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8 Off 8th

8 Off 8th

Tue · September 5, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm


This event is 18 and over

We R Ni/Co.
Pop/R&B band reigning from Ohio & Georgia to Nashville, TN.
Check us out & keep an eye peeled for more very soon!
Ashley Leone
Ashley Leone
"Music is a unique language, but one that everyone can understand and relate to." says Ashley, "It bridges the gap between words that can't be said and feelings that can't be evoked. To be able to speak that language and share that experience with people is the most incredible feeling."

Ashley Leone is a Philly native whose hometown musical roots have influenced the R&B/Pop sound that defines her. Her extensive touring had her performing at nearly every venue in the Philadelphia area including the TLA, World Café Live, and multiple sold out shows at the legendary Tin Angel.

Relocating to Nashville in 2014 was another big step for this 20 year old. "I'm constantly inspired by the world around me and my songs grow from a combination of personal experiences or something as simple as noticing something in nature around me," Ashley said. "Some of the artists I gravitate towards for inspiration include Amy Winehouse, Lauryn Hill, Beyoncé, John Legend, Alicia Keys and Ed Sheeran."

Songwriting is a very personal experience for Ashley. "My songwriting and live performances allow me to express my feelings in a way that in my own personal life, I would usually keep at arm's length." Ashley continues, "It is the best therapy for me to deal with my own emotions, share these feelings with others and make a human connection on a different level."

Ashley's first single, "Spinning," was chosen as the feature track for a nationwide campaign for Justice clothing stores. Earlier this year, she was one of five chosen out of 18,000 songwriters as a semi-finalist in the International Songwriters Competition.

2016 will see the release of her debut EP, SugarCoated.

When Ashley isn't writing, recording, and playing live shows you will most likely find her in just about any coffee shop around town.
Born and raised in the Home of the Blues, (Memphis, TN) CAM, a Hip Hop artist, songwriter, and producer, brings a refreshing and soulful sound to the genre. Resurrecting traditional Hip Hop influences such as A Tribe Called Quest and Biggie and incorporating elements of Pop, Soul, Jazz, and Gospel music, CAM creates and tells stories in ways they have never been told before.

The son of a pastor, like many, CAM got his start in the church. His gift as a musician and an artist were discovered and flourished here. But instead of pursuing Gospel music, CAM wanted to make an impactful splash on the Hip Hop industry. He says "I'm gospel, not in the sense that I sing or write gospel music, but that I bring good news." Going against the usual grain of "money, hoes, and clothes" in Hip Hop, CAM's music projects a spirit of fun, love, and consciousness, engaging a vast and diverse audience.

Coming off of the success of his last project "The Life of Henry Wiggins", CAM is currently embarking on a new project, new sound, and new movement with his debut album, "Higher Learning". His first single, "Juke.", has already garnered positive reactions, acclaim, and opportunities for his growth.
Nodaway is the hypnotic brainchild of Chris Jobe. Currently based in Nashville, Tennessee, Jobe enlisted the help of a few heavy-hitting players whose combined energy and collaboration bring the ecstatic sounds of Nodaway to life. Over the years Chris’ music would take many different façades between name and genre changes. It wasn’t until he moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University for music, that he would find his harmonious center of gravity. A blend of danceable yet intelligent indie rock.

With their recent release in tow, the attention-grabbing 500 Days of Whatever EP, the group takes an eclectic approach at indie rock, which makes them standout from the crowd. Jobe invents stylish indie music with dance-laden rhythms, catchy crooner vocals, and cryptic yet outgoing lyrics; the very soul of Nodaway.

Growing up with a rock palette that ranged from Styx to The Killers, Jobe had an array of influences. Most notably, Julian Casablancas and The Strokes, which grabbed his attention with their raw, honest, and cheeky garage sounds. From early on music was something that flowed through Jobe’s veins, luring him in with solid songs and distinct artistry. This is a notable asset which Nodaway brings to the table and one that will entice the ears immediately.

Songwriting is key for Nodaway, as Jobe acts as the sole songwriter. Frequently inspired by everyday life, bursts of inspirations, and stray conversations, the lyrical aspect of Nodaway paints a very realistic piece of art. Constantly writing, Jobe strives to get inside of the listener’s head; creating an almost storytelling-like element that weaves throughout the songs.

500 Days of Whatever is a stunning collection of songs, holding surprises within every listen. Standout tracks include the clever “Coming Attractions,” a piece with an unstoppable, danceable beat; and the synth-laced, chillwave-feel “Hairspray,” which harkens the sounds of Bombay Bicycle Club. Doused with dreamy, indie pop tendencies, Nodaway is on the way to winning over the hearts and ears of music listeners this year.
Brasko moved to Nashville from Akron, Ohio in 2011 at the age of 19. Young, and without many connections, he spent lots of nights on friend’s couches or even sleeping in his own car. Now 25, and working with hit-producer Cason Cooley, it’s safe to say Brasko has made his own way to his own sound in The New Nashville. Obsessed with old Todd Rundgren and David Bowie records, Brasko incorporates all his quirky influences—like cabaret and Burt Bacharach—into modern tunes he he hopes will be the background music to your next night out dancing, falling for someone special, and perhaps even making love.
Seth Alley
Seth Alley
Seth Alley - Singer, Songwriter, Storyteller.

I'm the oldest of three kids. I grew up in the small East Tennessee town of Sparta. I like to tell stories.

As long as I can remember I've liked to tell them, and so I guess becoming a songwriter was logical. Every song I write is like a chapter from a book...they are stories for you and truths for me.

I never write a song just to write a song. They paint a true and vivid picture of what my life is or was like. My goal when writing is to make people feel something - I want them to think. My stories, and thus my songs, come from observation, lessons, love and dreams.

I picked up the guitar at the age of thirteen and formed my first band at fourteen. With over 1,000 shows under my belt, the next step was to go after my true dream of becoming a professional off to Music City I went. I started making trips back and forth to Nashville at the end of 2012, and met Clarence Spalding who would sign me to Maverick Management (home to Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Brooks & Dunn, and Terri Clark). I also landed a publishing deal with Sony ATV in 2014.
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203