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Levi Hummon

Levi Hummon

Alex Hall

Tue · May 16, 2017

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 7:00 pm

Off Sale

This event is 18 and over

Levi Hummon
Levi Hummon
Levi Hummon made his imprint on the Nashville community before he realized the extent of his craft. Born and raised in Music City, Levi was surrounded by music greats; however, it was his keen eye for visual arts that the budding entertainer decided to pursue. While studying painting in college, he was drawn to his dormant musical talents – singing and songwriting. At the close of a significant relationship, Levi began to explore songwriting as a way to navigate his life and relationships. Soon after, Levi realized his need to return home in order to turn this newfound hobby into a reality.

Learning to always bring in his own ideas and point of view to a writing session, Levi quickly streamlined his unique style. "You're letting someone into your world which is really vulnerable," he says. "I write from a reflective & personal place and ultimately I couldn't see anyone else singing these songs."

Once back in Nashville, Levi continued to develop his personal sound, often with the help of his father, Grammy-Award winning songwriter Marcus Hummon. Levi loved relating to a listener through the stories he could craft and soon developed a regular rotation of co-writers to help him deliver. He found himself working with notable songwriters such as Jimmy Robbins, Shane MacAnally, Andrew Dorff, Josh Osborne, Jonathan Singleton, Nathan Barlowe Brandy Clark and Trevor Rosen, among others. Levi also wrote with legendary entertainer Steven Tyler on his current single "Red, White and You."

His collaborations with Jimmy Robbins eventually led the singer/songwriter to have his EP produced by Robbins. "Levi has a way of grabbing your attention from the very first note," Robbins shared. "I knew from our first session that he had a voice that was going to matter for Country music. He was born into songwriting and you can tell that when you work with him. His instincts are a great combination of commercial and artistic that make his music feel important and weighted while still feeling light and fun."

Signed to The Valory Music Co., Levi joined a roster chalked full of diverse talent. The LEVI HUMMON EP is a glimpse into the songwriter's zest for live, thirst for adventure and homage to his upbringing. Levi co-wrote four of the five tracks on the EP making a personal mark on his debut project.
Alex Hall
Alex Hall
With a big voice and a dream to match, Alex Hall plotted the course for his music career at the age of three when he strapped on a plastic toy guitar and began belting out, "One for the money, two for the show…"

Alex describes his music as country with a rockin' edge, but like his musical influences—Elvis Presley, Jason Aldean and Johnny Cash—his music does not fit neatly into one category. He writes songs about life growing up in the south and the family his parents have raised him to love.

Born in Atlanta and raised in Gainesville, Georgia, Alex grew up learning the sport of horseback riding and barrel racing alongside his mother. An accomplished rider himself, Alex has a deep appreciation for cowboy culture and has certainly learned how to lasso an audience and give them quite a ride. In middle school Alex continued his vocal pursuits with formal training under the tutelage of choral director and mentor, Eric Elliott. With the support of his parents, Alex began performing in local restaurants and bars during his freshman year while continuing to hone the craft of songwriting. His hard-driving approach to performing eventually landed him in the Maysville studio of Lee Davis where Alex recorded his first record at the age of fifteen.

Through the continuance of building relationships in the industry, Alex has had the good fortune of penning songs with highly regarded songwriters Mike Dekle, Bruce Burch, Byron Hill, and Red Bow recording artist, Rachel Farley. And for the past three years, Alex has been under the guidance of renowned vocal coach/producer "Mama Jan" Smith of Jan Smith Studios in Atlanta (Justin Bieber, The Band Perry, Usher). Those who know Alex off stage describe him as somewhat shy and reserved, but on stage Alex is anything but. The maturity and strength of his voice might surprise first-time listeners who are very typically captivated by his distinctive style and high-energy performances. Alex's passion for music and unique personal style allow him to perform covers of top hit songs such as:

Sugar by Maroon 5
How Country Feels by Randy Houser
Springsteen by Eric Church
Country Girl (Shake It For Me) by Luke Bryan
Beer Money by Kip Moore
Something Like Olivia by John Mayer
Folsom Prison/ Mr. Banker mash-up by Johnny Cash
Purple Rain by Prince
Dirt Road Anthem by Jason Aldean,
Drink A Beer by Luke Bryan
Voodoo Child by Jimi Hendrix
Take Your Time by Sam Hunt
Call Me The Breeze by J.J. Kale
Something To Do With My Hands by Thomas Rhett
Kick It In The Sticks by Brantley Gilbert
Blues Man by Hank Williams Jr.
Elvis and Johnny Cash Medley
I Don't Want This Night To End by Luke Bryan
Half Of My Heart by John Mayer
Turn The Page by Bob Segar
Heartbreak Hotel by Elvis Presley
Crazytown by Jason Aldean
Copperhead Road by Steve Earl
Hell On An Angel by Brantley Gilbert
Gravity by John Mayer
Crossroads by John Mayer...and many more.

He has extended his performances to include venues throughout the southeast such as Wild Bill's in Duluth, GA, the Bluebird Café, Tootsies, and Hard Rock Café in Nashville, TN, and the Flora Bama in Gulf Shores, AL, and has shared the stage with Bucky Covington, Jimmy Hall, Frankie Ballard, Gavin DeGraw and Thomas Rhett.
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203