From Portland to Nashville (and a lot of other places in between), Matt Brown is a singer/songwriter force to be reckoned with. Just like a family heirloom, the gift of music has been passed down in his family from generation to generation, leading to his pursuit of a career in none other than Music City. […]Read more "Across the Table with Matt Brown"
Ariel Petrie has been playing music since the age of eight and writing her own from the time she was thirteen. She graduated high school a year early and at the age of eighteen, was on X-Factor USA. With her recent move to Nashville came her latest E.P., Magic; a collection of upbeat, catchy and meaningful tracks […]Read more "Across the Table with Ariel Petrie"
Marty Ray is a husband, father, singer, songwriter and actor who has taken the world by storm. Utilizing social media in ways better than any mainstream artist today, his interaction with his fans of all walks of life is truly admirable. With so many amazing accomplishments, you wouldn’t think he’d have time to interact with his […]Read more "Across the Table with Marty Ray [Marty Ray Project]"
There’s a truth to Erin Rae that makes her just as intriguing as her music. She’s been a Nashville native since she was eleven years old, living in almost every neighborhood the city has to offer. It was a bucket list wish of hers to play in-store at Grimey’s records, attached to Frothy Monkey on […]Read more "Across the Table with Erin Rae"
Hailey Steele’s website begins telling her story by saying, “‘Diamonds take patience and pressure and time.’ This isn’t just the tag line in a song from Hailey Steele’s self-titled EP. To her, it’s become a motto – a hopeful thought that carries her through rough days.” This diamond hails from South Dakota where her […]Read more "Across the Table with Hailey Steele"
It’s not only because I live in Nashville that I am a huge fan of the show Nashville on ABC – it’s just a super big coincidence that I started watching the show when I first moved here, continued watching it when I moved back to CT, and still watch it religiously now that I’m […]Read more "When the Right One Comes Along"
Originality is hard to come by in the music industry today. There’s a fine line between admiration toward another artist and wanting to be just like them. While I was waiting for my iced coffee at the Frothy Monkey yesterday, I couldn’t help but listen in on the man’s phone conversation next to me. “There’s […]Read more "Across the Table with Laney Jones & the Spirits"