Nashville Sounds in the Round – Birmingham

Nashville Sounds in the Round - Birmingham
20 Apr 11:30 AM
Until 20 Apr, 02:00 PM 2h 30m

Nashville Sounds in the Round - Birmingham

place Symphony Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, Broad Street, Birmingham, UK expand_more

Birmingham's premier country songwriter night 'Nashville Sounds In The Round' in partnership with B:Music! Hosted by multi award-winning Gasoline & Matches, artists are invited to tell the stories behind their songs in a Bluebird Café style ‘In The Round’ session, stripping the songs back to their origins and transporting the audience right back to the writing rooms.

Gasoline & Matches

Gasoline & Matches are a high energy, multi-award winning, dual fronted British band combining close harmonies, melodic guitar licks and serious musicianship. Fronted by Birmingham natives Sally Rea Morris and Stephen Marks, they are fierce entertainers known for their tongue-in-cheek and much-loved song "Never Have I Ever" described by Bob Harris as “Clever, funny, totally original…and it’s Country!” They built momentum after multiple spins on BBC Radio 2, and never fail to get festival goers on their feet to participate in the infamous drinking game which inspired the song. As resident hosts of Nashville Sounds in the Round, their Bluebird Cafe style songwriter round at Birmingham Symphony Hall, it’s clear to see their contribution & influence on Country and Americana music in the Midlands.

Emilia Quinn

Unleashing Gritty Americana with Raw Passion. Emilia Quinn stands as a vibrant force in the realm of Americana music, crafting a distinct path within the genre's fabric. With a voice that resonates as both powerful and raw, she defies conventions, infusing her melodies with a fiery essence that captivates audiences worldwide. ​Her music is a tapestry woven from the threads of traditional roots music, emboldened by a gritty twist that sets her apart. Emilia's husky vocals serve as the vessel for storytelling, each song a journey through her soul, delivered with astonishing honesty and fervour. ​The embodiment of a modern firecracker, Emilia Quinn disrupts the contemporary landscape of Country and Americana Roots music. Her repertoire spans from anthems exuding unapologetic bravado to tender ballads that tug at heartstrings, creating a dynamic experience that resonates deeply with listeners.

Chloe Chadwick

Cheshire based singer/songwriter 'Chloë Chadwick' has been cooking up a storm in 2023 with her latest country & Americana filled music releases! On a mission in 2024 also, Chloe has even more new releases to come! Her unique stagecraft and grounded modesty provide a perfect balance for audiences who appreciate the beauty of music through not only her storytelling, but her performances of which are soulfully delivered. Over the years Chloë has shown grit, incredible drive and tenacity throughout her career spanning over 15 years in the music industry! Chloë has already kickstarted 2024 with a bunch of confirmed dates including a SOLD OUT show supporting Morganway in Yorkshire, a HEADLINE show just announced at the Camden Chapel, London in May, a ‘BCMA’ Writers Round in March, as well as appearing at this years biggest UK Country Music Festival ‘C2C’ at London's 02 Arena. Chloë will be sharing the bill with International stars such as ‘Brad Paisley’, ‘Carly Pearce’, ‘Old Dominion’, & ‘Kane Brown’, to name a few!

Jimmy Stanley

An American country music singer from Eustis, Florida. He grew up there on rural road CR. 44a. He spent most of his child hood training horses on his parents horse farm. Jimmy attended Florida State University where he began to visualize a path in music playing small clubs around Tallahassee before making the move to Nashville in 2005. He immediately got a job at the world famous Bluebird Cafe where he studied some of the greatest songwriters and learned how a song was crafted. Jimmy has shared the stage with artists like Sam Hunt, Tony Arata, Ronnie Milsap etc. In 2012 he landed a featured role on ABC's Nashville which later turned into a speaking role. Shortly thereafter he was casted for the soft scripted reality show called Crazy Hearts Nashville on the network A&E. After the first season Jimmy returned to touring and released his debut single “Say You Want Me” on SiriusXM's The Highway.

Ryan Nelson

Hailed as "a legend" by Whiskey Jam's Ward Guenther, Ryan Nelson has become a Nashville staple amongst artists and songwriters alike, with major cuts including Riley Green's "When She Comes Home Tonight," Meghan Patrick's "Girls Like Me" and Jelly Roll's "Too Far." Known as a prolific writer and unmatched performer, Nelson breaks the mould with thought provoking lyricism and an unapologetically authentic on stage persona. The "Show Up Drunk" singer's refusal to be anyone other than himself, along with his dedication to upholding the integrity of real music have solidified him as an artist in every sense of the word. Handpicked by Jelly Roll as an opener on his 2021 Work In Progress tour, the man himself dubbed Nelson "one of the best songwriters in Nashville." His most recent single "Bad Tattoo" garnered support from CMT, Apple Music's New in Country, Best New Songs, and more, in addition to his past placements on Spotify's Fresh Finds, New Music Nashville and Next From Nashville. As an independent artist, Ryan Nelson embodies the spirit of persistence and defying the odds. With a slew of never before heard material on the horizon, both new and old fans of Nelson can expect the unexpected, while his longtime supporters already know they won't be disappointed

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