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New Track: "Song of Sweetness" - Potential Gospel

The trio of Kelsey Stewart, Andy Staszkiw, and Zack Sternwalker, a.k.a. Potential Gospel, recently shared a new single. "Song of Sweetness" emerges from the chill of morning with an enchanting folk-surf feel. It serves as an invitation to connect on a personal level with a dream-like/mythical ambiance. Take an affectionate stroll, and let the peripheral world temporarily wash away.


New Track: "The End of the World" - Port Arthur

A contagious melodic ripple about the unknown future, “The End of the World,” the latest single from Port Arthur, addresses serious subject matter in a breezy way. Exuding thoughtful, existential energy, the track speeds by in carefree, joyous fashion, while covering important ground. The value of personal connection stands out in the grand scheme, because its easy to get lost in the shuffle. Amid those deep contemplations, a fun, multi-faceted song flows. (Photo by Marisa Whitney) 


Lauren Morrow releases debut EP; plays Bluebird Cafe 10.16

On October 12th, Nashville folk-country singer-songwriter Lauren Morrow released her debut self-titled EP at a show at The Basement East. The new EP marks Morrow's first as a solo artist, having split off from The Whiskey Gentry last year. This record compiles a handful of songs ranging from chronicles about family ("Viki Lynn") to a missing grandmother ("Barbara Jean") to getting psyched up over an episode of Mad Men ("I Don't Think About You At All"). Morrow will perform songs from the record at her upcoming show at The Bluebird Cafe on October 16th, as well as at 3rd and Lindsey on October 28th for Lightning 100's Nashville Sunday Night. For now, watch Morrow and her band perform "Viki Lynn" on Today in Nashville below. - Will Sisskind


Queeva “Stand Out"

Queeva released a new single today called “Stand Out”. This is her second single of 2018, and follow-up to the hit “Live Like A Song”. This is the modern country sounds of fifteen year old (as of today, in fact) musician Queeva McDonagh. Through her music she places a priority on positivity and looks to use her success to be a positive role model.

If she is writing and performing songs like this at 15, the future is extremely bright for this, as of now, unsigned musician. She is definetly ready to "Stand Out".