The Vespers perform Lawdy and Cottonfield

Nashville’s own brother and sister quartet The Vespers stopped by the Lightning 100 studio before performing at the season finally of Musicians Corner. Check out their new song “Lawdy” and “Cottonfield” live in the Lightning 100 studio.

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Filmed and edited by Wells Adams

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Brendan Benson – Keep Me – Live

Brendan Benson stopped by the Lightning 100 studio with Young Hines to perform “Keep Me” off his new record called What Kind Of World.

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Nashville Shreds – Joe Robinson

Smokin’ Joe Robinson joins us for the first edition of King Jewelers‘ Nashville Shreds.  Joe shows us what he can do with a Rock Royalty Custom Gibson Les Paul Guitar, and yes it was impressive.  Rock Royalty Custom Gibson Les Paul Guitar. Rock Royalty customized one-of-a-kind Gibson Les Paul guitar with factory painted black body and white trim. Features four handmade Rock Royalty custom guitar volume knobs with 24.56 carats total black and white diamonds set in sterling silver finished with black ruthenium and handmade 22kt yellow gold rims; a handmade Rock Royalty custom guitar selector switch containing 2.01 carats black and white diamonds set in sterling silver finished with black ruthenium and a 22kt yellow gold rim, and six handmade Rock Royalty custom tuning keys with 17.52 carats black and white diamonds set in sterling silver Read more

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The Little Bear performs “Puppy Love” and “Sweet as Honey” live at Lightning 100

Lightning 100 shares the Local Lightning Spotlight on The Little Bear. Check out this performance of “Puppy Love” and “Sweet as Honey” in the WRLT studio.

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Filmed and edited by Brian Waters

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Chuck Mead – Out On the Natchez Trail – Live at Lightning 100

Nashville’s own Chuck Mead visits the WRLT studio to perform “Out On the Natchez Trail” and “Girl on the Billboard”.

Filmed and Edited by Brian Waters

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Graffiti6 – Free – Live

 Graffiti6‘s front man Jamie Scott performs “Free” live in the studio.

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Filmed and edited by Brian Waters

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Cherub’s golf cart performance at Bonnaroo

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Matt Mahaffey’s 615 Day Session

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Mindy Smith’s 615 Day Session

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Gabe Dixon’s 615 Day Session

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The Vespers’ 615 Day session

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Matthew Perryman Jones’s 615 Session

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Kopecky Family Band’s 615 session

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Sarah Jarosz performs at Bonnaroo

Sarah Jarosz performs for a few fans in front of the What Stage at Bonnaroo. Check out this performance of “Come Around” at Bonnaroo.
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Filmed by Brian Waters and Jared Rauso
Edited by Brian Waters

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Wild Cub at Bonnaroo

Wild Cub performs a new track off their upcoming album Youth at Bonnaroo. Check out this performances of the song “Thunder Clatter” backstage at Bonnaroo 2012.
Filmed by Brian Waters and Jared Rauso
Edited by Brian Waters

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Moon Taxi’s porta-john performance

Here is probably Lightning 100 first and last porta-john performance at Bonnaroo.  Check out Moon Taxi performing a Bonnaroo track the guys wrote for their porta-john performance.

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Sam Bush backstage performance at Bonnaroo

Check out our backstage video with Sam Bush at Bonnaroo performing the song “Eight More Miles to Louisville”.

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The Weeks backstage performance at Bonnaroo

Recently transplanted Nashville band The Weeks perform a backstage performance at Bonnaroo.  The Weeks debut a new track for us entitled “Brother in the Night” outside of the brewers tent at Bonnaroo.

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Eric Hutchinson performs “Watching You Watch Him” and “Breakdown More”

Eric Hutchinson performs his new single “Watching You Watch Him” and “Breakdown More” live on Lightning 100.

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Colorfeels perform Pushover and Keep Me Alive – Live

Nashville’s own Colorfeels perform a private performance at Hangout Music Fest. Check out this new unreleased song “Pushover”.

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Filmed by Brian Waters and Victor Huckabee
Edited by Brian Waters

Nashville’s Colorfeels performs at Lightning 100’s Miller Made Music Showcase at 12th and Porter. Check out this in-studio performance of “Keep Me Alive.”

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Colorfeels Hangout Music Session

Nashville’s own Colorfeels perform a private performance at Hangout Music Fest on Lightning 100’s hotel balcony. Check out this new unreleased song “Pushover”.

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Heartless Bastards backstage performance

Heartless Bastards did a quick backstage performance with Lightning 100 after their set at Hangout Music Fest.  Check out this performance of “Skin and Bones” at Hangout Music Fest.

 

 

 

 

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The Lumineers perform “Slow It Down” at Hangout Music Fest

We ran into The Lumineers backstage at Hangout Music Fest and grabbed them before their interview with the evil corporation known as Sirius Radio.  We did a quick performance with the guys on the 5th floor of The Phoenix inside of the Hangout Festival.  You’ve been hearing “Ho Hey” on Lightning 100, so we asked the guys to perform a different song from the album. Check out their second single entitled “Slow it Down” live at Hangout Fest.  What do you think?  Would you like to hear it on 100.1 FM? Let us know.

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The Kingston Springs at Hangout Fest

The first band we met up with at Hangout Music Festival were our friends from Nashville The Kingston Springs.  The guys kicked off the festival on Thursday night at The Hangout pre-party.  We decided to do a video with the guys on top of the sky bar at Hangout Music Festival.   Check out this backstage performance of “Kinda Shaken” at Hangout Music Fest.

 

 

 

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Hot tub session with Cherub at Hangout Fest

We had several different ideas for a backstage performance with Cherub at Hangout Music Fest.  After debating the logistics of a jet ski performance and finding out that they’ve already done a bathroom session in Mexico, we went with the hot tub idea.  It was the end of the festival and everyone just wanted to do a little relaxing.  After carrying around 30 pounds of gear up and down the beach all weekend, I was all for this idea.  Cherub perform an acoustic performance of “Hold Me” right before The Flaming Lips were about to take the stage to perform Dark Side of the Moon.

 

 

 “Hey bros, you want to get into the hot tub and play some music?”

Filmed by Brian Waters and Victor Huckabee
Edited by Brian Waters

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