Monthly Archives: May 2019

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Meghan Hayes

East Nashville-based Americana singer-songwriter Meghan Hayes will release her third LP, “Seen Enough Leavers,” on May 31. A video for the first single, “A Birthday in The Pawnshop (Morristown),” is now available for viewing on Americana Highways. Filmed here but referencing a city in the great state of New Jersey, Meghan’s gripping vocal follows the […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Griffin House

Singer-songwriter Griffin House is a Nashville mainstay who over the years has become a highly-respected nationally-known recording artist. He did this the good old-fashioned way by touring the country as an opener for some bigger names and creating a strong catalog of original songs.   House releases “Rising Star,” his 12th LP on June 28. […]

Tin Pan South (Tenille Townes/Keelan Donavan/Kate York/Daniel Tashian) @ City Winery Lounge / Nashville TN / March 26, 2019

I doubt that anyone knows who coined the term “Nashville guitar pull,” but the concept of songwriters getting together and taking turns showing off their wares has been going on in Music City longer than hot chicken. Now an established concert format, it’s a treasured part of Nashville’s musical identity with several rooms featuring “writers […]

11 Questions to a Nashville Musician: Gabe Lee

It can be difficult sometimes to give new music the attention it deserves. However, I promise you that will not be the case when you give a listen to Gabe Lee’s debut LP, “farmland.” Named for the Nashville studio where it was recorded, here’s a live version of the LP’s leadoff track, “Alright, Ok.”  This […]