Nashville Masquerade "Certified"
2208 Elliston Place
Nashville, TN, 37203
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
When All Is Lost
When All Is Lost - Four rock and roll teenagers from Pineville, LA who've a catalog of original, edgy alt-rock songs influenced by bands like Kings of Leon, Moon Taxi and The Revivalists. With visceral sincerity in every hooky sing-a-long of their show-stopping performance, When All Is Lost captivates audiences across the spectrum, giving everyone a part in the magic.
Good whiskey, good music, and Rock N Roll.
Over the last few years the genre of rock has been pulled in so many different directions, leaving timeless vocal melodies and guitars to become far and few between. Wayland naturally possesses these qualities and more. Formed in 2010, The band was soon signed to Kiefer Sutherland's Iron Works Records by hit singer/ song writer/ producer Jude Cole. Managed by Jesse James Dupree, Wayland released their first single "Welcome To My Head" which experienced high ranking on Mainstream and Active Rock charts. The follow up charting single "Reno" began to showcase Wayland's diverse influences, from huge vocal harmony reminiscent of classic rock icons like Journey and Queen, and thick crunchy guitar riffs and pounding drums leaning on the hard rock side of the spectrum. With the release of 2014's "Get A Little" the band's music video for the song went viral online bringing in massive social media and YouTube numbers, causing the song to hit #6 on ITunes Rock charts. 2016 brought the Active Rock radio hit single "Bloody Sunrise" taking the band into almost 5 straight years of non-stop touring, boasting 250+ shows a year. There's no signs of Wayland slowing down any time soon. Their new album "Rinse & Repeat" is out now with the first single, Through The Fire, reaching into the 20s on Billboard Mainstream Rock.
True Villains is a no-nonsense rock 'n' roll band that was formed in Nashville, TN by guitarist Tim Venerosa and drummer Matt Carter. After several lineup changes, True Villains found their perfect cocktail of members after adding lead vocalist Beau Lastavich and bassist Barry Conaway to the lineup in the beginning of 2017. Tim, Matt, and Barry have been full-time sidemen for several years, but they needed to play music that brought them back to the reason they picked up an instrument in the first place. The result is True Villains, a high energy band that is reminiscent of the days when rock 'n' roll reigned supreme. True Villains are quickly making a name for themselves in the Nashville music scene due to their live show's raw, undeniable energy. The band is working everyday to bring rock 'n' roll back to the masses.