Tune in Thursday | May 4th, 2023
We are back with our Tune in Thursday playlist. Check out the full tracks and reviews below!
Alicia Michilli | “All Mine”
Check out Alicia Michilli‘s latest release “All Mine” – a beautifully crafted bluesy track that showcases her stunning vocals. The instrumentals perfectly complement her voice, making for a truly mesmerizing listening experience. It’s no surprise that she’s become a fan-favorite, as her unique sound is something that music lovers can’t get enough of. Don’t miss out on this masterpiece – add “All Mine” to your playlist today!
Shockley x Charlotte Sands | “These Days”
Shockley began his career in the pop singer-songwriter world, but he has since found his way back to his roots. With upcoming projects that pay homage to his musical icons, Shockley stays true to his unique style. Collaborating with some of his favorite artists in Nashville, he is helping to redefine the sound of the city. His latest collaboration with singer/songwriter, Charlotte Sands, “These Days,” is a high-energy track that showcases the powerful voices of both artists. This anthem is sure to get you pumped up and singing along. Be sure to add “These Days” to your playlist and experience the magic for yourself.
Drew Now | “Pornographic”
Drew Now spent her childhood on a farm in northern Ontario, where her passion for songwriting began with the music she heard at church and from her sisters’ CDs. As she matured, Drew’s unflinching perspective on life’s difficult questions became even more pronounced after experiencing personal loss. Her fearless and thought-provoking music speaks to the hidden fears and vulnerabilities that we all carry. Recently, she released “Pornographic,” a captivating track that showcases her powerful vocals and lyrical depth. This song is a relatable and soul-stirring piece of art that you don’t want to miss. Be sure to add it to your playlist.
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Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town, he moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.