Dan Ascanio: What Could Be

Happy Music Monday,

It feels good to be back in the writing mode again.   After being MIA y’all are in for a treat with the album I am listening to today.   It is a beautiful sunny day in Nashville and Dan Ascanio’s new album, “What Could Be,” fits perfectly.   If you are looking for a mix of Patrick Monahan (Train) vocals with the tender side of Jon Bon Jovi lyrics and a hint of Dashboard melodies and arrangements, look no further than Dan Ascanio.

Ascanio starts the album off with a piano and guitar driven track called “Addicted to Disaster.”   The lyrics and blend of arrangements keeps the listeners ear intrigued as the song tells of a relationship, which is in fact disastrous for each person.   The lyrics play out the story of the age old question of, “Why are we attracted to the relationship we know is no good for us?”

Each track offers great transition and your ears do not get bored as the album progresses.   “Walking On,” had my foot tapping to the beat from the beginning.     “You’re out of time, I’ve lost my patience,” is one of those quotable song lyrics which will be used in reference to some moments in life.

What Could Be, offers the perfect balance between fast paced, up tempo songs and slower beat songs that you just can’t help but sway to. This is an album displaying the true writing talent of Dan Ascanio.   I highly recommend you head on over to http://www.danascanio.com to find out more about this up and coming artist.

The songs featured on What Could Be have such truth and everyday emotions and thoughts we all deal with day to day.   When I asked Dan what he would like listeners to take away from the album he responded thoughtfully.   “I’d like each listener to connect to this album on the same raw emotional level that inspired me to write each of this songs,” he finishes, “ Although each lyric was written from my own personal experience and emotion, I want my songs to be your songs.”   After listening to the album I can say Ascanio’s songs will be making a regular appearance on my playlists.   I could easily talk about every track on the album, but dear listeners, go entertain your ears.

As always music lovers, until next time keep those ears entertained.

 

Musically,

Chelsea

Little Miss

Happy Music Monday,

It feels good to be back in the writing mode, hit a bit of a writer’s block and a bit of a mental slump, but I am back.  Today is the perfect day to distract myself as well.  The weather in Nashville was beautiful all weekend long.  I find the weekends, which are gorgeous, fly by way to fast.  I got to enjoy a fun weekend filled with good times, laughter, and memories.  Would enjoy hearing how your weekend was?

So I know I already did a blog on Sugarland in regards to one of their songs this year, but their song “Little Miss,” has been catching my ear over and over at the right moments when I needed to hear it most.

Little miss, I’ll get tough, don’t you worry about me anymore

The third line into the song pulled me right in the first time I heard the song on the radio.   We all get our heartbroken, we sometimes get pushed around, and  more, but every time we stand back up we get stronger.  It is tough in itself to have thick skin and to not let things bother you so we just keep building up more and more each time.

Little miss, I’ll take less when I always give so much more

I know so many people who give, give, and give without ever asking for anything in return.  One of my best friends  has a heart of gold and this little woman is always there for her friends, her family, and is so strong throughout everything.

Little miss, hide your scars

Little miss, who you are is so much more than you like to talk about

Everyone has a past, no one is perfect and we shouldn’t strive to be.  Mistakes and scars are apart of life.  They tell our life story and form who we are.  We learn, we move on, and we don’t always want to look back on the tough parts of the past. We should because they tells us a lot about ourselves, about our resilience.

The lyrics of Sugarland’s song has connected with a vast amount of fans.  Fans were the ones who actually made a personal project and video.   Checkout the inspiration behind the lyrics at Jennifer’s blog, once you finish reading her blog explore Sugarland’s website and listen to all the different connections to Little Miss.  Very inspiring.

As always music lovers, until next time keep those ears entertained.

Musically,

Chelsea  ♫

 

Seasons of Love

Happy New Year Music Lovers,

Not only is it Music Monday, but it is the first Monday of the New Year!  I thought about which song would be the best fit to kick off a New Year and new beginning.  After long consideration, I found the song which best describes a year and how we measure the time.  For the first Music Monday of 2011, I chose “Seasons of Love,” written by Jonathan D. Larson and performed on the hit Broadway show and movie Rent.

“Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes

Five hundred twenty-five thousand moments so dear

Five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes

How do you measure, measure a year?”

