a message from jenny
these are unprecedented times. YOU'VE HEARD IT A HUNDRED TIMES BY NOW AND FRANKLY, YOU DON'T NEED ME OR ANYONE ELSE TO TELL YOU. it's hard to know where to begin, because it seems like we've been been hit over and over. THE TORNADOES DEVASTATED US, AND WHILE WE ARE STILL PUNCHDRUNK, REELING FROM THE DESTRUCTION, COVID-19, SWOOPED IN WITH A VENGEANCE. covid has affected all of us IN A WAY FOR WHICH WE HAVE NO CONTEXT. we're all still trying to figure out what life is going to look like now that things are changing. since the STORMS, things never really felt like they stopped, while at the same time, feeling stopped in their tracks. i don't know what the future is going to hold, but i'm going to try and keep sharing the things i love with you all for as long as i can. i hope to be a resource and a platform to help inspire and celebrate and move forward in this BIZARRE new world.
Keep sending your music, links to your livestreams, takeout menus, socially distant services ANd whatever else you've got and i'll KEEP spreading the word. please be patient with me as i try to figure it all out. i assure you, i'm still seeing your emails and messages, so please don't stop sending them. in the meantime
WEAR YOUR MASK. WASH YOUR HANDS. TAKE CARE OF EACH OTHER AND TRY TO HAVE ENOUGH TOLERANCE FOR TWO.
We've been inspired to no end by the youth of nashville, especially in a time when they are having to navigate a global pandemic and still be kids. we are happy to celebrate and support these young revolutionaries as they lead us into a future of equality and justice. check them out below and fight for your rights.
teens For Equality
teens For Equality
with over 30k followers on instagram, teens for equality is a powerhouse group of young women made up of zee thomas, 15; Jade fuller, 15; Nya collins, 16; kennedy green, 14 and rose smith, 15- who were galvanized by the murder of george floyd, a 46 year old black man, at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer. Thomas reportedly found herself wondering why nashville wasn't doing what so many other cities were doing in response- taking to the streets. harnessing the power of twitter, the girls united with a common goal- to organize a peaceful protest. the girls manages to bring tens of thousands of people to the city to march in support of the black lives matter movement in response to police brutality. READ MORE ABOUT THEM HERE.
OUR FAVORITE PLAYLISTS FROM THE COOLEST CURATORS IN TOWN.
darlings of the music city underground // curated by Jameson Savage of blackpool mecca
nashville rocks // curated by city silos
nashville on the rise // curated by innovo management
underground music city // curated by gerard t. Longo
The Sound of indie nashville // curated by spotify
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