hey i'm dnny. my whole life i've been both a musician and an athlete. now i do pop music and live in nashville. i hope my music resonates with you, whether that means at a deeper level or just something that makes you want to dance. hopefully you feel inspired to follow your dreams just like i am. if you’re reading this thank you so much for checking out my stuff and ily. tigp.

Growing up both a pop and hip-hop fan, Boston-based rapper Cam Meekins was perfectly positioned to follow in the footsteps of genre-blending rappers likes Asher Roth and Mac Miller, but he wasn't necessarily influenced by either. At the age of 15, a vacationing Meekins was involved in a jet-ski accident that required months of recovery, a time which the aspiring musician used to plan his debut. Partnering with producer Matty Trump, Meekins dropped his 1993 mixtape in 2011, while 2012 saw him release Faces, a mixtape that addressed any comparisons to the current crop of "frat" rappers. The Atlantic imprint Giant Records agreed that Cam was unique and signed the rapper that same year. In 2013 he made his debut for the label with the album Lamp City. Now, Cam is an Entrepreneur who has charted Billboard and iTunes.

Growing up in Nashville, pop singer-songwriter Kat Saul learned to play guitar and piano at age five and started writing her own songs at age 13. By the time she was in high school, she was participating in professional writing sessions and is now one of the most buzzed about young pop writer/performers in Music City.

Her single “Jericho,” received attention from Nashville Native Magazine calling it “a definite max out the volume sing along,” while PopDust hailed it “a hot track that embodies exactly the kind of buzz she is making in the songwriting community.”

"Unit 408" was named Nashville radio station Lighting 100’s DJ pick of the week & garnering praise from fans & press alike. FEMME RIOT writes, "One listen to “Unit 408” and you’ll be humming the song to yourself the rest of the day and be hooked on Kat’s musical style begging for more."

Her single "Nick Miller," landed on New Music Friday in 8 countries including the US. Based in its quirky 'New Girl' reference - it's an undeniable first-listen ear-worm.

Kat's debut EP came out on March 6th.

The Lebanese/American Pop/R&B artist, Joe Daccache currently resides in Nashville where he is simultaneously pursuing his musical career and attending Belmont University. Daccache was featured in the Urban Pop Showcase hosted by The Belmont Showcase Series this past October, and since then has performed all over Nashville.

His vocal and writing style is largely influenced by artists like H.E.R., Nick Jonas, The Weeknd, and Daniel Ceasar, which led to him receiving the John Lennon Scholarship Award in 2016. Daccache mixes elements of current pop music with sounds found in early 2000’s R&B.

$7.00 - $12.00


with special guest Travie McCoy, Cam Meekins and performances by Kat Saul & Joe Daccache

no refunds - no exceptions. lineups and times are subject to change. any ticket suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be canceled at the discretion of EXIT/IN and/or Ticketfly. valid government-issued photo ID required. tickets available at the door (if not sold out). no re-entry.

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