Trevor James Tillery shares insight into some of his most recent and upcoming releases, leaving and returning to Nashville, shifting perspectives, and finding comfort in one’s own identity. Photo credit: Nick DuPlessis.
Reconnecting with an old friend who also just happens to have won Music City Mayhem with his band, Jackson Bruck & The Dukes of Hume. They play the finale weekend of Live On the Green 2018 this Saturday.
Now/It's: An Interview with MOCHA (Sakari Greenwell and Sheila Graves)
We talk to Sakari Greenwell and Sheila Graves of Nashville's g-funk power duo, MOCHA. They talk about the grind to get to their most realized iteration, and how Nashville's ready to embrace a little more smooth groove.
We meet up with one of Nashville's most beloved singers, who takes us through her five year journey in Nashville that would eventually help the "God, Help Me" singer arrive at her most realized self. Insight and self discovery is in store.
If there's one scene that Nashville's guilty of letting fall by the wayside in recent years, it's Hip Hop. While that might deter some, CAMM is not one such person - he's looking to change such a fact in a big way.