The pop songwriter hits the road on a headlining fall tour to support new album Soft Power (Anti-), which trades her trademark electronic soundscapes for girl-group harmonies and piano-driven pop. With a penetrating voice that can shift from gentle to commanding in an instant, Doe Paoro delivers a performance perfectly suited for her new album’s message of thoughtful defiance and what she calls "pop music with wisdom."
The collagist psych-pop group ends its tour supporting debut EP Wait (Atlantic) with this headlining hometown show. Over the past several months, the four-piece rose from college dorms and house parties to Bonnaroo, shows with Rostam and Cold War Kids and over 5 million streams.
East Nashville’s “wildly melodic” (Rolling Stone) genre-benders play a hometown show with The Lone Bellow. Former tourmates of Death Cab For Cutie, Margo Price, The Drive-By Truckers, and more, the four-piece previews new album, In Union (2/1), which serves as a natural extension of the band’s live show; the LP was recorded in an old Tennessee farmhouse with minimal gear and even less second-guessing.
The Kentucky native, praised by the New York Times, FADER, Rolling Stone Country and more, plays with the Opry band as a guest artist for “Opry at the Ryman." Pandora recently named Carmichael one of its Country Artists to Watch in 2019: “Armed with a distinctive baritone voice and fiercely protective of the country tradition of his influences Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard, Carmichael can rock with the best of them.”