WIN TICKETS to COMMUNION NASHVILLE on 9/14/16!!!

screen-shot-2016-09-12-at-9-24-21-pmThe highly-anticipated Communion Residency returns to The East Room on September 14th, showcasing up-and-coming talent across multiple genres for an unforgettable night of music discovery. The lineup includes Jonny PThe Wild JaysGuthrie Brown, and Zoe Sky Jordan–and we have a pair of tickets to give away to a lucky winner!

Nashville-by-way-of New York soul artist Jonny P has a sound reminiscent of the greats of Motown and is poised to carve his mark in the landscape of R&B. His refreshing vocal style reflects true artistry, he’s one not to miss. (Listen here.)

Nashville collaborative psychedelic rock trio and blog faves The Wild Jays create a sound that is at times intimate and haunting, yet at others heavy and chaotic. If you follow East of 8th (and if you don’t, you really are missing out), you’ve seen our premiere of the band’s groovy single, “Kali”. (Listen here.)

Zoe Sky Jordan is a Toronto born, alt-pop singer-songwriter currently living and working in Nashville. Known for her soft, understated singing style and as one critic put it “smoldering subtle swagger”, her music has been a natural fit in the film and television world. In fact, her single “In Another Lifetime” created a frenzy last year when it was featured on ABC’s show “Switched at Birth”. (Listen here.)

Blog fave Guthrie Brown, a Nashville transplant by way of “old Montana”, began playing the guitar at age six. By the age of seventeen, he journeyed to The Music City to pursue his  dream of being a professional songwriter, recording & performing artist. With two EPs under his proverbial belt, Brown and his band have toured non-stop and shared stages with Jonny Lang, Willie Nelson, Robert Randolf, and Bears Den. (Listen here.)

Enter to win a pair of tickets, and prepare to be amazed! A lucky winner will be chosen and notified by email at noon central on Thursday, September 14th. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity!

 

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