin people!


John Butler Trio performing “Spring To Come” and “Better Than”


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John Butler Trio stopped by the LC studio before their show at Ryman Auditorium.  Check out this performance featuring their new single “Spring To Come” and a Lightning 100 favorite “Better Than” live in the studio.

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Leon Bridges debuts “Better Man”


Leon Bridges is from Fort Worth, Texas. Leon is known for blending southern soul and gospel.  Those are the only two things Lightning 100 really knows about this new artist on 100.1 FM!  Lightning 100 was pumped to find the song “Better Man” to debut on WRLT.  What do you think of this new artist?



The Modern Royals debut “Only You to Blame”

The Modern Royals

The modern Royals started from a digital glitch in the modern struggle to 5ind analog. Far into the ground they search for a 5irm grip on the emotional value of veracity. Like worms and dirt, they lay foundation to a more complex and ruling art in which they consider to be the holy grail of music at whole. Together they 5ind connection to everyday life that the average listener sometimes needs help hearing. Like a baby starling, these songbirds are harmonious with the 5iner things in life.


the615 12/15/14

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Local Artist of the week
The Modern Royals – Only You To Blame – The Modern Royals

Dj Picks
Hammel - Ranch Ghost – Black Caboose – S/t EP
Wells -Field Division – Faultlines – Reverie State ( Communion – Soil & the Sun, Gabriel Kelley, Count This Penny)

This Just In
Kyle Cox – I Ain’t Been Lonely, Until I Met You – The Plan, The Mess

Live in the LC studios – Rebecca Roubion - New Christmas Record out now called Christmas Lights
Rebecca Roubion (Live) – Joy To The World
Rebecca Roubion (Live) – Christmas Lights

Bands Around Town
The Future – Baby You’re Golden (Playin’ Live Wednesday 12/17/14 at Tin Roof Nashville at 8pm FREE show)
Guthrie Brown- Lakeside (Playin’ Live Wednesday 12/17/14 at Tin Roof Nashville at 8pm FREE show)
Super Shaker – Kong (Playin’ Live Wednesday 12/17/14 at Tin Roof Nashville at 8pm FREE show)
The Switchmen – I Don’t Know (Playin’ Live Thursday 12/ 18/14 at 12th & Porter Quixotic II)


Sylvan Esso debuts “Hey Mami


Sylvan Esso was not meant to be a band. Rather, Amelia Meath had written a song called “Play It Right” and sung it with her trio Mountain Man. She’d met Nick Sanborn, an electronic producer working under the name Made of Oak, in passing on a shared bill in a small club somewhere. She asked him to scramble it, to render her work his way. He did the obligatory remix, but he sensed that there was something more important here than a one-time handoff: Of all the songs Sanborn had ever recast, this was the first time he felt he’d added to the raw material without subtracting from it, as though, across the unseen wires of online file exchange, he’d found his new collaborator without even looking.

Meath felt it, too. Schedules aligned. Moves were made. And as 2012 slipped into 2013, Sanborn and Meath reconvened in the unlikely artistic hub of Durham, N.C., a former manufacturing town with cheap rent and good food. Sylvan Esso became a band. A year later, their self-titled debut—a collection of vivid addictions concerning suffering and love, darkness and deliverance—arrives as a necessary pop balm, an album stuffed with songs that don’t suffer the longstanding complications of that term.

These 10 tunes were realized and recorded in Sanborn’s Durham bedroom during the last year, an impressive feat considering the layers of activity and effects that populate them—the dizzyingly crisscrossed harmonies of “Play it Right,” the gorgeously incongruous elements of “Wolf,” the surreptitiously minimalist momentum of “HSKT.” Sanborn’s production is fully modern and wonderfully active. He enlists obliterating dubstep stutters and crisp electropop pulses, hazy electrostatic breezes and epinephrine dancefloor turnarounds.

But this isn’t a workout in production skills or a demonstration of electronic erudition. Instead, his music syncs seamlessly with Meath’s melodies, so that the respective words and beats become a string of ready-to-play singles. The irrepressible “Hey Mami” webs handclaps and harmonies around a flood of bass, a strangely perfect canvas for a tale of dudes hollering at neighborhood tail (and, finally, finding the chivalry not to do so). “Coffee” sparkles and quakes, patiently rising from a muted spell of seasonal affective disorder to a sweet rupture of schoolyard glee. These pop cuts condescend neither to their audience nor their makers. They are sophisticated, but with none of the arrogance that can imply; they are addictive, but with none of the banality that can entail. There is sensuality and sexual depravity, homesickness and wanderlust, nostalgia and immediacy. Sylvan Esso acknowledges that the world is a tumult of complications by giving you a way to sing and dance with those troubles, if not to will them away altogether.

When Meath and Sanborn talk about Sylvan Esso, they come back to context—to how, before this project, they felt that their solo endeavors often felt short of it, as if they were lacking a crucial component. That is no longer a concern. When Meath sings to Sanborn a melody that she’s conjured and captured, he almost instinctively knows how to respond. And when he delivers to her the backbone of a wordless beat, she adds lyrical bait where he’d only seen white space. Sylvan Esso represents the fulfillment of their fortuitous encounter by, once again, linking parts that too often come stripped of their counterparts. Here, motion comes with melody. Words come with ideas. And above all, pop comes back with candor.


Sugar and the Hi-Lows performing “Snow Angel”

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Click here to watch the HD video

Trent Dabbs and Amy Stroup stop by the LC studio before their performance at Nashville Sunday Night.  Sugar and The Hi-Lows perform “Snow Angel” live and debut a demo of their new song “High Rollers”.  Hope you enjoy this holiday treat!  Click here to watch the HD performance or listen to the full interview via soundcloud.

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The Tasting Bar – Holiday Gifts 12-12-14

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Today on The Tasting Bar, Lisa from The Bottle Shop gives us some great holiday gift ideas which include Taste of Italy, wine sets, whiskey test tubes, and stocking stuffers for all(over 21). Stop by The Body Shop for these tastings on Friday 4-7pm and Saturday 1-7pm.


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