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Flat Iron Maiden: An All-Ladies Eighties Benefit for End Slavery Tennessee

Flat Iron Maiden: An All-Ladies Eighties Benefit for End Slavery Tennessee

Wed · May 16, 2018

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

$10.00 - $12.00

This event is 18 and over

Nikita Karmen
Nikita Karmen
I am an aspiring songwriter. All I think about are songs, songs other people have written, songs i've written and songs I haven't written yet. I don't think I could do anything else if I tried.

“The truth is people rarely communicate exactly how they feel or what they want, they outwardly moderate rather immoderate emotions. That’s where the beauty of songwriting comes in. When it’s just you, the guitar, a piece of paper and a pen, there’s no pretending, there’s just the telling of the story…the true story, and nothing is quite as beautiful or heartbreaking as absolute honesty.”

Enjoy my stories, they all come from places you’ve probably been. - Nikita
Nicole Boggs
Nicole Boggs
American singer-songwriter based in Nashville, TN.
Tiffany Goss
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Sam Stephens
Sam Stephens
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Marti Dodson
Marti Dodson
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Jaida Dreyer
Jaida Dreyer
American-Canadian country music singer-songwriter, and a world champion equestrian.
Lainey Wilson
Lainey Wilson
Mae Estes
Mae Estes
I write songs and sing 'em and that's about all I've got figured out. I created this page for those who'd like to follow along on the journey.
Post Monroe
Post Monroe
Post Monroe is a country duo that blends two authentic female voices and personalities. Comprised of Whitney Duncan and Ashlee Hewitt, the duo is influenced by a vast array of sounds from classic country to rock ‘n roll to bluegrass. The result is pure country music, cemented by their commitment to songwriting as a group and individuals. Post Monroe recently released their digital 45 comprised of two songs, “Psycho” and “White Noise”. Post Monroe was named Rollingstone Country’s “10 Artists You Need To Know” and made their Grand Ole Opry debut on June 18. They are also part of CMT’s Next Women of Country for 2017.
Rachel Potter
Rachel Potter
Born in New Orleans but raised in Florida, Rachel Potter was influenced musically by her rock-n-roller parents, her Baptist church upbringing, and her classical training. She started out her professional career performing in several shows at Walt Disney World, as Ariel, Belle and Nemo. She later starred on Broadway in The Addams Family, as Wednesday with Brooke Shields and Roger Rees, Evita, as the Mistress with Ricky Martin and Michael Cerveris, and Glinda in the second national tour of Stephen Schwartz's, Wicked.

But with her heart always residing in country music, Rachel continued to write and record whenever she had free time. She recorded and released her debut EP, "Live The Dream," in 2012 which showcased her pop country sound, and songwriting. Just a year later, she left behind the "Great White Way" to find her place among the neon lights of Music City.

Potter went on to become a Top 12 finalist on season three of The X Factor, earning international praise for her rendition of Queen's Somebody to Love. Her take on the classic tune, which has now reached over 32 million views on YouTube, is featured on her new album, Not So Black and White.

Rachel currently tours with Country Legends, singing a revue of the best of country music with pops symphonies nationwide. She is also a member of a new country trio, Steel Union, along with world renowned dobro player Josh Matheny, and Donny Fallgatter in Nashville, TN. Visit www.wearesteelunion.com for more info.
Hannah Dasher
Hannah Dasher
The first time you hear HANNAH DASHER perform, you'll discover something you never knew you wanted.
Though a modern stylist, her personality-packed lyrics and vocal delivery are steeped in traditional country, soul, rock, and blues. She is signed to Sony/ATV Nashville and is working on her debut album, Heavy.
Adley Stump
Adley Stump
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Lisa Goe
Lisa Goe
And now the long, intimate, get a real fuzzy wuzzy, good feeling about Lisa Goe bio.

Lisa Goe was born in Los Angeles and raised in Santa Barbara. Her father was a musician when he came out to California and her mother was a student at UCSB. Although Lisa's father sacrificed being a studio musician at Capitol in order to support his family in Santa Barbara, he passed on his music bug to his little girl. Lisa's father was heavily into Jazz & Rock, which shaped Lisa's music style. During her college years in Chicago, Lisa increasingly gained an appreciation for jazz, blues, gospel, and r&b. She moved back to CA and continued to write music. This lead to her introduction to artists such as Katy Perry, Tony Lucca, & Ernie Halter.

Currently, Lisa resides in Nashville, TN, where she continues to write music.
Natalie Stovall
Natalie Stovall
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Lucie Silvas
Lucie Silvas
Born in the UK and raised part of her life in New Zealand by her Kiwi dad and Scottish mother, Lucie Silvas grew up listening to her parents favourites from Ray Charles to Nat King Cole to James Taylor and Roberta Flack. She started playing the piano and writing songs at age 10 but wasn't exposed to the music industry until she was 17 when she went out on the road as a backing singer for British singer/songwriter Judie Tzuke.

A few years later she released her debut album on Mercury Records, "Breathe In," and toured extensively around Europe for the following years with both her debut and second album. She went on to sell well over a million albums in Europe, alone. Lucie worked and toured with many artists throughout Europe including the likes of Elton John, Jamie Cullum, Macy Gray, and Jamiroquai.

After achieving massive success for both her own music as well as songs she had written for other artists, Lucie packed up and moved to Nashville, TN. where she has now written and performed with some of the biggest and the best in their fields. Still without having released a single recording yet in the U.S., she started sowing the seeds of this new chapter and hit the road with a vast array of artists ranging from Kasey Musgraves to Tom Jones (yes, Tom Jones) to Daughtry to James Bey and shared the stage at Bonnaroo with Skrillex and Ms. Lauryn Hill. She will also be direct support on the road this coming Fall for Little Big Town.

Lucie has just released her long-awaited and much anticipated album, "Letters To Ghosts" for Caroline Records. This was a fully self-financed endeavor and one that came from sheer passion, drive and a slew of generosity and favors from some of the greatest players in and out of the Nashville market who all saw the raw talent and amazing body of work in the making. The album features the first hit, "Letters To Ghosts," which continues to rear its head at new radio stations each week all over the country. All the songs on the album were co-written and co-produced by Lucie with several tracks already having been licensed for major network television.

Along with the release of this album, Lucie wrote and produced the first two storyline videos – "Letters To Ghosts" and "Villain" – which will lead into a third video, "Smoke," that will close the book on this much lauded trilogy.

She recently received massive accolades for her acclaimed performance on BBC Sessions "60th Anniversary of Elvis Presley's Sun Sessions." Her live show continues to wow critics and fans alike and will propel her to stay out on the road through all of next year supporting this incredible first U.S. release.
Vanessa Olivarez
Vanessa Olivarez
Vanessa is an American singer best known for being a top 12 finalist on the second season of American Idol.
Venue Information:
Mercy Lounge
1 Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://mercylounge.com/