John Ray Clemmons for Mayor
Artists & Entrepreneurs Night
The Hardin Draw
2208 Elliston Place
Nashville, TN, 37203
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 6:30 PM
This event is 18 and over
Watch & Listen
The Hardin Draw
There are no rules. There is no ceiling. You can't define what we are and we want to keep it that way."- David Talley of The Hardin Draw
In 2011, The Hardin Draw began an excavation into the world of bluegrass, country and roots rock n roll. This six piece band has taken all these genres and placed them into a blender.
The result? Music. New, fresh and exciting music.
But they didn't stop there. Further layered into their music you will find elements of a number of genres, from classical to punk and everything in between, largely stemming from the varied musical backgrounds of the six members. These backgrounds mesh seamlessly into The Hardin Draw's poignant, lyrically driven songs. Each song, unique to itself, resonates deeply to the human experience and offers a light at the end of any tunnel.
After seeing The Hardin Draw perform, Morgan Jahnig of Old Crow Medicine Show took an interest in the band's sound and direction, eventually producing the band's debut album "Burn This Town" in 2013.
Since then the band has continued to tour and write, crafting new songs and developing a vision for a new record. In January of 2017 entered the studio in Nashville, TN with Jahnig once again behind the mixing board. The result was "Nothing Here Is Safe," the latest full-length offering from The Hardin Draw, which is slated for release in 2019.
Music City needs a mayor who will fight for local artists and entrepreneurs. Join music industry leaders and small business owners for a FREE concert and share your thoughts on the biggest challenges facing our city with Nashville mayoral candidate, John Ray Clemmons. If you care about the arts and small businesses, this is the event for you. RSVP today, and we hope to see you there!
This event is sponsored by EXIT/IN and will feature live music by Americana band, The Hardin Draw! The venue is 18+ and there will be a cash bar and light hors d'oeuvres.
Paid for by Clemmons for Mayor, Margaret Phillips, Treasurer.
lineups and times are subject to change. valid government-issued photo ID required for entry. no re-entry.