 

The last line of the first verse is the most intriguing because it opens our minds to truly think about how we measure time.  As the days pass at times we never realize how often we zip through life in the fast lane.  There are five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred moments we just let fly by through the year.  Many moments should be treasured and held dear to the heart.  The moments in life are what make it worth everything.  Everything isn’t even the word I want to use to describe what I feel about the moments, but everything allows the coverage of a wide array as well as your own description.

“It’s time now, to sing out

Though the story never ends

Let’s celebrate

Remember a year in the life of friends”

It is strange how I chose this song.  I had a deep lesson in how we measure everything.  You ever find yourself measuring who you are by what you own, how much money you make, and other items which don’t provide love back?  Just think about it for a minute.  I leave you with the thought with a New Year beginning do not measure yourself by your bank account or stock earnings, instead look around at the friends, loved ones, and people you have yet to meet in your life.

As always bloggers, until next time, keep those ears entertained.

Musically,

Chelsea ♫

 

New Year Resolution

Good Day Music Lovers,

I have set out on a new challenge for 2011.  I have decided I would like to be more consistent with my blog.  I am aiming to post on the blog at least two or more times a week.  Not only does this encourage my writing, but it is also encouraging me to get out and about more to hear more music in Nashville.

This is where I ask for your help to commit to my goal.  If you know of any shows or friends playing in Music City please let me know.  The more shows I know about the better to keep providing you with great reviews.

 

If you already read my blog, I hope you’ll encourage me with comments and likes, and good will along the way.

Musically,

Chelsea

 

2010 Song Memories

Dear Music Lovers,

I hope you all had a very enjoyable Christmas and are prepared to take on 2011.  I am excited to see what the New Year will bring.  I cannot believe this is the last Monday of 2010, crazy how fast the time has flown.  This will be my last official 2010 Music Monday blog so to make it special I wanted to recap all the songs I wrote about over the past couple of months because each one has related to me on a personal level in my life.  Excitement for 2011 will bring about even more songs because it will be my first official full year of writing.  I hope you all have enjoyed it thus far and I hope to continue to provide you with enjoyable reading material.

The first song that kicked off my little Music Monday series was, “Don’t Forget to Remember Me,” performed by Carrie Underwood.  This song connected with me because I was beginning my life on my own in a whole new city.  The lyrics made me think of my family because it described them perfectly. “And make sure you tell Daddy that I’m still his little girl.  Yeah I still feel like I’m where I’m supposed to be.”  Daddy and I have a relationship where I know he is proud even when he doesn’t say anything.  Sometimes he may question where I am because I am going against all odds, but I know there is a reason for me being where I am today.

As the time continued on my new journey in life “Runnin’ Blind,” performed and written by Watson and Nash was my next pick. “With every mile a mystery.  I’ll take what it brings to me.  Call me crazy, that’s ok.”  When I heard these words in the song they were perfect.  At this current time, I am taking the days as the come and I never truly know what is going to come about.  That is where just the “With every mile a mystery,” fits into my life.  Each day I wake up with a general idea of what is going on and as the day progresses each meeting, outing, or anything is leading to another mile.

The stars began to align as I continued on my path towards both my career and personal goals.  I had a few let downs, but I knew it would take time to really work towards what I wanted.  I was determined, motivated, and strong willed to not turn back.  That’s when Jimmy Wayne’s song “I Didn’t Come Here To Lose,” connected with me. The third verse is what I keep singing out loud whenever I hear it play.  “Give me your ‘heck no’s, you’ll never make it’s.  All those cynical backhanded praises.  I’ll turn them into something I can use, a little rocket fuel for my shooting star.”  Some people told me I would never make it and I would have to come home, but I didn’t take those words to heart.  Instead, every time a negative statement was brought into my life either through my own thoughts, or words spoken by others, I turned them around into positive thinking.   The negative words became my rocket fuel as I propel on the path towards my shooting star.  This verse is very motivating to anyone who is confident in their dreams because negativity and fear of failure can really hold you back.  However, when you turn the negativity around and fear into motivation, you can go far towards that shooting star.

Garth Brooks “Unanswered Prayers,” came to me through many Godwinks because as I was trying to figure out a song.  Everyone kept bringing this song to my attention and again the timing was perfect with all that was occurring in my life.  I moved to Nashville with the high hopes of getting one job I had interviewed for while I was visiting.  This job was what I asked for each night in my prayers because I thought if I landed it, my dreams would slowly come true.  Well, the job ended up falling through just as I got here.  I was a bit devastated at first because it was the greatest promise I had to take the next step towards my dreams.  A few days went by, and out of the blue, I got a call from a contact with good news about a job opening.  As the main line of the song goes, “Sometimes I thank God for unanswered prayers.” To say the least I am glad the first job didn’t come through because I love where I have ended up.

