John Oates Live

Recently John Oates headlined Nashville Sunday Night live from 3rd & Lindsley.

He spent an hour before the show on air with Lt Dan talking about his new album and performing tracks from it.

Here is the full Nashville Sunday Night performance!

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Holly Williams Live

Nashville’s own Holly Williams performing live in the Lightning 100 studio

Holly Williams came by the perform live and help us unveil the 2014 Musicians Corner lineup

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Korby Lenker In-Studio

Korby Lenker stopped by the Lightning 100 studio before his album release party at The Rutledge.

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Todd Snider Music Business Radio

East Nashville’s own, Todd Snider, has a new band with Dave Schools of Widespread Panic called, Hard Working Americans.

Catch them this Friday with another great Nashville act, Turbo Fruits, at Marathon Music Works.

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Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden

Listen to The 615 at 100.1 FM or Lightning100.com at 6:15 P.M. or catch the broadcast live at William Collier’s in Marathon Village. Tonight Wells and Hammel debut Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden new song “Island of the Misfit” Take a look at their video for “Blue Hotel” here it was featured in The Nashville Indie Spotlight and was directed by Tyler Evans!

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Moon Taxi play Conan : return to Hangout Fest

Nashville’s Moon Taxi is returning to the Gulf Shore Beach of Alabama for Hangout Fest 2014!

The Nashville based act performed, The New Black, on Conan last night.

Moon Taxi features Belmont grads that have been building a fan base across the country since 2006. They were our first Music City Mayhem champions and have played every year of Lightning 100′s Live on the Green. We’ve seen them at Bonnaroo and they just brought in the new year at Marathon Music Works. It was their 5th year in a row having a sold out hometown New Years Eve show!

Check here for a tour date near you: http://ridethemoontaxi.com/tour/

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Trent Dabbs & Sam Palladio – Gunnar from ABC’s Nashville

Last week I had some great in studio guests for an even better cause. Nashville resident Trent Dabbs and Nashville cast member Sam Palladio, along with musician Colin Linden, came into the Lightning 100 studio. They chatted about writing together, ABC’s Nashville, and helped raise awareness for the victims of the Typhoon Haiyan. Haiyan was an exceptionally powerful tropical cyclone that devastated portions of Southeast Asia, particularly the Phillipines, in early November 2013. It is the deadliest Phillipine Typhoon on record,killing over 6,000 people in that country alone.

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