Kailey Miller Discovers a New Dawn

Nashville, TN singer/songwriter, Kailey Miller took a moment last month to share a little piece of her world with the rest of us. Powerful vocals, underlined by river-like piano melodies make for an emotional journey. Miller’s latest EP, Dawn is a refreshing breath of fresh air in a saturated world of over-produced beats and synthetic vocals. The […]

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Us & Them

Nashville is the biggest small town. It’s a contradiction as in sometimes it feels like you’re far from being a thread in the fabric of the city and sometimes it feels like you’re the needle tying it all together. I think the people that feel this way most are the many bands emerging in the Nashville […]

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2016 in Music

Happy New Year! In the words of Staind – It’s Been Awhile. I had a whirlwind of a 2016. In case you were wondering, I did stick to my 2016 “New Year” resolution to be more interested. I started to ask questions when people talked about things I’d never heard of. I took classes and watched DIY videos and strived to […]

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Talking with The Roosevelts

The Roosevelts, a duo composed by the talents of Jason Kloess and James Mason, is a positive testament to the ever-growing music scene in Music City, U.S.A.. If you’re wondering how they got their name, Jason says it best: “It was President’s Day. It was our first day in the studio. We had the songs, […]

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Luke Dick Talks Music & Politics

Have you yet to witness a musical take on politics? I was in the same boat until I got news of Republican Hair; a faceless, musical project that seeks to point out the underlining theatrics in all things political. Inspired by the current election cycle, conservative quaff’s and the practice of songwriting, the lead representative of Republican […]

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