I had never heard “I Was Here,” by Lady Antebellum before, but I stumbled upon it just at the right moment.  The chorus of the song is the hook towards motivation and driving force towards going after your dreams to make a difference. “I wanna do something that matters, say something different.  Something that sets the whole world on its ear.  I wanna do something better with the time I’ve been given.  I wanna try to touch a few hearts in this life. Leave nothing less than something that says, I was here.”  My view on life is we have one life to live and make a difference in this world and I don’t want to be ordinary.  I have a deep passion to write lyrics that will one day connect with someone.   Music is and always will be my first true love.  On the worst of days, I know I can come home and put on my music to just zone out and it is the one thing that has always been there to motivate, inspire, and keep me going.  Even if leaving my mark is writing a song that touches one person, that is good enough for me.  I just don’t want to take this life for granted and I want to do something I can be proud of and know I lived.

Rascal Flatts has such upbeat energy and positive messages within their lyrics.  Mom and I both love “My Wish,” off their album Me And My Gang.  “If it’s cold outside, show the world the warmth of your smile,” I am sure Mom has a bit of a bias opinion here, but she always told me, no matter how down you are feeling or how rough it can be at any given time, smile with that beautiful smile.  How true is the fact if you saw two beautiful young women in a coffee shop, one with a sad look in her eyes as she stirs the coffee and a frown upon her face, and the other with a smile as she looks out the window admiring the beauty all around, wouldn’t you be more willing to approach the one with the smile.  A beautiful smile is the first thing that attracts me to anybody because that person just seems warmer and appreciative for the world around.

All I Ask For Anymore,” is one of the best songs for around the holiday season.  Trace Adkins performance is breathtaking within the video.  The last line of the song is truly what touches my heart because of the pure simplicity and relatable quality.  “That’s all that matters anymore.”  As human beings with hearts and emotions we realize how important it is to be thankful for who we have in our lives, family and friends alike.  Not only family and friends, but think about the teachers who have impacted your life, the neighbor down the street, or that stranger who just met once.  My view on relationships and encounters with different people is each person we meet has a lesson to teach us and it is up to use to decide to listen or ignore why they have crossed our paths. (Chelsea Kempchinsky)

This song is tied to a loved on who lost his battle to cancer in 2003. “Never Let Go,” performed by Bryan Adams. “We say Goodbye, but never let go,” when someone passes we have to say Goodbye for the time being until we ill be able to see them again.  However, even though we say goodbye we never let go of the memories we have shared.  There is always a special place in our heart where we can always go to see our loved one again even if it is not in person.  When I think of my Uncle Gabe it warms my heat and a smile brims from ear to ear.  Hold onto those memories and share them with others.  Around the holidays is when I know he is here watching over his family and rejoicing in our happiness.

“Annie,” performed and written by SafetySuit, has such a positive message within the lyrics and I think it is important for young girls to truly listen to the lyrics.  Body image is highly skewed and both young women and young men feel constricted to look like the perfect models seen on magazine covers, in movies, and on billboards. “Looks don’t make the world go round, but it comes around.”  We see it on a daily basis how we are pressured into looking a certain way because looks are everything, but they truly should not be viewed in that manner.  My point will be best defined through this example, yes you have an interview don’t go looking in like a slob.  Put time and effort into yourself and have respect for the person you will be interviewing with, but remember be nice to the front desk person because they are the ones you can have a small tidbit of information on how you will fit into the company.  Or if you see someone having a bad hair day, don’t call them out on it.  Instead compliment them on something else or ask if they need an ear to listen.

And the last song of the year truly ties it all together.  The personal story behind the lyrics is what should remind us of how lucky and blessed we are to have each day on Earth. “One Last Christmas,” is performed and written by Matthew West. The chorus in the song is what keeps your spirits high through this emotional song.  “For one last Christmas, one last time.  One last season when the world is right, one more telling of the story, one more verse of Silent Night.  They’d give anything so he could have, one last Christmas.”    The video is what makes the chorus come to life because West provides a glimpse into Dax’s life with home videos provided by the family.  You see how much love everyone had for this small child who would only grace their lives for a short period of time.  Dax was the apple of his daddy’s eye and mommy’s loving boy.

