Rolling Stone praises Tolman for having “the sass of Nikki Lane mixed with the clever wordplay of Brandy Clark.” Tolman will bring that sass, along with a lifetime of experience growing up in Music City, to the stage with a backing band and will perform songs from her debut LP, There Goes The Neighborhood (July 19th via Old Sol Records).
Mize presents a free show at the Ole Red’s Spotify House Stage. Deemed a “must-see” by CMT, the rising Kansas-bred artist with “serrated-edge vocals” (Rolling Stone) has brought his raucous energy to stages opening for Eric Church, Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, and others.
Uproxx declared that Cauthen’s “live show is unmissable.” He’ll bring that show to the Opry stage and play with the house band. The “muscular voiced outlaw” (LA Times) recently toured with Margo Price, Midland, Elle King, and Ryan Bingham.
As “Nashville’s next big star” (PAPER), Maroney has a style that is steeped in the sweat and scrappy sounds of the city's house parties. Consequence of Sound praises the 21-year-old’s music as "vulnerable and empathetic, but balanced out with just the right amount of conviction," and his new Indiana EP (out now on Canvasback) has landed him on the Austin City Limits and Pitchfork Paris lineups, in front of thousands overseas, and now on his first headlining tour.