Nashville has long been known for its thriving music scene, and the city is home to some of the most talented musicians in the world. Among them is Tabitha Meeks, a pianist, singer, and songwriter who has been making waves in the city’s music scene since moving here just two and a half years ago.
With an impressive resume that includes performances at the Ryman Auditorium and Bonnaroo Festival, as well as collaborations with artists such as Charles Kelley from Lady A, Lauren Alaina, Chris Young, David Ryan Harris, and more, Tabitha is quickly becoming one of Nashville’s rising stars.
Her music is a unique blend of jazz, pop, and soul, with her vocal range and piano skills being a particular highlight. Her original music has been consistently played on Nashville’s largest independent radio station, “Lightning 100,” and her latest single, “Dark Side,” is set to be featured in Episode 8 of Netflix’s hit series “Love Is Blind.” CONTINUE READING
Peyton McMahon has returned with his latest single, “No Control“, a powerful track produced by Harper James that delves into his personal struggles with mental health. The singer/songwriter wrote the lyrics himself, drawing on his experiences with anxiety since childhood.
In the song, McMahon reflects on the frustration of feeling out of control in situations where he cannot determine the outcome or when faced with significant decisions. He acknowledges the difficulty of overthinking and worrying excessively, creating an endless cycle of stress. With “No Control,” McMahon aims to express his emotions and share his experience with others who may be struggling with similar issues.
The indie alt pop/rock song’s infectious guitar chords and emotive vocals, coupled with relatable lyrics, provide an empowering anthem for anyone who has struggled with their own mind. The track showcases McMahon’s talent as a songwriter and musician, building on his previous releases and solidifying his place as a rising artist. CONTINUE READING
Jas Rose, a freelance artist, songwriter, and content creator, has just released her debut single titled “Break These Chains“. Jas Rose is not your typical artist, as she’s had to overcome obstacles and challenges to get to where she is today.
Growing up in Val Caron, Jas Rose was exposed to rock and roll music at a young age. She played instruments such as drums, guitar, and piano, and was an active member of her high school’s music program. However, it wasn’t until after a car accident that Jas Rose found her passion for songwriting. Writing became her path to healing and a way to cope with chronic pain and PTSD. CONTINUE READING
Meet Megan Linh, an up-and-coming singer-songwriter who has just released her latest single “Golden Child“. Megan’s music is a fusion of pop and soul, and her sound is influenced by some of the biggest names in the industry such as Adele, Sam Smith, and Demi Lovato.
Growing up, Megan was drawn to music from a young age and started singing even before she could speak. She has been writing songs since the age of 13 and playing the piano since she was 11, mostly self-taught. Megan’s unique sound and raw, emotional lyrics have already earned her a loyal fan base, and her latest release is sure to cement her status as a rising star. CONTINUE READING
Cate Tomlinson, a 21-year-old singer, songwriter, and performing artist from Palo Alto, California, has recently released her new single, “twenty one“. This haunting pop ballad is timed to be released just before her 22nd birthday and is a self-reflective story about navigating the effects of a past relationship. It captures what it’s like to gain perspective on a complicated young romance and the morality of it all. The song showcases Cate’s perspective and maturity, explaining the trials of a young relationship and how it feels to compromise yourself for a person who does not care if you do.
The opening line of the song sets the tone for the rest of the track: “Rum and coke for me, I’m barefoot, 15.” Soft piano and droning guitar create a melancholic suspense that surrounds Cate’s voice. She explains that she’s been trying to write this song since she was 16, but it took her a full five years to gather all the information and reflection she needed to explain the relationship to herself and through the track. CONTINUE READING