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Claire Ernst

Claire Ernst

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ABOUT CLAIRE

Claire Ernst is a singer/songwriter from Hightstown, New Jersey. Debuting in 2015, she has been developing her sound with every release and strives to make people feel. Her passion for songwriting and creating music is a dynamic force in the upcoming pop world.

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Claire Ernst
Brother and the Hayes Release Show

Brother and the Hayes Release Show

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ABOUT BROTHER AND THE HAYES

Brother and The Hayes is a Tennessee based, Texas born Americana-roots
band led by siblings Jennie Hayes Kurtz and David Bingaman. They
combine thoughtful lyrics with infectious grooves, pulling from an
assortment of blues, bluegrass, and country & western influences such as
Doc Watson, Bonnie Raitt, and J.J. Cale. In their songs Brother and The
Hayes tell vivid stories of heartbreak and travel and they sometimes sing
about whiskey, pie and ugly women too.

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Brother and the Hayes Release Show
She & I podcast LIVE

She & I podcast LIVE

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One of the best relationship podcasts. Join the hosts, B~Love and India Marie, every Tuesday for a new episode. B~Love and India Marie are somewhat newlyweds as they have been married a little under 5 years. With a new edition to their family, Blake (B~Love 2), they give you a look into their lives as they navigate marriage, raising their son, and still maintaining their identity as individuals. Juggling their “9-5 jobs” and all of their personal endeavors from India Marie’s blog, and all of B~Love’s hustles, they make time for each other. The couple focuses on keeping the podcast fun and transparent while dropping some gems. Tune in to hear some unqualified advice from B~Love during his relationTIP segment, discover What Would India Do (WWID) as she answers questions submitted by the listeners, and stick around for the topic of the week.

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She & I podcast LIVE
Soul Vibes presents Neo Soul

Soul Vibes presents Neo Soul

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Cover Charge of $5
21+

Hosted by Rachel Rodriguez, Neo Soul will feature a full female lineup

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Soul Vibes presents Neo Soul
Blake Ruby

Blake Ruby

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ABOUT BLAKE

Nashville indie pop artist Blake Ruby blends pop melodies, jazz influence and honest, introspective lyrics to soothe the soul. Relying on self-production, frequent collaboration, and a raw, intimate live show, Ruby is developing an encouraging, creative community and a unique sound from the heart.

With Support From Taylor Noelle

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Blake Ruby
Scotty Austin (Acoustic)

Scotty Austin (Acoustic)

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ABOUT SCOTTY

Former Saving Abel front man, Scotty Austin isn’t your ordinary or average run-of-the-mill rock star. With a remarkable track record playing across the United States, as well as being a multi instrumentalist in numerous genres, it is clear he has a unique perspective when it comes to creating music. In the intimate setting of Analog, Scotty will play acoustic versions of his hits, creative cover songs and new material.

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Scotty Austin (Acoustic)
Megan Coleman

Megan Coleman

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ABOUT MEGAN

Megan Coleman was born in the heart of Detroit. She grew up in church, learning from then rich cilture that is Detroit Gospel, Jazz and RnB music. She always had a passion for music and had the chance to start exploring that both in church and in school when she started playing drums in Jr. High. She continued to grow in love and passion for music, but wanted instead, to pursue Medicine.
In the midst of these studies, she moved to Nashville and in the industry as a whole.
As a drummer and percussionist, she has shared the stage with a wide variety of artists such as Jenny Lewis, Yola, Brandi Carlile, Sheryl Crow, The Highwomen, Keith Urban, Ron Pope, Foy Vance, Jackie Greene, The Girls of Nashville, Kree Harrison, Lucie Silvas, and Bridgette Tatum, to name a few. When she is not on the road, Megan can be found playing live and in sessions around Nashville, DJing, teaching lessons, and volunteering in mentorship programs.

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Megan Coleman
Slim & Husky’s Unplugged

Slim & Husky’s Unplugged

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Unlike most major showcases in downtown Nashville, Slim + Husky’s is focusing a light on the “next up” when it comes to Hip Hop, R&B, and alternative sounds of Black Musicians within Music City. Volume IV, V, & VI we’re brining more amazing independent, emerging artist to the stage and we have revamped the show to include storytelling from each artist for a more interactive and educational experience about their music. This series will also introduce both local and national platform artist.

