Zero To 60 Winter Expo and Holiday Party Recap

Twice a year we like to gather together with our artists and our industry friends to celebrate the accomplishments of these incredible musicians and give everybody a preview of what's to come.  

 
 
 Hannah and Alissa of The Daily Fare in "Down by the River"

Hannah and Alissa of The Daily Fare in "Down by the River"

The fall of 2017 in many ways was the Season of Americana here at Zero To 60. With releases from powerhouse folk duo The Daily Fare, the southern rock collective that is Flying Buffaloes, and country pop darling Krystan Bellows; our artists are representing every iteration of the often vaguely defined genre which has become part of the fabric of Music City. 

 

As anyone who lives in this town can tell you, there's a lot more to Nashville than Americana music. When it comes to the endlessly expanding list of genres and sub-genres of music, if you can name it you can probably find it here.

 Ross Livermore

Ross Livermore

Zero To 60 is no exception. From pop-rockers Carverton, pop-punk duo Radnor, and post-hardcore FOREVERANDNEVER, to the synth-pop of Jonie, the soul/blues of Ross Livermore and indie-pop songstress Elisabeth Beckwitt; if you can't define your sound without a hyphen, you'll fit in just fine around here. 

 
 

Only one month into the new year and we've already seen releases from "the ladies of Outlaw Country" Crimson Calamity, "Soulmericana" rocker Lottie, and Latin/Soul dynamo Catalina.  

 
 

Keep an eye out for more releases from the incredible new artists we've signed in the past couple of months like soon-to-be Pop icon Drew Schueler, Chicago's acoustic-rock songbird Laura Glyda, and many more.

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