I loved looking back at all the songs, which impacted 2010 and 2011 will bring about even more.  If you have any songs to recommend, please leave a comment below.  While bloggers, I hope you enjoyed my blog thus far and are excited for the New Year.  I know I am!  I truly wish you all a blessed holiday season and a HAPPY AND SAFE NEW YEAR.

2011 shall be one to remember just as each passing year is truly a gift.

Until next time, keep those ears entertained.

Musically,

Chelsea ♫

 

All I Ask For Anymore

Happy Music Monday,

It is almost time to stuff our bellies full of yummy foods and hit the gym extra hard this week as Thanksgiving gets closer.  Happy Thanksgiving everyone, my blessings go out to you and yours. Have a safe and happy holiday and rejoice in the time you spend with your loved ones whether they be family or friends.  I was a bit stumped as to which song was relating to me most this week, but once I heard it I knew this song was perfect especially with the holiday.  My song of the week is “All I Ask For Anymore, ” written by Michael Casey Beathard and Timothy A James, performed by Trace Adkins.  The lyrics are what fit so well into the holiday season because this is time of the year where we realize how thankful we should be and ask the Lord to watch over our loved ones and keep them safe.

“It was a passing grade, a pretty girl.  All the money in the world.  What mattered then kept changing every day.”  When I was younger I remember praying to the Lord to let Dad bring that puppy home, let Mom allow me to use the car over the weekend, or keep the brothers out of my hair.  Each day what I prayed for changed because wisdom is learned over the years and we eventually realize there are more important things to pray for at night.  With each age, I sincerely believe we comprehend, all the money in the world, a passing grade, etc wouldn’t matter if our loved ones weren’t safe each and every night.

“And when I bow my head tonight, There’ll be no me, myself, and I.  Just watch my wife and kids please Lord, That’s all I ask for anymore.”  Now, personally I have no husband or kids at this point in my life, but this line can be changed from, “Just watch my wife and kids to watch my loved ones please Lord.”  That is the great ting about Country music is the realness.  Listeners can hear their own values portrayed within the lyrics.  I have heard many times at concerts, listening parties, etc at least one person say, “Wow, that is my life in a song.”

The last line of the song is truly what touches my heart because of the pure simplicity and relatable quality.  “That’s all that matters anymore.”  As human beings with hearts and emotions we realize how important it is to be thankful for who we have in our lives, family and friends alike.  Not only family and friends, but think about the teachers who have impacted your life, the neighbor down the street, or that stranger who you met just once.  My view on relationships and encounters with different people is each person we meet has a lesson to teach us and it is up to us to decide to listen or ignore why they have crossed our paths.

As always bloggers, until next time, keep those ears entertained.

Musically,

Chelsea ♫

 

 

PS  I am starting to include an extra special treat, I will now link the video to the title of the song.  Just click on the underlined title and it should direct you right to the video so you can enjoy the song 🙂

My Wish

Happy Music Monday,

This past week was amazing as I realize many of my dreams and wishes are unfolding before my very eyes.  I am still in awe of last week because dreams do come true.  Each day leaves me more excited for the future. It was tough picking a song this week because I had two in mind, which were really displaying a connection.  However, I feel I had a Godwink when I heard a certain song play. My song of the week is “My Wish,” written by Jeffery Steele and Steve Robson performed byRascal Flatts and it is picked in dedication to my one true hero, My Mom.  We all of heroes who fit this song perfectly, who is your hero in your life?  Take time to thank them, it will mean the world to them :).

I remember when I first started out on my path of achieving my dreams in my sophomore year of college.  The first step to my journey was moving to Nashville, which I have successfully done and I can’t be any happier about the move.  When I started talking about it, Mom didn’t discourage me or tell me it was crazy. She helped me find my path here.  The line “The moments pass slow and each road leads you where you want to go,” was the first instant draw.  All too many times in this fast paced world, we forget to truly live in a moment that has impacted our lives.  For instance, when I first moved here, I was so caught up in learning different roads, different places to visit, etc, that I forgot to look back and know I was on the right road to my life.  Finally, now I have settled in more. I am taking the time to truly appreciate the fact of    Dream 1: Moving to Nashville has come true.

“If it’s cold outside, show the world the warmth of your smile,” I am sure Mom has a bit of a biased opinion here, but she has always told me, no matter how down you are feeling or how rough it can be at any given time, smile with that beautiful smile.  How true is the fact if you saw two beautiful young women in a coffee shop, one with a sad look in her eyes as she stirs the coffee and a frown upon her face, and the other with a smile as she looks out the window admiring the beauty all around, wouldn’t you be more willing to approach the one with the smile?  A beautiful smile is the first thing that attracts me to anybody because that person just seems warmer and appreciative of the world around them.

