Time & Location
Jun 16, 2023, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Nashville, 4340 Sidco Dr, Nashville, TN 37204, USA
About the Event
For just $10 at the door you can join us for a night of original music with Art & Soul Nashville member Candy Fernaux hosting a writer’s round Friday, June 16th.
Born and raised a farm girl from Nebraska, Candy's music is inspired by her journey from the hay bale to the hustle and bustle of city life. Her love for adventure, travel, and creativity shines through her sassy tunes, unique music merchandise and paintings, while her passion for empowering and inspiring others to chase their dreams adds a layer of depth to her work. Like her signature sassy attitude, Candy’s music is infused with catchy hooks and a fun-filled pop delivery that’ll keep you wanting more. Her voice is sweet and strong with the soulful sound of a story-telling country and western diva from days gone by.
Her latest single release “Diva Time” nods to 90’s country music with Candy’s spin on living life on your own time clock and no-one else's.
Candy’s second album “Make Your Own Magic” is now available on vinyl, (stay tuned for a vinyl launch party in September).
Jenna has a way of taking you right into heartbreak and hope on each note of her soulful, sexy melodies. Rootsy and passionate, Jenna Longmire brings her own blend of melodic blues to her songs. She is excited to share some new songs under her brand Sacred Roots Music. These songs about human longing and awakenings are influenced and inspired by ancestral work, the spiritual journey, and the Divine Feminine awakening on this planet. Her debut album Resistance was released in 2014 and she has released four singles since then. Her newest single, “Waking Up Now”, is about embracing the call of the Divine and living from the heart. Her voice has been called a “healing salve to the soul”. Jenna is a Tennessee native who has lived in AZ and VT, traveled and wandered, and currently resides in East Nashville where she has lived for 20 years.
Ryan is an Arizona native.....I am pretty sure my mother (an incredible singer in her own right) was playing music 24/7 while I was in the womb....I think I remember a lot of DISCO action....when I was born, she was ready to challenge me at "Name that tune".... to this day, we still battle who can get a song name faster. Yes, mom usually wins.
Other than that, I'm just like anybody else out there that feels like they're here on earth to make a difference with their lives. Music happens to be one way that I found I can do that.....I also feel that the people that are supposed to read this will and that somehow together we can all make a difference......