Folk Artist Lydia Luce graced 3rd and Lindsley’s Nashville Sunday Night crowd with her delicate melodies and deep instrumentation. Luce played acoustic guitar and violin throughout her set and was accompanied by an electric guitar, drums, and bass. Luce first began her music career by dipping her toes into the classical world by learning to play the viola, but later on dove headfirst into guitar and songwriting. Luce introduced many of her songs as being about love but inspired by nature. In her music, she explores themes of solitude, love, and loss through traveling lyricism that takes the scenic route musically. “Are you afraid of the dark or do you live by the light in your heart” sang Luce in the title track of her latest album release “Azalea” a rock forward blend of Luce’s classical and contemporary writing techniques. Be sure to check out Lydia Luce’s debut album Azalea and listen to her full Nashville Sunday Night set below.
Written by Raeleigh Tochtenhagen
Nashville Sunday Night is a special presentation of Nashville’s Independent Radio, Lightning 100. Each Sunday night Lightning 100 broadcasts a concert from 3rd and Lindsley, one of Nashville’s finest live music venues.