The beginning of the chorus is what sealed the deal in my pick of the song, “My wish for you is that this life becomes all that you want it to.”  Every parent who truly loves their children wants them to live their life to the fullest.  As I get wiser in my years, I understand just how true that is because I have seen nothing more out of my parents than them wanting to make us happy, and teaching us that if you want something you have to work for it. If you work for your dream, when you achieve accomplishments with diligence, it means so much. For my parents, when their children are happy, they are happy because children are their life forever. Our success is their joy.

This blog was more personal this time because the holidays are coming up and they always bring out my sentimental side. I am also 800 miles away from home for Thanksgiving. This is one of the years where I have grown as a person and I am coming to understand just how truly blessed I have been and always will be with the Mom I have.  Love you Mom, your baby girl is doing good :).

As always bloggers, until next time, keep those ears entertained.

Musically,

Chelsea ♫

 

 

I Was Here

Music Monday,

The weather has been getting chillier each day here in Nashville, but I am not minding it too much. Perfect time to relax and look at the beauty all around me.  There is just something about the cold weather that makes me look back to my childhood and remember all those special moments growing up.  Makes me remember the people in my life who have influenced my path and think of the people who I have yet to meet, that will leave their mark.

I came across this song at just the right moment in my life because it explains my truest passion for all that I want to achieve.  My song of the week is “I Was Here,” recorded by Lady Antebellum and written by Victoria Shaw, Hillary Scott, and Gary Burr.  If you are a fan of Lady A and have yet to hear this track I highly recommend going on YouTube to listen.  The first line of the song is what drew me, “I’ll be leaving my mark, like initials carved in an old oak tree.”  The initials carved stay on the tree forever, not everyone sees them, but they are the mark of somebody.  I have set out on my path to work in the music industry and I am determined to leave my mark.  I am not exactly sure what my mark will be, but I know it will be in music.

The chorus of the song is the hook towards motivation and driving force towards going after your dreams to make a difference. “I wanna do something that matters, say something different. Something that sets the whole world on its ear.  I wanna do something better with the time I’ve been given.  I wanna try to touch a few hearts in this life. Leave nothing less than something that says, I was here.”  My view on life is we have one life to live and make a difference in this world and I don’t want to be ordinary.  I have a deep passion to write lyrics that will one day connect with someone.   Music is and always will be my first true love.  On the worst of days, I know I can come home and put on my music to just zone out and it is the one thing that has always been there to motivate, inspire, and keep me going.  Even if leaving my mark is writing one song that touches one person, that is good enough for me.  I just don’t want to take this life for granted and I want to do something I can be proud of and know I lived.

‘Cause I know it’s my destiny.  To leave more than a trace of myself in this place!’ This line is very personal to me because I sincerely feel I was given this life to leave a mark in the world.  There have been many moments in my life, where I have had the feeling  of being on the path God has created for me.  It is a strong connection in my heart and it’s with a deep smile from ear to ear, & with a light in my eyes when I speak about my passion. Lets me know I am doing what I was put here to do.

As I mentioned above, the mark doesn’t have to be anything huge, but don’t just pass through this life if you feel you were put here for a reason.  Don’t be afraid to chase those dreams, because you never know where they can lead.

As always bloggers, until next time, keep those ears entertained.

Musically,

Chelsea ♫

 

 

I Didn’t Come Here To Lose

Hey Music Lovers,

It’s Music Monday!  I love this time of the week. I get to rack my brain for the perfect song and how it applies to my life at this time.  Even though there is a slight chill in the air and the clouds are already hiding the sun, I am still finding this day to be filled with warmth and sunshine.  I had a very good day today as a new chapter in my life has started to be written.  My song of the week is, “I Didn’t Come Here To Lose,” by Singer/Songwriter Jimmy Wayne.

I like to talk about my life as chapters within a book, so whenever you hear me reference a chapter, my life is usually what I am talking about.  After earning my degree I set out on my quest to begin the ‘Part Two’ of my life.  ‘Part One’ was the first book in my life, you know, the chapters filled with childhood, grade school, the life I have built with my parents and family.  ‘Part Two’ contains the life I am building for myself now.  The only certainty is that I came to Nashville to stay and I am not about to head back to home base anytime soon.  The song “I Didn’t Come Here To Lose,” started to make more of connection.  “Just need that one chance, don’t tell me that I can’t.”  This line stays with me because within the first of living here the one job that seemed the most promising ended up being a dead end.  However, I didn’t let this get me down for too long.  Instead, I started thinking of other routes I could utilize to find that one chance.  I have found that one chance, or maybe it found me, and I’m not letting it go.

