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8 Off 8th hosted by HOUSEQUAKE

8 Off 8th hosted by HOUSEQUAKE

Ali Warren, Kayla Nettles, Lackhoney, Lost Stars, Vacation Manor, Wolf & Moon

Mon · March 18, 2019

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

Free

This event is 18 and over

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HOUSEQUAKE Productions
HOUSEQUAKE Productions
HOUSEQUAKE - Monthly showcases celebrating the growing, diverse pop scene in Nashville
Ali Warren
Ali Warren
Ali Warren is a Nashville based rnb/pop artist with a unique sound. From a young age music was clearly going to be a part of her life. Ali was in musicals, choirs, and recitals most of her life and began to play piano and guitar by ear.

She soon began doing session work for numerous artists and sang on multiple children's albums. At the age of 13 she was hired as a backup vocalist and dancer for gospel singer Nicole C. Mullen until her junior year of high school. She also traveled with children's entertainer Brian Best as an actress, singer, dancer, and choreographer up until she was 15, and led worship at her church until she graduated.


Ali didn't officially begin songwriting until she got her guitar for her 15th birthday, and not long after that, she had written her first song. She plays the guitar, piano, mandolin, ukelele, and whatever else she can get her hands on.

Now 21, Ali lives in Nashville as a working artist. In the summer of 2016 she released her first EP "To Be Honest" which is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Play. Since then she has made her mark on the local music scene. Her first self titled ep, "Ali Warren" was released May 11th, 2018.
Kayla Nettles
Kayla Nettles
Unsigned artist Kayla Nettles is a multi- talented singer, songwriter, actress and musician. She made it all the way to Hollywood Week on Season 11's American Idol and was a finalist in 2012's American Country Star.

Kayla is a a regular contributor and performer on The Nashville Spotlight Television show and has been a favored extra in music videos with Kid Rock, Gretchen Wilson, Luke Bryan, Jasmine Sagginario, Hunter Hayes, Eric Church and more.

With eight years of on stage experience, Kayla has built a dynamic and energetic presence, along with her passion and drive, Kayla is determined to take her career to the next level.

"I have been singing since I could talk and enjoyed the spotlight at an early age. My dad was in a band so I would get up and sing with him. I have taken professional voice,guitar and piano lessons. I have performed with a band and solo. Been in many plays,talent contests, gigs and open mic events.Hoping to get my big break in Nashville - Kayla Nettles"
Lackhoney
Lackhoney
Growing up with Indian and Pakistani parents meant young Aly “Lackhoney” Lakhani heard more Bollywood hits and Muslim spiritual music than hip-hop. But when he first heard artists like Audio Push in middle school, his world changed.

“I spent hours studying their videos, stage presence, and radio freestyles,” Lackhoney says. Though he was just a fan at the time, those early binge sessions laid the groundwork for Lackhoney’s own artistry.

Before long, Lackhoney was producing songs in Garage Band with ripped instrumentals from YouTube videos and a borrowed microphone. He slowly taught himself production techniques on the Internet — a skill he soon expanded when he enrolled at Nashville’s famed Vanderbilt University, where he met frequent collaborators Curt and Lucy DK.

During his freshman year at Vanderbilt, Lackhoney forwent the typical college party scene and instead spent all of his weekends in the campus recording studio, often walking back to his dorm around the same time others were going for their morning jog.

The hard work paid off. Taking a cue from artists like Russ, Lackhoney released a steady stream of singles like “Wrong,” “Bounce,” and “Self Work,” building a passionate niche following on campus. He fused his early influences with inspiration from acts like Smino and Monte Booker, Chance the Rapper and indie rockers Arlie.

A clever lyricist and charismatic vocalist, Lackhoney is carving out a unique place in hip hop by embracing his own reality, from dealing with the racial prejudice he experiences as a Muslim to the everyday highs and lows of life as a college student. He details his truths in upcoming projects throughout 2018.
Lost Stars
Lost Stars
Lost Stars can best be described as a young alternative pop band based in Nashville, TN comprised of three guys with Midwest roots, Kansas roots if you want to get specific. With influences from bands like The 1975 and Imagine Dragons, the dynamic group is known for their lyrically driven songs that crossover pop, rock, dance and indie styles to create a truly unique sound. In their first year as a band, Lost Stars released their debut EP, Dreaming in the Dark, introducing the Nashville music scene to a new brand of pop music. Shortly after in the spring of 2017, Damian Malnar (vocals/keys), Charley Holden (guitar), and Trey Warner (guitar) went on tour for the first time, hitting places like Kansas City, Chicago, St. Louis and Atlanta. During this time they opened up for heavy hitting indie bands like Coin and ARIZONA, gaining thousands of new fans along the way.
Since their first successful tour, they’ve released a follow-up single, “It Only Takes One”, booked a second tour, signed a sync licensing deal, and continue to work on new music. In their most recent Shot In The Dark Tour, Lost Stars played in 20 different cities in the south and northeast, including New York, Dallas, Philadelphia, Jacksonville, DC, and more. They also returned to Kansas City, Chicago, and Atlanta for their summer series. Check out Lost Stars’ latest single, “Whip Me”, and be on the lookout for more new music and tour dates!
Vacation Manor
Vacation Manor
Vacation Manor is a four­piece indie rock band based out of Nashville, TN consisting of Nathan Towles (guitar, vocals), Dane Spearman (bass), Cole Young (drums), and Carson Cody (keys). The band formed in the fall of 2014 after meeting at a music festival in Lynchburg, VA while two of the members were attending college.The group released their debut EP Girl, Say in March of 2016 which has since received over 3.5 million streams on Spotify in addition to being picked up on playlists in stores such as Starbucks, Gap, Banana Republic, and more. The group has headlined shows across the eastern US and opened for acts such as Dawes, The Lone Bellow, Colony House, Dave Barnes, and many more. After a successful Kickstarter campaign in the spring of 2018, the band headed out to Joshua Tree, CA to record their follow­up record, Everything I Can't Say Out Loud, with producer Charlie Stavish (Ryan Adams, Imagine Dragons, The Wombats, Foster the People).
Wolf & Moon
Wolf & Moon
Traveling duo making folky pop with electronic sprinkles.
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://thehighwatt.com/