Nashville artist, TRENT DABBS, forged his way through the music industry by uniting Nashville’s best up-and-coming musicians (Erin McCarley, Matthew Perryman Jones, Joy Williams, etc.) in a touring and recording collective called, Ten out of Tenn. Trent has also had his share of commercial success, with songs being featured on Grey’s Anatomy, One Tree Hill, Pretty Little Liars, Vampire Diaries, and many others. Athens Blur noted, “As beautiful as the talent Trent Dabbs helps introduce to the masses, it’s his own music that merits the most attention.” He is currently touring in support of his latest album, Southerner, but most recently, Sugar & The Hi-Lows, a collaboration project with Amy Stroup that brings together rock, soul and even a little Motown. Since their release, the incredibly catchy songs have been featured on One Tree Hill, World of Jenks, and Grey’s Anatomy.
Creating quite a buzz as an independent artist, AMY STROUP communicates what she knows is true about life in melodic lyrics. Grammy award-winning producer, Nathan Chapman, says, Amy has “… special something that cuts through the noise.” Her songs have been featured on many popular television shows and commercials (ie. NBC’s Parenthood), and Amy says she enjoys hearing her music capture the emotions of a scene, and eventually wants to score her own movie. Amy has released four albums under her own label including, The Other Side of Love/Session One and The Other Side of Love/Session Two.
Enchanting, charming, unique and distinctive are just some of the words used to describe the indescribable EMILY WEST. As a Nashville transplant, West was greatly influenced in her younger years by the legendary Patsy Cline. In 2003, Emily was signed to Capitol Nashville and released the singles, “Rocks in Your Shoes,” and “Blue Sky,” the latter of which, featuring Keith Urban, was nominated for an ACM Award for “Vocal Event of the Year.”
When: Friday, February 24, 2012 – 8:00PM
Where: Eddies Attic
515-B North McDonough Street
What is the name of Trent Dabbs latest CD?
Deadline: Thurs., Feb. 23, 2012