We are excited to announce Unplugged will take place at Analog, within the Hutton Hotel. Analog is one of Nashville’s dopest venues. Think Songwriter Vibes, Chic Ambiance amongst several bars, and a stage set to highlight future/current stars within the music industry.

Arrive early to mix and mingle and checkout Slim + Husky’s new food truck that will be onside cooking up signature pizzas before the show. Doors to the show open at 7 p.m. with the show starting at 8 p.m.

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Slim & Husky’s Unplugged
Tuesday Night Sound Therapy

Tuesday Night Sound Therapy

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ABOUT SOUND THERAPY

Nashville’s very own (by way of Detroit) Rob Cureton, a highly in-demand bassist/ band-leader brings his all-star group of talented musicians to Analog for what he calls “Tuesday Night Sound Therapy”. These shows culminate Cureton’s years of experience in working with some of the biggest entertainers in the music industry.
Known for his work in the house band for the CMT Awards, the TV show “Nashville”, as well as numerous touring artists, Cureton curates this night of music featuring guest musicians and vocalists that he says, “if you haven’t heard, you should hear about”.
Come sit back, relax, enjoy some good vibes and listen to some great music.
Genres: Funk, Soul, Jazz, Pop and R&B”

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Tuesday Night Sound Therapy
Mason Caviness, Lindsay Ellyn, Taylor Alexander LIVE from Analog

Mason Caviness, Lindsay Ellyn, Taylor Alexander LIVE from Analog

Analog at Hutton Hotel

ABOUT MASON

Mason Caviness hails from the dry flatlands of west Texas, but his music is anything but desolate. Drawing on experiences of pain, loss, redemption, and joy, Mason sees songwriting as therapy; a running tally of processing and
reflecting, evolution and stillness. He released the single “Music to My Ears” in May 2022, a song born out of a 5 year hiatus from music. “I gave myself a chance to put the dream away, to just try and figure out how to be a healthy person, maybe for the first time ever.” His next single “Bound to Be” is set to release late summer 2022, and his debut album is set to release spring 2023.

ABOUT LINDSAY

Lindsay Ellyn’s self-penned debut album, “Queen of Nothing,” has been named One of the Best Albums of 2021 by American Songwriter. Maximum Ink praised
Ellyn as “gifted in succinct writing wringing singular wisdom from fierce experiences,” and “balancing brave statements alongside perceptive
tenderness.”

ABOUT TAYLOR

Taylor Alexander’s 2019 album “Good Old Fashioned Pain” was named an Essential Album of the Year by Saving Country Music. Red Dirt Review called
Alexander’s writing “vintage, elegant, tried and true,” while Farce the Music celebrated Alexander’s style as “great for traditionalists, but also accessible—a record to play for your friend who hates the genre or hasn’t explored country beyond the radio dial.” His sophomore album is dropping in August, 2022.

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Mason Caviness, Lindsay Ellyn, Taylor Alexander LIVE from Analog
Eric Kalb’s Blackout Sessions

Eric Kalb’s Blackout Sessions

Analog at Hutton Hotel

ABOUT ERIC

Southpaw drummer Eric Kalb is a versatile musician who enjoys playing groove based music. A devotee of R&B and Soul drumming, his improvisational aesthetic is colored by sudden bursts of rock aggression. Based in Brooklyn, New York, Eric is a multi-faceted studio and touring drummer whose “energetic and exhilarating style” (Jazz Times) keeps him in constant demand.

Over the course of his twenty-year career Kalb has taken to both studio and stage with a dazzling cavalcade of influential and innovative artists. He’s laid it down hard for the supernatural force of Miss Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings, the seven-string guitar wizardry of Charlie Hunter, jazz guitarist John Scofield and living organ Legend Dr. Lonnie Smith; to name but a few. Recent recording sessions include soundtracks for the major motion pictures
“American Gangster” and “Walk Hard:The Dewey Cox Story“.