The third verse is what I keep singing out loud whenever I hear it play.  “Give me your ‘heck no’s, you’ll never make it’s.  All those cynical backhanded praises.  I’ll turn them into something I can use, a little rocket fuel for my shooting star.”  Some people told me I would never make it and I would have to come home, but I didn’t take those words to heart.  Instead, every time a negative statement was brought into my life either through my own thoughts, or words spoken by others, I turned them around into positive thinking.   The negative words became my rocket fuel as I propel on the path towards my shooting star.  This verse is very motivating to anyone who is confident in their dreams because negativity and fear of failure can really hold you back.  However, when you turn the negativity around and fear into motivation, you can go far towards that shooting star.

Life isn’t meant to always be easy because if it was that would be pretty boring in my eyes.  The hard times are memorable because it gives sense of accomplishment and strength when we look back at how we have come to be where we are today.  We were all born with the ability to dream and work towards being successful in the path we choose to take.  The only thing stopping oneself from going all the way is your own mind.  I am one who truly believes to go after the dreams I have in terms of both career and personal.  One of my favorite quotes of all times can link to the song easily.  “Shoot for the moon because even if you miss you land among the stars.”  Live by it bloggers and follow your dreams.  When you start life becomes more than just a day-by-day existence.  Life is a story being written minute by minute.

As always bloggers, until next time, keep those ears entertained.

Musically,

Chelsea ♫

 

Tunes All Around Music City

Hey Music Lovers,

It is already Thursday, wow does time fly.  We are already near the end of October.  Scary to think about with how time seems to escape us.  How has your week been?  Mine has been jam packed with music, just the way I love it.

The past two nights I have had the opportunity to attend magnificent shows in Music City.  On Tuesday night (October 19), I attended The FUNL Filled Double Feature featuring artists Amber Hayes and Ty Herndon.  In a play on the name, FUNL offered free funnel cakes at the show.  Very cool idea!  Guerrilla marketing at its finest.  Both Hayes and Herndon displayed true talent at Mercy Lounge.  Hayes talent was showcased beautifully through her latest single, “C’Mon.”  Hayes debuted “C’Mon,” just a few months ago.  For all the girls looking for a fun song to dance to be sure to checkout this track.  Shortly after Hayes ended her set, Ty Herndon took to the stage.  Herndon has three no. 1 hits credited to his name:  “Living In A Moment,” “It Must Be Love,” and “What Mattered Most.”  His latest album, Journey On, is one music lovers must pick up.  If I had to pick one favorite song of the evening, “Don’t Pass Me By,” resonated with me the most.  In this fast paced world, life seems to pass in the blink of an eye.  This song reminds us to take a moment and ‘smell the roses; in a sense.’  There is one more song I must mention from one of Herndon’s earlier releases, “A Man Holdin’ On (To A Woman Letting Go).”  All of Herndon’s songs have such deep personal connections.  Journey On, is one of those albums which will put a sense of meaning in your life after listening.

Wednesday night (October 20), was my first trip out to 3rd&Lindsley to see Watson & Nash perform.  If you remember from Monday, Watson & Nash got my pick for song of the week with “Runnin Blind.”  Watson & Nash is one band you should catch Live because their talent is greatly displayed on their album, but magnify that talent by ten and you have their live performance.  During their live performance the two just display such energy and passion for the music they perform.  Two of my favorite songs performed during the live show were “Tough People Do” and “Little Solider.”  Don’t worry if you missed this appearance.  Watson & Nash will be back at 3rd & Lindsley, a popular music spot in Nashville, on Thursday, November 11th at 6pm.  You don’t want to miss this show LIVE! For more information on Watson & Nash be sure to visit WatsonandNash.com.  Also, follow them on twitter for the most up to date information.

I want to hear from you now.  I love providing you with the latest concert reviews and my favorite lyrics, but now it is time for me to get feedback.  Do you know of any good shows I should checkout?  How about artists and songs?  Leave me a comment, I do respond.

Until next time bloggers, keep those ears entertained.

Musically,

Chelsea ♫

 

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