Gatlin, Jay + Shields
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Bre Kennedy is an indie-pop/singer-songwriter from Nashville, TN known for her commanding vocals and completely riveting live performances. With the release of her buzz-worthy debut independent EP “Jealous Of Birds”, Bre Kennedy has become a well-known name of New Nashville. Her innate ability to connect with her audience and silence a room is what makes Kennedy’s music so healing and engaging to those who watch her. Kennedy landed herself on Spotify’s New Music Friday USA, Finland & Sweden and has opened for acts like Sheryl Crow, Birdtalker, Gary Clark Jr., Michael Franti, and Phillip Phillips and has plans to release a record in 2020. With authentic songwriting that creates a genuine conversation between any new listener and herself, Kennedy is creating a narrative as a timeless voice in a new age of music.
Nashville based alt-indie artist Gatlin crafts daring musical moments of meaning and melody. She rides a motorbike and sings it how she sees it. Gatlin’s music brims with lyricism and storytelling. These songs bridge a vast internal world of feelings and thoughts with a rich external world of people and places - bringing listeners to the girl at their intersection, Gatlin. The various mountains and roadways of Gatlin’s influences and imagination collide in a spectral scene that evokes fellow troubadours Phoebe Bridgers and Maggie Rogers.
Gatlin’s first releases quickly earned a feature on TIDAL as the face of “Rising: Folk” as well as placement on Spotify’s “Fresh Folk” playlist. Atwood Magazine describes Gatlin as “a lyrically-potent, melodically-savvy artistry that has truly found her niche in the world”.
Upcoming releases promise more of the beautiful, honest, and profound sounds that culminate in the spirit of the spitfire herself, Gatlin.
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2208 Elliston Pl
Nashville, TN, 37203