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Eric Kalb’s Blackout Sessions
Analog Next

Analog Next

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Cal Stamp:

Stamp is a member of the band Spirit Animal (Current name: Record Heat) signed by Atlantic Records and handles the electric guitar and has toured the world with such names as Fitz And The Tantrums and Stone Temple Pilots. First release of his solo music has been received well by the independent radio world. Great melodies and that smooth pop lyric has Cal Stamp poised to create some summer hits in 2022.

The Woods:

Members are Dan O’Rourke, Leland Rooney and the multi-talented Raquel Cole. This band looks like Los Angeles 1973 and sounds like Nashville 2023. The three part harmonies are spot on perfection. O’Rourke started this endeavor at the beginning of 2019 and has navigated the world while growing the band’s audience as well as a catalog of well written songs that feel comfortable and well constructed.

Johnny Dailey:

Dailey’s dad gave him his first guitar at age 12. His love of songwriting and playing music is a natural extension of who he is. “I’ve always had a desire to tell my story through song and have it connect with people in some way. Songs have always been a source of comfort for me and I’ve always wanted to sing songs that provide comfort for other people” say Dailey. He signed his first publishing deal in 2019 and is now a member of the Endurance Music Group.

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Ben Abraham

Ben Abraham

Analog at Hutton Hotel

Ben Abraham is an award-winning L.A.-based singer/songwriter from Melbourne, Australia. His 2014 self-released debut LP Sirens earned widespread critical praise, leading to a 2016 reissue via indie label Secretly Canadian. Featuring appearances from Sara Bareilles and Gotye, the album was hailed by the New York Times as “a debut of remarkable depth.” While Sirens catalyzed his career as an in-demand songwriter – co-writing tracks like Kesha’s double-platinum, Grammy Award-winning smash hit “Praying” – he also experienced the most tumultuous period of his life, including a serious breakup and ensuing crisis of faith. In the thick of all that upheaval, Abraham created his sophomore album Friendly Fire – out August 2021 via Atlantic Records.

A selection of songs that speak to the undeniable possibility for rebirth after incredible loss and pain, Friendly Fire reveals the extraordinary gift for songwriting that he’s honed for much of his life and spotlights the cinematic yet emotionally raw sensibilities he’s long showcased while penning songs for artists like Demi Lovato and The Chicks. In bringing the album to life, Abraham worked with producer James Flannigan (Dua Lipa, MARINA, Matt Maeson), engineer/producer Jason Agel (Bjork, John Legend), and mixer Michael Brauer (Coldplay, John Mayer), recording solely at LA’s legendary Barefoot Studios.

With his earlier live experience including touring with country legend Emmylou Harris, Abraham recently supported Grammy, Tony, and Emmy Award-winner Ben Platt on his 2019 headline tour – a North American run that followed Abraham’s co-writing several songs on Platt’s debut solo album, Sing to Me Instead.

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Brandon Stansell

Brandon Stansell

Analog at Hutton Hotel

ABOUT BRANDON

Seven years after the release of his debut single, Brandon Stansell has come to occupy a unique space in country music.

He has been an ardent advocate for the queer community and the advancement of LGBTQ artists in the still widely conservative genre. In 2018, Brandon’s music video for his single “Hometown” was the first LGBTQ-themed video to ever premiere on CMT. It was also named one of Rolling Stone’s 10 Best Country Videos of the Year. In 2020, he released Hurt People (the title track featuring Cam) – a heartbreaking EP about his own family’s response to his coming out.

The EP also served as the soundtrack to his documentary, Three Chords And A Lie, where the Tennessee-born artist lays bare his struggles with his Southern Baptist family as he prepares for his first hometown show. The documentary was produced by OutTV and Leslie Jordan and premiered at OutFest in Los Angeles in August 2020.

Brandon’s newest project, This Must Be The Place, released September 2021 via PEG Records and Warner Music Group/ADA is an amalgam of the tear-inducing country music of his previous efforts and a compelling pop vibrancy of hope. This Must Be The Place, the LP, which will include the original six tracks plus four additional tracks is set to release June 24, 2022.

