Six Degrees to Tennessee
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The legendary Roots Crew have become one of the best known and most respected hip-hop acts in the business, winning four GRAMMYS, named one of the greatest live bands around by Rolling Stone, and serve as the official house band on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Three-time GRAMMY-nominated pop, blues, and rock’n’roll singer Elle King has just released her new single “Shame,” the first offering from her forthcoming second studio album and follow up to her debut album Love Stuff.
Led by frontman/songwriter JJ Julius Son, Kaleo is a Grammy-nominated rock band from Iceland with a trio of hit singles, including Platinum-certified “Way Down We Go,” Gold-certified follow-up “All The Pretty Girls”, and Grammy-nominated “No Good”.
Dustin Lynch has been cranking out hits since releasing his debut self-titled album in 2012.
Estelle is a Grammy Award Winning singer, songwriter, and rapper known for using an eclectic mix of R&B, soul, reggae, and hip hop in her music.
These music legends have had one of the longest and most influential careers spanning doo-wop, rock, soul, and gospel.
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The Legendary Roots Crew + Special Guests
Tracing their musical influences back to Tennessee.
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Located on Memphis’ historic Beale Street, the Blues literally grew up on New Daisy’s sidewalk. New Daisy was built in 1942 and served as a movie theatre until the 1980s when it was renovated into a concert venue. In 1997, Bob Dylan used New Daisy as a private rehearsal space during which he filmed two music videos for songs off his Grammy Award-Winning album, Time Out of Mind. New Daisy’s location, history, and intimate 1,000-person capacity have made it one of the preeminent live venues in the U.S.
To Kick Off Tennessee Music Pathways
As the home to seven genres of music, Tennessee is steeped in music history. The Tennessee Music Pathways is a curated list of sites across the state that are tied to some of the most important moments music has ever seen. Without the things that happened here, your favorite artists would likely sound very different.