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Spill the Tea feat. Tanner Azzinnaro, dnny, Savannah Sgro, & Lackhoney

Spill the Tea feat. Tanner Azzinnaro, dnny, Savannah Sgro, & Lackhoney

Sat · July 13, 2019

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

$10.00 - $15.00

This event is 18 and over

STANDING ROOM ONLY - PLEASE EMAIL info@mercylounge.com FOR ADA ACCOMMODATIONS

 

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Tanner Azzinnaro
Tanner Azzinnaro
Tanner Azzinnaro is a pop/hip-hop artist based out of Nashville, TN. He has found much success throughout his years of performing and songwriting, and has worked with and gained the attention of many well established music industry heads. Tanner's goal through his music is to tell his own life story and faith walk so as to help others better understand their own lives. Music is available across all streaming services #takeoff
dnny
dnny
hey i'm dnny. my whole life i've been both a musician and an athlete. now i do pop music and live in nashville. i hope my music resonates with you, whether that means at a deeper level or just something that makes you want to dance. hopefully you feel inspired to follow your dreams just like i am. if you’re reading this thank you so much for checking out my stuff and ily. tigp.
Savannah Sgro
Savannah Sgro
Born and raised in Las Vegas, 22-year-old is a heartfelt lyricist, and a multitalented musician. “Phobia” is available EVERYWHERE now!
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.
Venue Information:
The High Watt
One Cannery Row
Nashville, TN, 37203
http://thehighwatt.com/