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Brandon Stansell
Allen Stone Karaoke Extravaganza

Allen Stone Karaoke Extravaganza

Analog at Hutton Hotel

Come join Allen in a night filled with Karaoke, games, prizes, and the opportunity to sing with him on stage!

Allen Stone was raised in the small town of Chewelah, Washington. He grew up on gospel music, spending much of his childhood as a pastor’s son watching his parents lead their congregation in song. By the time he was 11, he’d picked up a guitar, wrote his first song and soon began self-recording demo tapes to pass along to classmates. After dropping out of college, he moved to Seattle to kickstart his music career, often driving up and down the west coast in his ’87 Buick to play any and all gigs he could.

He quickly developed a reputation for powerful live shows, playing up to 200 dates a year. And, in the years since, Allen has built a devoted following on the strength of his near-magical ability to channel a weight-of-the-world sensitivity into his songs while still radiating hope and promise. His easy grace in blending everything from edgy soul-pop and earthy folk-rock to throwback R&B and Parliament-inspired funk is reflected in his five full length albums – from his 2010 self-released debut album Last To Speak to 2021’s APART, an intimate album recorded in a converted cabin during the pandemic.

Stone has continued to keep a constant touring schedule and has appeared numerous times on national television including performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Today Show, was a mentor on American Idol, and just recently participated in The American Song Contest.


For more information, visit allenstone.com.

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Allen Stone Karaoke Extravaganza
Allen Stone Karaoke Extravaganza

Allen Stone Karaoke Extravaganza

Analog at Hutton Hotel

Come join Allen in a night filled with Karaoke, games, prizes, and the opportunity to sing with him on stage!

Allen Stone was raised in the small town of Chewelah, Washington. He grew up on gospel music, spending much of his childhood as a pastor’s son watching his parents lead their congregation in song. By the time he was 11, he’d picked up a guitar, wrote his first song and soon began self-recording demo tapes to pass along to classmates. After dropping out of college, he moved to Seattle to kickstart his music career, often driving up and down the west coast in his ’87 Buick to play any and all gigs he could.

He quickly developed a reputation for powerful live shows, playing up to 200 dates a year. And, in the years since, Allen has built a devoted following on the strength of his near-magical ability to channel a weight-of-the-world sensitivity into his songs while still radiating hope and promise. His easy grace in blending everything from edgy soul-pop and earthy folk-rock to throwback R&B and Parliament-inspired funk is reflected in his five full length albums – from his 2010 self-released debut album Last To Speak to 2021’s APART, an intimate album recorded in a converted cabin during the pandemic.

Stone has continued to keep a constant touring schedule and has appeared numerous times on national television including performances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Late Night with Seth Meyers, The Today Show, was a mentor on American Idol, and just recently participated in The American Song Contest.


For more information, visit allenstone.com.

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Allen Stone Karaoke Extravaganza
Marielle Kraft

Marielle Kraft

Analog at Hutton Hotel

When you hear Marielle Kraft’s music or experience her candid live shows, you feel as though you already know her. The indie pop singer/songwriter, based outside of Philadelphia in Delaware, displays craftsmanship beyond her years, following suit to artists like Alec Benjamin, Maisie Peters, and Taylor Swift. Self-taught, the Rhode Island native began playing guitar at 16 and soon writing songs that strike chords with listeners everywhere. Her gift for storytelling is evident through her use of salient detail, raw emotion, and poignant word choice to describe moments “exactly as they feel.” “Already with her debut EP, The Deep End, indie-pop artist Marielle Kraft paves a path to sweet-and-sunny pop success.” – The Music Mermaid

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Marielle Kraft

Analog at Hutton Hotel is an intimate music venue showcasing the industry’s most inspired musicians, giving you an up close and personal experience in a comfortable living-room style setting. It immerses audiences in Nashville’s unrivaled live music scene, where storytelling is prized above all else.

Located just steps from the famed Music Row, Analog was designed to provide some of the best venue acoustics in all of Nashville while providing an intimate, interactive, and engaging experience for audiences and talent. From the artists, to the design of the lounge seating, to the advanced, innovative technology, to the mixologist providing crafted cocktails—the artistic spirit inspires a unique experience nightly.  

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