Artists from all genres of music joined Rolling Stone Country and Ram for the third annual ‘Live Nashville’ party on Tuesday night. Grammy-winning hard-rock band Halestorm, Americana guitarslinger Aaron Lee Tasjan, soul singer Sarah Potenza and a slew of country artists all descended upon Marathon Music Works near the city’s historic Fisk University. Brothers Osborne headlined, along with special guests Brent Cobb and Lucie Silvas.
Brent Cobb, backed by his crack band, including guitarist Mike Harris, performed songs off his debut album ‘Shine on Rainy Day’ and the funky new jam “Ain’t a Road Too Long.”
The line for the third annual Rolling Stone Country Live Nashville party wove around the block.
Halestorm’s Joe Hottinger and Lzzy Hale represented Nashville’s rock & roll community at the party.
A headlining set by Brothers Osborne packed the venue with both industry guests and a select group of fans.
“Used To” singer-songwriter Bailey Bryan, one of Rolling Stone Country’s artists you need to know, made a stylish appearance.
Brothers Osborne opened their headlining set with the new song “Shoot Me Straight.”
Sarah Potenza assembled a gang of rising talent, including singer-songwriters Aaron Lee Tasjan and Christian Lopez, for a group photo.
Jeff Summers, Head of Advertising, Ram Trucks, poses with Brothers Osborne and Lucie Silvas.
Singer-songwriter Lucie Silvas showed off her pristine voice with a heavens-reaching performance of songs off her LP ‘Letters to Ghosts.’
A Ram Rebel model pickup truck anchored a corner of the concert hall.
Brent Cobb brought his Georgia drawl to the stage and also showed off his way with a lyric.
Nashville locals and industry mavens rocked out to the powerhouse performances.
The duo of Jennifer Fielder and Trey Smith, known collectively as Smithfield, pose before entering the Live Nashville event.
Lucie Silvas joined Brothers Osborne onstage for a family performance: the singer-songwriter is married to guitarist John Osborne.
Photographer Jeremy Polzel captured a sizable slice of the crowd from an aerial perch in the rear of Marathon Music Works.