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Devon Gilfillian- Get Out And Get It

Jayson here with my DJ pick of the week. We were lucky enough to host Nashville singer, songwriter Devon Gilfillian on the show the day his new single “Get Out And Get It” was released. Now, I can’t get the track out of my head.

*repeat repeat – Hi, I’m Waiting

Lani here with my DJ pick of the week from Nashville surf-rockers *repeat repeat. We've been big fans of the husband, wife duo for years, but now they've caught the attention of another famous duo, The Black Keys. "Hi, I'm Waiting" is our...

Joel Levi – Light in the Neon Sign

Casey here with my DJ pick of the week from local Americana singer, songwriter Joel Levi. After he and his wife moved to Nashville, Levi quickly caught the attention of Grammy-winning producer Charlie Peacock. Levi was then invited to record his first EP at his studio...

The Daybreaks – Bad Vibrations

Local artist of the week The Daybreaks is one of our favorite Nashville supergroups featuring Kaleb Jones (guitar/vocals), Heather Bond (keytar/vocals), Bobby Holland (guitars/vocals/keys/co-producer) and Adam Bokesch (drums/co-producer). Since forming in 2015, the band has seen critical praise from press and musicians alike. They’ve...

Sadler Vaden – Still Kids

Jayson here with my DJ pick of the week from Nashville musician Sadler Vaden. Vaden is probably best known as the guitarist for Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, but in 2016, he released his acclaimed self-titled debut. He returned in 2018 with...

Maggie Rose & Them Vibes – Right On

Nashville powerhouse vocalist and songwriter Maggie Rose has teamed up once again with Them Vibes, one of our favorite local rock outfits, for their collaborative new track, “Right On.” The song comes ahead of Rose’s nationwide headlining tour. The ‘70s inspired funk song features...

Hobo Cane – Hold On To Nothing

Born as Javier Alberto Mendoza, local artist of the week Hobo Cane moved to Nashville in 2014 to pursue his solo music career. His latest full length record to be El Jardín (The Garden). Mendoza says of the album, “In my opinion it is...

Andrew Leahey & The Homestead – Airwaves

Local artist of the week Andrew Leahey is not only an acclaimed solo artist, he’s also a noted guitarist, touring regularly with Elizabeth Cook, Drew Holcomb, Will Hoge and more. If you’re in Nashville, odds are, you’ve seen him around town! Written in the...

Andrew Combs performs unreleased song “Like a Feather” and Erin Rae...

Both Andrew Combs and Erin Rae stop by the studio to chat with Casey before playing their show with The Kernal at Basement East. Erin Rae updates Casey on her upcoming tour with Father John Misty and Jason Isbell and the 400 unit, along with some personal...

JD Simo – You Need Love

Casey here with my DJ pick of the week from guitar virtuoso JD Simo. "You Need Love" is the lead single off his first solo record Off At 11, out March 1. “There’s an underlying theme of love that permeates the album," Simo said about Off at...

The Rally Club – No Room

Local artist of the week The Rally Club is a new pop rock band recently formed in Nashville. With heavy grooves and catchy songwriting, their music has mass appeal that defies traditional genres. With their debut album in the works, they’ve released a new single, “No Room.”

Jason Ringenberg – God Bless The Ramones

When local artist of the week Jason Ringenberg left for Nashville in 1981 to pursue his dream of "making a band that could kick American roots music into the modern age," he never knew just how far that would go. After touring through venues across the world in...

Future Thieves – Always Something

Formed in late 2013, local artist of the week Future Thieves is made up of Elliot Collett (vocals and rhythm guitar), Gianni Gibson (drums), Nick Goss (bass) and Austin McCool (lead guitar). Since then, the band has been writing, recording, and touring across the United States. After...

Sad Penny performing Sleeper and Stay Stoned [audio]

An avid Lighting 100 fan, Jo Meredith of Sad Penny stopped in the Lightning 100 studio to talk with Jayson and Adam about her music and upcoming show at Marathon Music Works Saturday, January 26th with Rayland Baxter and Illiterate Light.   Sad Penny is Jo...

Okey Dokey Performing “Hometown” and “When They Get Older” [Audio]

With rays of synth shinning down on walking bass lines, Okey Dokey sounds like the way a walk on a sunny day feels. The band stopped by the studio to talk with Casey about their show on January 25th at Mercy Lounge and play some new tunes...