A classically-trained pianist and self-taught guitarist, Chris Caminiti was a top-4 finalist in the CMT/NSAI Song Contest out of over 18,000 entries. Caminiti recently signed his first writing deal with Given Music Publishing and continues to write songs daily and perform regularly in Nashville’s top venues. Nashville-native Driver Williams has been shredding on stage as a guitarist for The Eric Church Band since 2005. He also co-wrote the fan-favorite “Smoke A Little Smoke” with Eric. James McNair has had cuts with Luke Combs, Jon Langston, & Pat Cooper he signed a publishing deal with Tree Vibez Music/Sony ATV in 2015.
See Chris Caminiti, Driver Williams and James McNair at Puckett’s Restaurant & Gro. this Saturday, Oct 8, from 8:30 – 10 p.m. Cover is $12. Puckett’s is located at 120 4th Ave S, Franklin.
Travis Bowlin launched his first indie label, Moonbeam Records, in 2014 and released his 1st studio single “Bad Bad Man”. For nearly six months, his single “See You Again” charted as a Top 10 Top 20 song on radio as well as getting on the 2016 entry ballot for possible Grammy Nomination in American Root Performance and American Roots Song. His music video was nominated for a Midwest Video Music Award and the RockErie Awards. Travis is currently traveling and performing in about 12 states and working to finish his Debut Album “Actuality” that he hopes to release sometime in 2016.
Travis will be at Gray’s on Main on Saturday, Oct 8, at 9 p.m. Gray’s is located at 332 Main Street, Franklin.
KT Tunstall has released several critically acclaimed albums, including “Drastic Fantastic” (2007,) “Tiger Suit: (2010,) and “Invisible Empire // Crescent Moon” (2013) and has played everywhere from the rooftops of splashy Las Vegas hotels to Giant’s Stadium. She’d been nominated for a Grammy, won a BRIT and the Ivor Novello, and seen her songs used everywhere from opening credits of “The Devil Wears Prada” to Hillary Clinton’s 2008 campaign theme.
See KT at The Franklin Theatre on Friday, Oct 7, at 8 p.m. The Franklin Theatre is located at 419 Main Street, Franklin.
Since 2012, Mason (Mace) McLellan, Dillon Wing, Nick Alexander,
See Dead Martinis this Friday night, Oct 7, from 10:30 p.m. – 1 a.m. at The Pond, 321 Independence Square, Franklin.
After being together 12 years, this group of friends knows how to have a good time with great music. First Avenue features five unique vocalists with smooth harmonies performing
First Avenue Band will be at The Bunganut Pig this Saturday night, Oct 8, at 9 p.m., $5 cover charge. The Bunganut Pig is located at 1143 Columbia Ave. Franklin.